Other Forms of ChrysanthemumChrysanthemum Flower
Chrysanthemum is the from the Greek words "gold" and "flower." Scientifically, it is known as Chrysanthemum morifolium. The dried flower contains essential oils such as bornol, chrysantheonon, camphor, the alkaloid stachydrine, and several glycosides. Chrysanthemum is also a rich source of adenine, choline, and vitamin B.
Orally, Chrysanthemum has been used for fever, cold, headache, swelling, dizziness, hypertension, and angia. Chrysanthemum is also enjoyed as a tea.
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Cautions Chrysanthemum flowers may cause photosensitivity and contact dermatitis.