Daisies are flowers of light - their petals open at sunrise and close when dusk falls. Although they look quite inconspicuous, they contain many valuable substances. Daisy flowers and leaves have a delicate nutty flavor. They can be successfully used in the spring kitchen.
Health benefits: Infusions of flowers improve the removal of harmful metabolism products from the body and thus effectively improve liver function. Daisy also helps protect joints. The infusion cleanses the blood of uric acid. The anti-inflammatory and slightly diuretic properties of daisy flowers are very helpful in treating kidney disorders. Drinking the infusion is also recommended for inflammation of the urinary system or bladder problems. Daisy flower tea, thanks to the high content of saponins, mucus, tannins and flavonoids, is very useful in the treatment of diseases of the upper respiratory tract - it is expectorant, astringent and anti-inflammatory. It also has weak antipyretic properties. Drinking infusion brings relief during colds, coughs, runny nose and accelerates recovery. They contribute to the treatment of skin diseases, inflammations, pimples, acne, and accelerate wound healing.
Other use: The daisy flowers can be used in the bath as soap and often used for their decorative element in crafts such as candles, and potpourri.
How to make Daisy Flower Tea?
Put 2 tablespoons of Daisy Flowers into 250 ml of hot water, cover and leave for 15-20 minutes. Put a bit of honey and you’re ready to enjoy your beautiful, delicious, yet healthy treat! We also recommend adding Daisy Flower to other teas: black, green or red. It will certainly bring out unique flavor compositions.
How to make puffiness reducing eye pads?
Prepare the infusion mentioned above and soak your cotton pads with it. Keep it on your eyes for 5-10 minutes and enjoy a fresh look.