When in spring huge, velvety, phenomenally beautiful and fragrant flowers appear on leafless trees, the world suddenly becomes more beautiful. Few people know that magnolias are not only beautiful, in Chinese medicine they have been considered one of the most valuable medicinal plants for over 2,000 years.
Health Benefits: In natural medicine, buds of magnolia flowers are sometimes used to reduce pressure and inhibit platelet-activating factors. Their antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties are also well known. Magnolia blossom is one of the better herbal remedies widely used in the treatment of sinuses. It provides excellent support for people suffering from stress and insomnia. It has natural antiseptic properties, thanks to which it heals skin wounds, burns, rashes and helps reduce hemorrhoidal pain. Magnolia flower tea soothes cramps and soothes digestive problems.
Other use: Magnolia flowers are often a component of perfumes. You can find it also in bath bombs, candles, soap, confetti candles, insect spray, food, etc. It is also popular in the beauty industry.
How to make a Magnolia Flowers Tea?
Put 1 tablespoon of Magnolia flowers into 350 ml of hot water, cover and leave for 10 minutes. It tastes great both hot and cold, you can also enrich the drink with various natural additives, as well as add Magnolia Flowers, e.g. to white or green tea.