Ox-Eye Daisy - Field Daisy, Wild Harvested Herbal Tea from the Appalachian Mountains

Ox-Eye Daisy - Field Daisy, Wild Harvested Herbal Tea from the Appalachian Mountains

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Ox-Eye Daisy

Chrysanthemum leucanthemum

Family: Asteraceae

Used in, infusions, lotions, salves, ointments, potpourri, bath sachets and Wedding Decor.

Our image shows our fresh picked flowers before being carefully dried for use. They are then sealed in a retail foil pouch for freshness.

 Very Fresh 2017 harvest!  Guaranteed fresh or your money back! We will also include a really cool, custom made, laminated index card that references your herb. It is yours FREE and a great way to reference your herbs.

Note: If used as an herbal tea it is suggested this is mixed with a less bitter herb. Ox-eye Daisy has great Herbal qualities, but again, can be very bitter.

Ox-eye Daisy is a less common Herb but has the same herbal qualities as many of our favorite herbs such as chamomile. It is usually used as part of an herbal mixture, mixing it in with other herbs or flowers for teas, sachets, potpourri and wedding decor. Potpourri mixes with Rose Petals and Daisies are a popular mix!

Native to Europe, Ox-eye Daisy is now widespread across the U.S and considered invasive in some areas. Regardless, we always look forward to this beautiful summer flower here in our Kentucky Fields!

All aerial parts of the plant are edible, the stalk, leaves and flowers. The flowers can be pickled for storage or dried for use as a spice in the kitchen or oils and lotions for cosmetics.

A creative wedding may find ox-eye Daisy on Tables or floating in decorative water bowls and fountains.

The information we share on this website is based on research from books, the internet, research papers, and personal experience with native plants. The information contained in this website should not be considered medical advice. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any illness or disease. For diagnosis or treatment consult your physician.

As with any food, allergic reactions can also occur with herbs. If you are pregnant or breast feeding do not use this herb. Speak with a medical professional if you have any concerns or adverse reactions.