Tangerine Peel Chrysanthemum Peppermint Tea


Do you sometimes or always experience stomach-heat?  Too much of fried, greasy or spicy foods especially during festive seasons will cause stomach-heatTangerine peel has antioxidants more than 20 times of Tangerine’s juice which is beneficial for neutralizing free radicals caused environmental factors like air pollution, air allergens, heavy metals & sun exposure, etc. Also, helps to improve colds & flu, digestion, morning sickness, motion sickness, stress & balance blood sugar, etc.  Added with other herbs: Chrysanthemum & Peppermint, this Tea infusion is specially created for these health concerns.


Serving size: 1 cup of 250ml.

Prep Time  : 5 mins

Cook Time : 15 mins

Total Time  : 20 mins


Benefits:  Helps to improve stomach-heat caused by fried, greasy & spicy foods.  Also, promote cardiovascular system, liver, lungs, stomach & spleen health, etc



(1) Dried Chrysanthemum – 5 nos (1 gram).

(2) Dried Peppermint –  3-5 leaves (0.6-1 gram).

(3) Dried or fresh Tangerine peel, 1 inch length – 10-15 thin strips (3-4.5 grams).

(4) Maltose or Honey – 1 teaspoon or as desired.

(5) Hot boiling water – 1 cup of 250ml.

* Daily recommended dosage: Dried Chrysanthemum not more than 30 grams; Dried Peppermint not more than 6 grams & Dried Tangerine Peel 3-6 grams.



(1) Rinse all ingredients with tap or distilled water & discard water. Then rinse again with hot water & discard water.

(2) Add washed ingredients together to 1 cup of hot boiling water, cover with a lid & steep for 10 to 15 minutes. After 15 minutes, remove lid then add Maltose or Honey, stir well & drink anytime.



(1) Suitable for everyone and especially those who have stomach-heat caused by fried, greasy & spicy foods.  For adults: take 1-3 cups daily & for children aged 5-12 years old: Take ½-1 cup once every 2-3 days.

(2) For those who have cold body system, anemia or low blood pressure, you can add either some red dates or goji berries.

(3) Moderate intake of Chrysanthemum for those who have skin allergic problems because Chrysanthemum may cause allergic skin reaction & sun sensitivity. Large oral doses have been associated with nausea, vomiting & anorexia.

(4) Chrysanthemum, Peppermint Leaves & Tangerine peel have not enough reliable information about the safety intake for pregnant or breastfeeding women, so if you are pregnant or breast feeding, do take in moderation.

(5) Peppermint Leaves may cause some side effects including heartburn and allergic reactions including flushing, headaches & mouth sores so if you experience such symptoms, do take in moderation.


Caution: To drink this tea infusion at an interval of ½ to 1 hours from medications.