Sakura Tea

What is Sakura tea

Not only is sakura quite attractive, it can also be used for traditional brewing of sakura tea, by soaking and sousing petals of octet cherry without causing damage to flower fragrance and shape. Similar to chrysanthemum tea, the beautiful petals unfold in sakura tea brewed with boiled water.

Medical effects

Sakura tea has medical effects on maintaining beauty, keeping young and soothing liver and stomach. Sakuranetin contained in sakura tea can resist oxidization and aging, eliminate color spots and sunburn spots, clear away free radicals in body and increase skin elasticity. Besides, it can also well shrink enlarged pores and balance skin water and oil. It has excellent medical effects on relieving insomnia, dreaminess, palpitation, fluster, short of breath, weakness of limbs, soreness and weakness of waist and knees, vexation, irritability, mouth sore, ozostomia, dry mouth, chronic pharyngitis, chronic bronchitis and bleeding gum.


Not suitable for people suffering obstruction of vital energy circulation.