I purchase every thing from representatives of the highest
quality products which are safe for human consumption.
I do thank you for your concern as it's best to be for warned
I've known others who didn't examine things before they used
them and their results weren't good, one died and the other didn't die but
they were never the same after that.
Please Be Well.
Shalom, Shalom, Yosef of Ok.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, October 29, 2009 9:19 PM
Subject: Re: [pfaf] ChrysanthemumTea same as Garden Mums?
> Chrysanthemum indicum (and Chrysanthemum x morifolium a garden/florists
> hybrid derived from Chrysanthemum indicum) both contain the toxic chemical
> Arteglasin, it is very common for florists to become allergic (dermatitis)
> to Chrysanthemums, and with continued exposure they can also become
> allergic to other plants from the same family, like yarrow and chamomile.
> Occasional teas made from the dried flowers are OK, most of the toxins are
> in the leaves.
> Check carefully before consuming any plant that is not known to be safe,
> and check carefully the identity of plants known to be safe before eating
> or drinking them. Some plants with poisonous parts are commonly eaten -
> make sure you have correctly identified the edible parts and that they
> have been correctly prepared to make them edible.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: volvelle2003@...
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Sent: 10/29/09 8:55 PM
> Subject: [pfaf] ChrysanthemumTea same as Garden Mums?
> Chrysanthemum Tea a popular beverage in East Asia made from Chrysanthemum
> morifolium or Chrysanthemum indicum. It is also used for various ailments
> in Traditional Chinese Medicine (as tea for flu, acne, fever reduction,
> increase alertness. Also as a compress for circulatory disorders like
> varicose veins, atherosclerosis. Although I didn't see any reference to
> "sinuses", after drinking this tea, I could breathe in a part of my
> sinuses (forehead, between eyes above nose) for the first time in years! I
> did have a headache for a short time. Possibly a Herxheimer reaction?)Are
> Chrysanthemum morifolium or Chrysanthemum indicum the same as Garden Mums?
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