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Metaphysical Properties of Chrysanthemum
Chrysanthemum is masculine in nature and resonates with the energy of the Sun and the element of fire.
Chrysanthemum has been used for burial rituals and is a suitable decoration for Samhain and for ancestral altars.
The dried flower heads of chrysanthemum can be burned during house blessing ceremonies.
Chrysanthemum for Healing
In Chinese medicine, chrysanthemum is called Ju Hua and is used in formulas to dispel heat.
An infusion of dried chrysanthemum petals has been used as a tea to lower high blood pressure brought on by stress and as an eyewash to relieve redness and pain from eyestrain. You can also place the whole flower over your eyelids for the same purpose or make a warm compress of the petals.
Chrysanthemum tea can also be used as an aid to a detox regimen and to help support the immune system in its fight against the common cold and other respiratory infections and fever. It is rich in antioxidants. It is also used to relieve insomnia due to stress or anger.
Chewing a few leaves per day is said to give relief from migraines.
The fragrant yellow chrysanthemums are favored for healing purposes.
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