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If you are over 30 and want to feel under 30, you should do everything you can to keep these 3 primary health metrics in a normal and healthy range: blood pressure, blood sugar, and blood lipid. Snow Chrysanthemum is the perfect herbal tea for that purpose.
Snow Chrysanthemum is extremely beneficial for supporting normal healthy blood pressure, blood sugar levels, and blood lipid levels. It detoxifies the Liver and brightens the eyes. It is caffeine free. Drinking Snow Chrysanthemum at night helps calm you down and promotes restful sleep.
As a result, its popularity as a tea alternative has soared in Asia since 2006.
Snow Chrysanthemum has a slightly cold atmospheric energy (cooling). Some people may find it easier to drink when combined with herbs with warm or hot nature.
Here are some combinations to either neutralize its coldness, or further enhance its particular function(s).
Snow Chrysanthemum + Crataegus (Hawthorn Berry) — Both can used for maintaining health blood pressure and blood lipid levels. The combination is even better.
Snow Chrysanthemum + Goji — Liver detox and vision improvement.
Both herbs enter the Liver channel. Eyes are a part of the Liver function system in Chinese medicine. Eyes are called the orifice of Liver, therefore Liver tonics benefit the eyes.
Snow Chrysanthemum + Jujube Dates — Builds Qi (energy) and Blood.
Jujube is warm. It tonifies the Spleen and Stomach. A major Qi and Blood tonic. Used as a harmonizer in many formulas.
Snow Chrysanthemum + Rose — Beauty tonic and calms the mind and spirit (Shen).
Rose opens the heart and lifts one’s mood. It has been consumed as a Shen tonic for centuries.
Goji with Chrysanthemum or Snow Chrysanthemum
According to a recent study, Americans spend on average 7 hours a day staring at screens. This extended screen time harms our eyes like never before.
Goji berries and Chrysanthemum flower are famous vision tonics. The two combined creates a tasty soothing tea to brighten and moisten dull eyes, relieve eye strain while strengthening vision. We call this combination iVision Tea. A must-have for the information age.
Eyes are a part of the Liver function system in Chinese medicine. Eyes are called the orifice of Liver, therefore Liver tonics generally benefit the eyes.
The betaine contained in goji berries has the effect of inhibiting the deposition of fat in liver cells and promoting the regeneration of liver cells. Goji is rich in Beta-carotene, which can be converted into vitamin A (retinol) in the body. Retinol improves vision.
If the eyes tend to get red and dry, you can add some Snow Chrysanthemum to the iVision Tea to further cool the eyes or completely replace Chrysanthemum with Snow Chrysanthemum for maximum cooling and detox effect.
iVision is also good for promoting radiant skin.
Pu Erh is a fully fermented tea. Pu Erh tea is quite unique in that while most teas’ fermentation stops when the processing is complete, Pu Erh continues to ferment even during storage (post fermentation). For most teas, the newer the crop, the better. Pu Erh is like fine wines, the more it ages, the better and more valuable it becomes. This unique aging process gives Pu Erh its robust earthy note that is loved by many tea connoisseurs.
It common in Asia, it is commonly believed that drinking Pu Erh after meals will prevent fat from accumulating in the mid-section. Some regions call Pu Erh an “intestine scraper”, ridding intestines of fat deposits.
Pu-Erh + Chrysanthemum
A popular combination for Pu Erh is to combine it with Chrysanthemum flower. In southern China, this pairing is often drunk post meals to help stay slim. It is a match made in heaven. Chrysanthemum’s refreshing flowery aroma uplifts Pu Erh’s grounding earthy note. It is robust and light at the same time.
This combination is believed to be deeply detoxifying. It can cleanse the Liver, clear the eyes and help maintain healthy levels of cholesterol and triglycerides.
For people who tend to run cold, add some Goji to neutralize Chrysanthemum’s coolness, with anti-aging “side effects.”
Pu-Erh + Snow Chrysanthemum
If you do not suffer from a weak digestive system or a cold constitution, you can replace Chrysanthemum with Snow Chrysanthemum for maximum detoxification action.
Pu Erh + Chrysanthemum + Crataegus + Citrus Peel
You can additionally add Hawthorn (Crataegus) and/or Aged Citrus Peel to the combination to aid digestion post meals.
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In the winter, most people, especially women, are prone to cold hands and feet. That is because the low temperature constricts the blood vessels, resulting in poor blood circulation at the extremities such as hands and feet.
Jujube is sweet and has a warm atmospheric energy (warming the body). Ginger is spicy and also has a warm atmospheric energy.
Ginger and Jujube combination is very effective in warming the body and dissipating the cold.
It can improve general blood circulation, especially the microcirculation at the extremities (hands and feet.)
The Jujube and Ginger combination can also be used for strengthening the digestive system (Spleen and Stomach), tonifying the Qi (energy), nourishing the Blood and calming the Spirit.
This tea is traditionally sweetened with black sugar. We recommend using our zero calorie, low glycemic index Sweetfruit infused with Ginger essential oil.
This tea is particularly beneficial for people with cold constitution, raw foodists and vegetarians.