Traditional Chinese Medicine
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Chinese herbs and Traditional Chinese Medicines have been used for thousands of years to assist in feeling better, more sexual vital and live longer. Chinese herbs have been used for treating various illness and restoring the normal body functions for hundreds of years, and have proved their effectiveness. The real reason why Chinese Herbs are gaining a positive reputation is the low risk of adverse reaction or side effects, especially when compared to pharmaceutical drugs.
Bulk Teas? Black Tea? Green Tea? Oolong Tea? Herbal Tea? Medicinal Tea?
When the word tea is mention what comes to mind? Black Tea? Green Tea? Oolong Tea? Herbal Tea? Medicinal Tea? All green, black and oolong teas come from Camellia sinensis, an evergreen shrub. The kind of tea produced is defined by the method in which the leaves are processed. Green tea is the first tender leaves of spring that are picked, partially dried, rolled, steamed, crushed and dried again with hot air. Oolong tea leaves have been allowed to semi ferment for an hour. Black teas are slightly dried, rolled on tile and fermented for 3 hours to strengthen the bouquet and flavor, yet reduce the bitterness. Names like oolong, black or jasmine tea refer to how the tea was processed. Names such as Assam, Darjeeling, or Ceylon refer to the country or region when the tea was grown. Names such as pekoe, orange pekoe refer to the leaf size.
Tea is enjoyed by people all over the world. Whether the it is green tea, that is brewed perfectly before the taste of the tea turns bitter, or the rich aroma of the black tea that has been steeped to the precise color of golden brown to insure that the taste is superior, and luxurious. Herbals teas
are renown for their medicinal properties as well as their fragrance.
Tea is versatile and the taste can be changed simply through brewing times, or better yet by adding milk, honey, or a slice of lemon peel to the tea.
Below are some of our most requested teas.
- Ginger tea - may help with digestion, relieve nausea and vomiting, and have anti-inflammatory effects
- Echinacea tea - may boost the immune system and help prevent colds
- Chamomile tea - may promote relaxation, improve sleep, and relieve anxiety and stress
- Turmeric tea - may have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects
- Peppermint tea - may aid in digestion and relieve symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
- Green tea - may have anti-cancer properties, help with weight loss, and improve heart health
- Lemon balm tea - may improve sleep, reduce anxiety, and improve cognitive function
- Hibiscus tea - may lower blood pressure and improve heart health
- Dandelion tea - may support liver health, aid in digestion, and act as a natural diuretic
- Red raspberry leaf tea - may relieve menstrual cramps, improve fertility, and have a soothing effect on the uterus
- Licorice tea - may help with digestive issues and have anti-inflammatory effects
- Rose hip tea - may boost the immune system and have anti-inflammatory effects
- Black tea - may improve heart health, lower blood pressure, and reduce the risk of stroke
- Ginkgo biloba tea - may improve cognitive function and memory
- Ashwagandha tea - may reduce stress and anxiety, improve brain function, and lower blood sugar levels
- Passionflower tea - may relieve anxiety and insomnia
- Cinnamon tea - may help regulate blood sugar levels, improve heart health, and have anti-inflammatory effects
- Lavender tea - may promote relaxation, improve sleep, and reduce anxiety
- Milk thistle tea - may support liver health and detoxification
- Saw palmetto tea - may relieve symptoms of an enlarged prostate and improve urinary health.
It's important to note that while herbal teas can have health benefits, they may also interact with medications and have side effects. It's always best to consult a healthcare professional before using herbal teas for medicinal purposes.