Corn Tea

Corn tea is brewed with corns. According to Chinese herbology, corn stigma is also called dracaena, flat in nature. It has health-care effects. The first medicinal use is recorded in 1467 South Yunnan Compendium of Materia Medica. It is a traditional Chinese medical herb. Corn tea tastes sweet, and can lower blood fat, blood sugar and blood pressure, being called dracaena heath-care tea or three-high (high blood pressure, high blood fat and high blood sugar) heath-care tea.

Barley Tea

Barley tea, also called white tea and barley soup, is a traditional cooling drink extensively popular among people in China, Japan, South Korea and other countries, made by boiling fried barley. It has an overwhelming barley fragrance and maintains some of its original nutrients in barley in boiling, including carbohydrate, vegetable protein, B-vitamins and unsaturated fatty acid.