Scented tea to help you relieve spring sleepiness

  Scented tea is a tea treasure that combines the beauty of tea and the fragrance of flowers. It is most suitable for drinking in spring, so there has long been a saying among the people that “spring is suitable for drinking flowers”.
  Traditional Chinese medicine believes that scented tea is sweet and cool, with a fragrant and pungent air, which is beneficial to dissipate the winter cold evil in the human body, promote the growth of yang energy in the body, refresh the mind, and dissipate spring sleepiness. The following introduces several scented teas that can help relieve spring sleepiness, and you can choose according to your own situation and preferences:
  Honey chrysanthemum tea
  Honey chrysanthemum tea has the effects of dispelling wind and heat, clearing the liver and improving eyesight. It clears the mind and eyesight, especially for dry eyes caused by excessive liver fire and excessive eye use.
  Brewing method: first brew 5-6 chrysanthemums with boiling water, wait for the water temperature to drop to 40°C-50°C, add appropriate amount of honey, and mix thoroughly. This tea is cool in nature, so it is not suitable for people with cold hands and feet, spleen deficiency and diarrhea.
  Ginseng and chrysanthemum tea
  Ginseng can regulate the nervous system, improve the body’s resistance, and effectively eliminate fatigue; the scent of chrysanthemums is fragrant, can dispel fire, calm the liver, and improve eyesight. The combination of the two will have a better effect on strengthening the brain and refreshing the mind.
  Soaking method: 4-5 dried chrysanthemum flower buds, 1.5-3 grams of ginseng, soak the two together in boiling water for 10-15 minutes.
  Mint Chrysanthemum Tea
  Chrysanthemum has the effect of clearing heat, detoxifying and relieving fatigue. Mint has the effect of soothing the liver, regulating qi, refreshing the brain and refreshing the mind. Drinking the two together can make the effect of relieving difficulties better.
  Brewing method: 6 grams of chrysanthemum and 9 grams of mint, put them together in a teacup, and brew in boiling water for 5 to 10 minutes. The mint in this tea has a sweating effect, so it is not suitable for those who are weak and sweaty.
  Lemon Lavender Flower Tea
  Lavender has the effects of nourishing, relieving stress, and eliminating fatigue. Lemon can diuretic, promote digestion and blood circulation, and relieve headaches. Drinking the two together is not only beneficial for strengthening the body, but also can boost the spirit and relieve spring sleepiness.
  Soaking method: 5-6 dried lavender flower buds and a few slices of lemon, put them together in a teacup, add boiling water and soak for 5-10 minutes. If you use lemon juice instead of lemon slices, you can make tea with dried lavender flower buds first, and add it after it cools down.
  Jasmine tea
  Jasmine tea is the first choice for drinking tea in spring. It can not only refresh the mind, relieve depression and eliminate spring sleepiness, but also regulate the stomach and beautify the skin.
  Brewing method: Put some jasmine flowers (about 5 grams) into a transparent glass, brew with slightly cool boiling water (about 90°C) (80% full), then cover it to prevent the aroma from losing, drink it after about 10 minutes . This tea contains polyphenols, which have a certain astringent effect, so people with constipation should not drink it.

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