Paper Daisies are lean, mean ouchy-head-fighting machines; it can soothe headaches and prevent migraine attacks.
The Paper Daisy is a medicinal plant in traditional medicine, its crushed leaves can help heal wounds, and when turned into tea, it reduces stress and lends a hand in weight loss.
Known for its everlasting blossoms, Strawflower is also known as the Paper Daisy due to its dry crunchy texture.
Paper Daisy flowers have a multitude of hues. These blooms commonly come in warm tones like orange, purple, pink and ivory white.
These fancy florals have a subtle aroma with a herbaceous note.
Try these florets for an earthy, woody, hay-like taste with a smoky, bush flower blend.
How to use
Place 5 or 6 Paper Daisies in a pot of hot water. Let it brew for 5-7 minutes, then pour into your mug and partake of this pretty, calming cuppa.
How to Store
Put your flowers in an airtight, cool, dry, dark place strictly with no direct sunlight; less than 10°C.
When brewed in tea, these flowers are blooming great at mitigating migraines by relaxing brain arteries. Sixteen weeks of Paper Daisy tea treatment can reduce painful attacks. They’re also a diuretic that does good for kidney stones and expels excess water. In addition, Paper Daisies can minimise inflammation, improve blood purification, and their leaves have a laxative quality. Say ‘no’ to Paper Daisies if you’re pregnant, have stomach ulcers, gallbladder problems, allergies to parsley and chamomile or are scheduled for surgery.
Wholesale: 5 x 50g pack
Retail: 15g jar
Wholesale: 250g (5x50g Pack)
Retail: No MOQ
$15.95 – $186.00
These simple beauties open with sunrise and close with sunset and before storms. Use them to adorn dishes, in craft creations or infuse in tea for a woody sip.