Chrysanthemum 200gr

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  • "Chamomile has been used by humans for a long time as an antibiotic, an analgesic and anti-ulcer. In the essential oils of chamomile extract contain anti-microbial, some anti-oxygen substances. Many studies at Imperial College in London have shown that drinking chamomile tea can reduce symptoms of muscle fatigue. " - Vietnam high quality goods. - ISO 22000: 2005 standard - Global GAP standard


Tea is not only a drink to enjoy as an elegant pleasure, but also a precious natural medicine bestowed on people. In Vietnam, tea is considered an indispensable drink when receiving guests or after meals. In addition to its refreshing use, tea also contains many mysteries that people need to discover.


 Vietnam is a very potential market with the Vietnamese mentality of "good tea, good friend". However, the traditional teas are quite picky drinkers and elaborate blenders. The majority of consumers believe that tea bags are convenient, hygienic, and can use up the essence of tea, especially herbal tea products.


Here are some types of tea bags with medicinal properties on the market that are of interest to consumers ...

Artichoke Tea


Artichoke is considered a "miracle" for the liver because it "cleans" the toxins in the liver, has the effect of cooling the liver, dissipating heat, detoxifying, thereby reducing bad cholesterol and improving skin health. Artichoke tea has a characteristic rich taste that makes many consumers "addicted", used daily instead of green tea, tea. Artichoke Tea is made from artichoke stems, roots, flowers, leaves (grown in the highlands of Da Lat) - and circulated in the market as filter bags (instant drink) and dried leaves in bags (to color for water drink or mix in bath water for skin care).


Also according to the pharmacology dictionary, for a long time, artichoke is known as a medicinal plant. Using Artichoke and Artichoke products are considered classic in "therapeutic plants" to stimulate and enhance digestive functions, detoxification. Young artichokes can be boiled or cooked, the parts commonly used as vegetables are flower clusters. Fresh artichoke flowers have nourishing effects, stimulating digestion, liver and bile benefits, heart support, diuretic, often used to cook soup (pay attention not to use cast iron or aluminum pot - because it will be bitter, difficult to eat). This is a high quality vegetable that, when cooked, is easy to digest, used to treat liver pain, stomach pain relief, which is very necessary for people with diabetes. Artichoke leaves and stems are indicated for treatment of liver failure, anti-cholesterol ...


The whole artichoke plant from stems, leaves, flowers, roots can be used as tea bags, but flowers and leaves have the most active ingredients for healing. Some substances are found in young leaves more than old leaves, in leaf blade more than petiole, at more apical than leaf base - so depending on needs of use, people choose the parts outlined above. plants for processing into suitable and increasingly diverse tea products. In Lam Dong alone, there are hundreds of large and small establishments producing artichoke teas with thousands of direct employees.


Flower Tea


According to traditional medicine, Camellia has many different effects, is one of the precious and popular medicines in our country. The flower is often used to treat conditions such as bleeding, hemorrhoids, bloody urination (accompanied by a burning sensation or urinary retention), abdominal pain, hemorrhage, menstrual bleeding, menorrhagia. or diseases nosebleed or bleeding in the eyes, ears ...,


Flowers have effects to improve vascular strength and hemostasis; antibacterial and anti-inflammatory; anti-spasm of smooth muscles in the intestinal tract and bronchi; mild euphoria and strengthens myocardial contractility, lower blood pressure, lower blood fat and slow down atherosclerosis; diuretics, anti-radiation, asthma and anti-ulcers.


Camellia also works to strengthen the resistance, reduce the permeability of capillaries because it contains Rutin (vitamin P) and quercetin - an antioxidant (antioxydan); at the same time enhancing the stamina of capillaries, helping to limit venous insufficiency in the elderly; prevention of hepatitis B, C


In addition, the tea flower also works to beautify the skin ...


Ginger Tea


Ginger root is often used as an indispensable spice in many everyday dishes, as well as a medicinal effect to regulate heat and cold in the body when facing weather changes. Ginger Tea is processed from Ginger root or green tea in combination with Ginger root, which helps digestion, cure cough, and relieve cold ...


