Manzanilla Tea

Manzanilla is the Spanish word for chamomile, so manzanilla tea is also called Chamomile tea, which is an herbal tea famous for its medicinal benefits, such as relieving anxiety,improving sleep,calming stomach upset,reducing muscle spasms or flatulence,but not all benefits are supported by scientific studies.

Chamomile Tea

Chamomile tea is brewed with chamomile as raw material, smells a faint fragrance and has many healthcare effects. Chamomile contains a lot of methylmetatyrosine, methacrylic acid and azulene, and has medical effects on relieving pain, resisting allergy, resisting melancholia, resisting rheumatism, resisting bacteria, calming down and nourishing spleen and stomach.

Pekoe Tea

Pekoe tea from Lingyun County, originally called raw white tea as it is fully covered with pekoe on back, mainly grows in Old Cengwang Mountain and Qinglong Mountain shrouded by mist all year long. The advantaged natural environment makes it a rising star among all famous Chinese teas, featured in jade green color, numerous pekoe, mellow fragrance, strong taste and endurance. It was listed into the first batch of national high-quality tea varieties in 1984.

Marjoram Tea

Marjoram tea is brewed with plant marjoram, belonging to lamiaceae origanum family, also called origanum majorana and mrjorm. Marjoram originates in the Mediterranean coast, North America and other places, and mainly grow in France, Germany, Italy, Spain and other mild regions in Europe. Scented tea brewed with flowers and leaves of marjoram has medical effects on calming down and promoting digestion.

Onion Tea

Onion tea is a blended drink, which uses onions as base ingredient, brewed with hot water. The basic process is to first cut onions into small pieces, place them in hot water and immerse for several minutes, and filter them out from tea infusion. Onion tea has several medical effects, most of which are related to relieving common cold or flu symptoms.

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.

Hawthorn Tea

Hawthorn tea is a health-enhancing herbal tea, which contains various vitamins, maslinic acid, tartaric acid, citric acid, malic acid and flavonoid, lipin, saccharides, protein, fat, calcium, phosphorus, ferrum and other mineral substances. It has medical effects on promoting blood circulation to remove blood stasis, dilating coronary arteries, vasodilating, lowering blood fat and blood pressure and strengthening heart.

Marigold Tea

Orange-yellow sun-like marigold, also called asphodel, originates in South Europe and the Mediterranean coast. Ancient Egyptians believed that marigold can delay senescence, and Indians worship it as a sacred flower. In medieval ages, marigold had already been used for would healing in the medieval times, and also for treatment of plague and black plague. In Normandie, France, marigold is used to dye into golden yellow. Tradition has it that it also has the function of weather prediction. Blooming before 7 in the morning indicates a sunny day, otherwise it’s going to rain.