Once, China was ruled by a cruel Emperor who was terrified of death. But one day he heard rumors of an unknown flower that can extend youth, but only a person with a good heart could pick this flower. Wishing to possess this precious plant, the Emperor gathered three hundred young men and women, put them on a ship and sent them to search. The ruler decided that one of them would be able to bring him a flower. But time passed, and no one came back. It turned out that the young people decided to stay on the island where the healing flowers were growing. The name of the flower was a chrysanthemum.
In China, chrysanthemum is perhaps one of the most popular additives to various types of teas, since the Chinese believe that this flower has a beneficial effect on the circulation of energy in the body. But in Japan, the decoctions of chrysanthemums are actively used for cosmetic purposes as a tonic for the skin. Regular use of a chrysanthemum infusion will help to control hormones, and it is especially important for women. The petals of chrysanthemum contain many useful substances, including magnesium, zinc, and potassium.