Hawthorn Flowers and Leaves
The Hawthorn plants are shrubs and trees native to Northern Europe and parts of Asia. Every part of the Hawthorn plant can be consumed including the stems, berries, leaves, and even the bark that has been used in ancient Greece as medicine.
The Hawthorn flowers and leaves can be used to make herbal tea, tincture, and more. The steeped Hawthorn flowers and leaves are described as giving off a slightly floral, bitter, almost sweet, and sour-like taste.
Botanical Name: Crataegus Monogyna
Also known as: May Blossom, Maybush, Whitethorn, Haw, 山楂花和叶子, नागफनी