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Chrysanthemum Mulberry Tea

Whenever the sniffles start or a cough looms, I reach for a remedy steeped in both history and personal significance: my grandma’s Chrysanthemum Mulberry Tea. This isn’t just any brew; it’s a recipe that’s been passed down through generations, a familial hug in a mug that’s comforted me since childhood.

Recently, when COVID-19 knocked on my door for a second time, this tea was my solace, providing a gentle boost to my days of recovery. Each sip felt like a step closer to health, a testament to my grandma’s wisdom.

Diving into the heart of this cherished concoction, it’s about more than just its soothing flavors. The chrysanthemums and mulberry leaves form a powerhouse duo, known for their health-giving properties that are especially welcome during illness. Toss in a scattering of wolfberries for an antioxidant lift, and you have a tea that’s a balm for both body and spirit.

Whether you’re battling a cold or simply in need of a calming pause, brewing this tea is like wrapping yourself in a warm embrace, reminding us that sometimes, the simplest remedies are our greatest allies.



(Serve 2)

  • Water, 1L

  • Chrysanthemums, 6g

  • Mulberry Leaves, 6g

  • Wolfberries / Goji Berries, 3g



  • Sauce Pot



  1. In a sauce pot over medium heat, add water, chrysanthemums and mulberry leaves.

  2. Bring it up to simmer.

  3. Continue cooking for 5 to 10 mins.

  4. Add in the wolfberries, cover and steep for 5 to 10 mins.

  5. Strain into serving cups.

  6. Serve immediately or chilled.

  7. Cheers!



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