Rose flower tea is delicious and has lots of benefits such as supporting your digestion, improving the skin, and helping you to de-stress after a busy working day. As it’s caffeine free and near zero in calories, it’s suitable for any time of the day. See the video below showing how you can easily prepare a… Continue reading 2 Chinese Dried Rose Tea Recipes: Low Calories & Lots of Benefits
What is Jiaogulan tea, and how can it benefit or hurt your health. Here are the facts.
Ginkgo Biloba is one of the world’s oldest surviving tree species and has been used for thousands of years by traditional Chinese medicine practitioners as a healing herb to improve blood circulation. In the West, the tea is widely used to enhance memory and concentration. What is Gingko Biloba? Ginkgo Biloba is one of the… Continue reading Ginkgo Biloba Tea Health Benefits And Side Effects
Due to a recent publication regarding honeysuckle tea’s effect against flu, we have received many emails from customers asking us whether honeysuckle tea can be consumed during pregnancy. For this blog post we have consulted different Chinese medicine doctors to make sure we give a responsible answer. What Chinese Medicine Doctors Say Here’s a few… Continue reading Honeysuckle Tea & Pregnancy
Honeysuckle tea has been consumed in China for centuries for it’s effects against flu. Recently scientist from Nanjing university has confirmed through research this is not only a tradition. The Telegraph reports that: Trials showed that it could be effective against several variants of flu which have caused major public health scares in recent years,… Continue reading Honeysuckle Tea Act As ‘Virological Penicillin” Against Flu
When it comes to Honeysuckle herbal tea, the list of health benefits is long, but the main benefit is that it can fight inflammation which is the of many health challenges such as Acne. See the video and learn how easily it can be steeped with a teapot infuser.
Honeysuckle is slightly bitter with a fresh aftertaste that lasts for minutes in your mouth.
What is Kuding (also known as Kuding Cha)? It’s officially not a tea but a herb that is different from the tea plant (camellia sinensis). ‘Ku’ means ‘bitter’ in Mandarin Chinese and ‘Ding’ means ‘needle’. This herbal drink has been part of the Chinese diet in Southern China for 2000 years. It’s popular in China,… Continue reading Medical Evidence for the Health Benefits of Kuding Tea (Kuding Cha)