Living in our modern complex world, stress is a factor that affects everyone, at one time or another. One great way to ease through it is to relax with a cup of our Anti-Stress/Anxiety Tea, either to start our day or to enjoy at the end of a long day. It has sweet fragrant from the Gan Cao (Licorice Root) combined with Bo He (peppermint) infused tea, leaves us feeling refreshed and uplifted as channels are opened and exterior released. The combination of Fo Shou (Finger Citron Fruit) and He Huan Hua (Mimosa Flower-Happy Flower in Chinese) helps boost our moods and keep our souls calm. These two herbs help to warm up the interior and break up stagnations caused by stress. Ju Hua (Chrysanthemum Flowers) enhances the flavors and adds balance to this perfect relaxing formula.
Balance is key in TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) principles, to lead a healthy life. Our Reset/Health Tea balances the organs by clearing fire toxins and breaking stagnations. Xia Ku Cao (Selfheal Spike) and Jue Ming Zi (Cassia Seed) lower hypertension and cholesterol, while Shan Zha (Hawthorn Berry) promotes digestion and breaks up stagnations. The sweet scent of the Gou Qi Zi (Chinese Wolfberry) brightens the palate and nourishes the Liver and the Kidneys. This perfect blend of herbs with Ju Hua (Chrysanthemums) produces a charming aroma, resets the body and organ systems.
Did you know that 5 out of 6 of the herbs in our Skin/Detox tea is actually used in formulas to prevent or treat the Coronavirus? Besides benefitting the skin, these herbs have the following functions: Ge Gen (Kudzu Root) is used to relieve headaches, muscle tension and pains, clears heat, reduces fever, and generates fluids. Pu Gong Yin (Dandelion) is often used as an antiviral or antibiotics as it can clear toxic heat, great to treat any abscess. Lu Gen (Reed Rhizome) helps generate fluids to alleviate fevers, dry mouth, dry cough with thick sputum and lung abscesses. It also helps to calm nausea and vomiting. Xing Ren (Apricot Kernel) can help to stop cough, calm wheezing whether from hot, cold, or dry coughs. It can also moisten intestines to alleviate dry constipation. Jin Yin Hua (Honeysuckle Flower) is one of the most powerful antiviral and antibiotics used for clearing toxic heat to treat any febrile diseases.
It’s winter and the weather is cold in most places. Many of us find the need to turn on the heat to stay warm. This may be a cause of dry skin. Our Skin Detox Tea has a soothing taste with a hint of almond from the Xing Ren (Apricot Kernel), which has been used for centuries for beautifying the skin as it moistens the organ system as a way of detox. We tend to eat more warming foods in the wintertime, which may lead to a build-up of internal heat toxins. They often manifest as blemishes, red bumps, or even toxic boils. The Ge Gen (Kudzu root) and Pu Gong Yin (Dandelion), both gentle in flavors, serve as powerful detox herbs in this formula. Tu Fu Ling (Smooth Greenbrier Rhizome) creates a mellow flavor like barley soup, combined with Jin Yin Hua for a Honeysuckle finish. This potent, yet mild formula will yield glowing skin with regular use.
Do you ever get insomnia and have a hard time falling asleep? Maybe it's because you've over worked or just too much on your mind. Quality sleep will allow our organ system to restore at night and yield a healthy mind and body. Our Sleep/Rest Tea allows our minds to calm so we can have better rest. The Long Yan Rou (Longan fruit) is sweet and nourishes the heart and boosts blood to calm the mind. Both the Lian Zi (Lotus Seed) and Deng Xin Cao (Rush Pith) are neutral in taste, but are strong at clearing away Heart Heat to prevent insomnia and relieve restlessness. Suan Zao Ren (Sour Jujube Seed) slight sour in taste, and Mai Men Dong (Ophiopogon Tuber) both nourishes the heart and tonifies Yin. Fragrant Mei Gui Hua (Chinese Rose Buds) enhance calming effects by regulating moods and has a pleasant floral after taste.
Have you gained a few pounds over the past few months or just been eating not the healthiest foods? Healthy digestion helps to ensure nutrients are absorbed so we can deliver our best daily performance. The Shan Zha (Hawthorn Berry) in our Weight/Cleanse Tea will help promote digestion and regulate metabolism, best for after a heavy meal or just to help with slimming. Huo Xiang (Patchouli) and Pei Lan (Eupatorium) both produce gentle flavors that aid digestion and alleviate bloating or abdominal distention. Fu Ling (Poria Fungus) helps to transform dampness from excess consumption of heavy meals with thick sauces or diary products. He Ye (Lotus Leaf) boosts the Spleen, strengthens the digestion, and clears toxic heat. Lemon Peel adds a nice spike in balancing the flavors.