Orange Blossom Tea - Citrus aurantium L.

Orange Blossom Tea (Citrus aurantium L.)


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Orange Blossom Tea

Discover our Orange Blossom Tea with calming, antioxidant and digestive properties. Enjoy the floral and citrus scent of Orange Blossoms in a single cup of tea. Try it and tell us what most attracted you to this tea.

Ingredients: 100% Orange Blossoms (Citrus aurantium).

Colour: Light yellow

Aroma: Floral

Flavour: Citrus


Orange tree — The orange tree is a medium-sized, round-shaped citrus tree from the Rutaceae family. According to scientific records, the first orange trees appeared more than 7000 years ago, probably originating from India, China or Vietnam. It would have been around the 10th century that China began the first exploitation for medicinal purposes. It is common to use flowers, leaves and orange peels to prepare an infusion, culinary dishes, and as a natural repellent. In some countries, the orange represents a luxury fruit for consumption by the elites. In Asia, the orange tree is one of the most popular citrus trees for garden decoration. Asians admire orange trees because they are pure and aromatic natural elements.

Generally, the sweet aroma of orange blossoms attracts many insects, including bees. The extracted pollen promotes the natural production of high-quality honey. An orange tree can live up to 60 years, although there are trees over 90. It is believed that the extension of age is due to the conditions to which the orange tree is exposed. The only parts of the orange tree that can be consumed are the leaves, flowers and fruits. Worldwide, the United States and China are two of the largest producers of oranges. In Portugal, more than 200 thousand tons of oranges are produced, annually.

Therapeutic indications: anxiety, mild depression, stomach pains, insomnia, nervous tension, menstrual pain and cough.

Water temperature: 100º

Infusion time: 5 to 7 minutes.

Recommended quantity: 1 spoon of orange blossoms per cup (250 ml). For 1 L of tea, you should put two tablespoons. Daily consumption of 3 to 5 cups of tea, during the afternoon and before sleep.

Preparation: Place 2 tablespoons of orange blossoms in 1 L of boiled water. Then cover it and let it infuse for 5 to 7 minutes. Finally, strain it, and let it cool down a bit. You can consume it immediately. If you want to strengthen the properties of this medicinal tea, you can add lemon peels, honey or cinnamon.

Store in a dry (max. 20º) and cool (max. 60% humidity) place.

NOTE: The images presented were made in our company, however, the type of cut and dimensions of the plant may vary from supply to supply or time of year.

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These are the best orange blossoms I have ever purchased- intact, fragrant, and fresh! I am in the United States, so the shipping is a bit of a hit, but their service and shipping speed is second to none. I am so happy that I found Chas do Mundo!

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