Ox Eye Daisy Infusion

Wild Irish Ox Eye Daisy

Have you noticed the blooming beautiful, long white flowers at the Irish Wild Flora fields? If you have seen it, go and pick up the flowers now. It may be Chamomile or Ox Eye Daisy which is very beneficial to your Body and Mind. They look very similar except for the leaves and smell.

Many evidence shows us the benefits that come from drinking these Daisy family flower plants. 

It is said that Chamomile,,tea” treats diabetes and lowers the blood sugar, reduces inflammation and infections in the body, reduces menstrual pain, prevents and treats osteoporosis, improves and ease the digestive system, calms down the nerves relieving stress, promoting the general relaxation.

,, Ox Eye Daisy, plant, and especially the flowers, used as a medicinal herb is antispasmodic, antitussive, diaphoretic, diuretic, emmenagogue, tonic, nervine and vulnerary. Constituents include Essential oils, Tannin, Saponins, Mucilag, Bitter Principle and Flavones. It has much of the same properties of Chamomile. “

Why not to drink them? 

You can use the fresh flowers to your infusion drink or dry them in a dry place out of the sun and store them in a glass jar for later.

Use 4-6 flowers per cup. Pour over the warm but not boiling water and steam under the lid for 10-15 minutes.

Wild Irish Ox Eye Daisy

You can use the fresh flowers to your infusion drink or dry them in a dry place out of the sun and store them in a glass jar for later.

Use 4-6 flowers per cup. Pour over the warm but not boiling water and steam under the lid for 10-15 minutes.

Enjoy

Chamomile flowers left to dry

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