The name “chrysanthemum” comes from the Greek words, “gold and flower.” It was stated it was cultivated in China as early as 1500 B.C. and was unknown to western cultures.
Yet once it gained recognition and had been studied, it has since been used to help with weight loss, antiaging and increased blood flow.
In Chinese medicine, it is still used to treat eye issues, inflammation, and poor circulation.
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