Chrysanthemum White Tea

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Calming and centering, an artful blend Chrysanthemum Flowers and White Peony Tea clears your mind and spirit. Big golden Chrysanthemum Flowers are used in China to easy worry and to treat headaches.

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Giving this an opportunity to prove its calming and anxiety busting properties. Flavor is growing on me. Sort of like a sharper and sterner version of chamomile.

I am a hairball of anxiety this evening. Cancer found in my mom’s routine x-ray; moving into lungs and liver. Looks like an additional round of bureaucratic warfare is looming to prove that we paid to have our post-tornado ruins privately bulldozed and that we don’t owe the city for (not) doing it. Just when I think we can finally put all that behind us…

My mom (82) is facing the news wonderfully: “I know how it ends,” she says. My God has promised to provide for my needs and I believe that includes whatever it takes to slog through another tornado-related worry. Now if I could just get the Not Knowing Monster to remove his fangs from the back of my neck…

If this is as calm-producing as purported, I may have to buy it and tulsi by the bushel for the months ahead.

(P.S. Speaking of needs provided for in wacky and wonderful ways…a neighborhood stray cat, black with a few streetwise scuff marks, wandered into my yard for a cuddle earlier this week and has extended his hangout. Climbed into my lap and did that paw-paw thing that lowered my blood pressure 10 points. I haven’t broken down and bought a bag of Fancy Feast yet, but a friendship may be developing.)


Blessings to you all.


Wishing the best for you. Kitty cuddles and tea are where it’s at.


I hope things improve.


Thanks, friends. Sometimes just whapping it all out on the keyboard lightens the load a little.

As far as which one de-acidifies the vinegar running through my veins, I think I’m still leaning toward tulsi as the better de-stress potion.


I second the wise words of OMGsrsly. Hope all improves, soon.

Rachel J

Hang in there! Sounds like plenty of reason to feel stressed. I think the kitty is a sign. I hope you invite him/her to be part of your family. :)


Sorry things are so tough. Peace be still.

As for the cat – you don’t own a cat. they own you. If this one decides to move in, its because it knows good people. Take it as a compliment and a gift.

We once had a cat that I got from the pound. One evening he scratched at the back door. When my wife opened it to let him in, she found he had brought home a young kitten. He brought it in and told us in no uncertain terms he was keeping it. We did not have a choice. George and Shadow were close family for a very long time.


Oh, and feel free to pound away at the keyboard as needed.
you are among friends who would help if they could.


“I know how it ends” isn’t morbid, but of great comfort to your mother and a comfort to you. My mom wasn’t afraid and neither am I for the same reason. Your heart though is sad and heavy, and as KS said, we’re here for you. Steepster isn’t just about tea. We’re a community. God be with you and your mother.


I’m so sorry to hear about all this. I hope everything goes as well as it possibly can.


I’m so sorry to hear that. Kitty and tulsi will help, and certainly the keyboard venting. We’re here for you xx


You and your mom will be in my prayers… Agree with KS on the kitty situation :-) They do choose you and it is usually for the best! Glad it’s there to bring you a little comfort…

Donna A

I share the sentiments of Bonnie and Tea Sipper.


Warm Tea Wishes. i’m thinking of you.

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411 tasting notes

I’m having quite the day (in one of those eye-rolling icky ways) today, so I picked this out because of it’s proposed “worry reducing” properties. It’s a very interesting flavor – the chrysanthemum is almost bitter but not unpleasant at all. It does cover most of the white tea flavor, but you can taste hints of it around the edges.

However, whether it’s psychosomatic or because the day has gotten less crappy, I am a little less stressed. So interesting flavor + less stress = me drinking this tea more.

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