Chrysanthemum morifolium flower (Common Garden Chrysanthemum Flower) is cultivated in China for more than 3,000 years, you could say this herb has some deep history. The Common Garden Chrysanthemum (also known as Chrysanthemum morifolium or Ju Hua), “Mums” are used all around the world as ornamental plants and are found in a variety of colors. These beauties started wild in Taiwan, China, Japan, and India before travelers spread them across the globe. In fact, mums have even been identified by NASA to even lessen air pollution! Chrysanthemum tea is a common drink in Asia, Europe, and in the United States showing hints of increasing alertness and supporting the immune system. We dry the whole flower which provides cooling and soothing properties when added to our formulas.