Motherwort Tea

Motherwort tastes spicy sweet and bitter, with no toxin, and can remove blood stasis, regulate menstruation and disinhibit water. It is a famous gynecological medicine, and that’s why it’s called “motherwort”.

Salvia Tea

Salvia tea (Tian Cao) is made mainly with high-quality violet flower salvia, being one of the main products for treating coronary heart disease and preventing and dilating blood vessels, and has medical effects on activating blood and dissolving stasis. As an organic green tea, it can also clear mind and resolve phlegm. Modern researches have proved the medical effects on dilating angiocarpy and strengthening blood capillary of caffeine contained in tea.

Borage Tea

Borage is an annual herb in boraginaceae family, with a light cucumber fragrance, 60cm (2 feet) high, covered with with coarse villus. It has large coarse leaves, long and round in shape, and loose and drooping inflorescence. Flower stalk is generally rufous, and flowers are of star shape, bright blue and sometimes white or rosiness.

Hyssop Tea

Similar to mint, hyssop has a refreshing smell, but tastes a little bit bitter. It was used for tea brewing or cooking a long time ago in Europe, and its refreshing fragrance has been extensively popular among European people. It has also been used in folk therapy. Hyssop flowers differ from breed to breed, ranging from white to pink or purple, and the breed with purple flowers has the strongest pesticide effect. An entire hyssop can be used for tea brewing, especially its leaves.

Dong Quai Tea

Dong quai, also called angelica, golden angelica, radix angelicae sinensis, Chinese angelica and angelica sinensis, is a perennial herb, with column-shaped roots. Its main root is called “angelica trunk”, rootlets “angelica tail” and the entire herb “whole angelica”. It originates in west Asia, and mainly grows in southeast Gansu Province in China, mostly in Minxian County. Dong quai from Minxian County features in high yield and high quality, followed by those from Yunnan, Sichuan, Shaanxi, Hubei and other provinces. Tea brewed with 5-10g sliced dong quai in boiled or hot water has excellent tonifying effects.

Black Cohosh Tea

Black cohosh tea is an herbal tea brewed with powdered roots or extractive of black cohosh, which tastes a little bit bitter. One can add some sugar before drinking. The tea contains antioxidant and abundant nutrients and minerals such as manganese, selenium, silicon, zinc, Vitamin C and various B-group vitamins, but no caffeine.

Wormwood Tea

Wormwood tea is made with wormwood buds germinating the first time in several processes, which can remain medicinal value of wormwood, and remove its bitterness. Soaked wormwood tea has a unique refreshing fragrance. Its tea infusion is in clear gold color, and has an overwhelming fragrance, full flavor and sweet taste. Smelling refreshing and elegant, it can be brewed separately and together with green tea, black tea or scented tea.

Ginger Root Tea

Ginger root tea is decocted with a small amount of leaves and several pieces of fresh ginger in water. Drinking after meals has medical effects on inducing sweat and dispelling exogenous evils, and warming lung and relieving coughing, and is beneficial for medical treatment of flu, typhoid fever and coughing.