Science today has proven that ginger is a valuable herb that inhibits Gram (+) and Gram (-) bacteria: E.coli, proteus vulgaris, salmonella typhimurium, streptococcus aureus ... including Helicobacter pylori. cause ulcers of the stomach and duodenum. Besides, Ginger stimulates the growth of Lactobacillus useful for the digestive system; Therefore, Ginger is often used in the treatment of digestive disorders.

Ginger contains more than 12 active antioxidants and has the same effects as vitamin E, vitamin C ..., helps prevent cardiovascular diseases, cancer, aging ... At the same time, ginger is also a preservative like BHA (butylated hydrooxyanisol) and BHT (butylated hydroxytoluene (YB Lee et al., 1986 & J. Brody, 1993). inflammatory substances (prostaglandins, thromboxanes, leukotrienes), but ginger's inhibition of leukotrienes (also helps fight asthma attacks) does not cause side effects, while if using aspirin, be very careful, especially for people have stomach problems, pregnant women and children.


When you have a cold or poisonous wind, cough, when eating cold food, a full stomach, indigestion, nausea ..., just mix a packet of ginger tea with boiling water and drink while still hot, you will see the symptoms. The discomfort subsided quickly. Ginger tea can also be used daily in cold winter to keep warm, help digestion, increase resistance and keep the health of the respiratory tract, and both "fragrant mouth sweet voice" as well as suck ginger jam. ...


Types of Tea marinated with lotus, jasmine, buffalo, wolf ...


Previously green tea used only fresh leaves (fresh tea) or processed into tea buds (hook hook) to use gradually; Currently, there are 3 main groups on the market: black tea, green tea (long tea) and oolong tea. People also only use black tea and green tea to marinate with some fragrant flowers (such as lotus, jasmine, buffalo, wolf ...) and pack in the form of tea bags. Some types of black tea in foreign countries also add fruit flavors (peaches, lemons ...) or add herbs (licorice, ginseng ...) to meet the diverse needs and tastes of consumers.


Although the scents of these teas differ, the main health effects are nearly the same - because they all have the same origin, from the green tea plant. The benefits of green tea, most of us know quite well so it would be a bit redundant to repeat in this article.


Chrysanthemum tea


Chamomile has been used by humans for a long time as an antibiotic, an analgesic and anti-ulcer. The essential oil extracted from chamomile petals contains antibacterial properties, some of which are anti-oxidants. Many research results from Imperial College in London have shown that drinking chamomile tea can reduce symptoms of muscle fatigue.


Chamomile is often used to soothe nervous stress and to help sleep well, so drinking chamomile tea with daily meals has a good effect. Scientists also added that drinking chamomile tea helps control diabetes by preventing the complex complications of the disease and combating hyperglycemia - one of the signs of diabetes.


Since ancient times, the Egyptians, Greeks and Romans knew how to use the flowers and leaves of chrysanthemum to make medicine. Today, scientists at Aberystwyth University in England and Toyama Japan are studying a method to extract chamomile as medicine for diabetes.


Passion Tea


Produced from bitter melon (bitter melon); Has the effect of cooling the liver, bile benefits, cooling, phlegm, phlegm, laxative, kidney tonic, fatigue relief, diuretic, support for lowering blood sugar, digestive aid


According to physician Tran Duy Linh (Ho Chi Minh City), ripening bitter melon also has the effect of nourishing the kidneys, tonic blood, and sue. Fresh bitter melon leaves and leaves are cooked (or crushed for water) to drink as a fever-reducing effect, or pound the leaves and strings to treat boils; Folk in some places also use bitter melon (the type that grows wild, the fruit is small as the big toe), using both fruit, rope and leaf to treat liver problems - by cutting 3-4 cm short pieces, drying them dry to cook drinking water daily. However, it should be noted: for those who have a bad taste, often have diarrhea, or their body does not have real heat (not hot in the body), they should not use bitter melon regularly (because it is easy to cool the abdomen, diarrhea)...


Using bitter melon tea through a filter bag (or bitter melon juice) mixed with honey can reduce nervous tension, anxiety, and frustration. In the summer, when people feel uncomfortable, hot-tempered, dizzy and headache, drinking tea or juice of bitter melon is very comfortable.


Dinh Lang Tea


Polyscias fruticosa is Tieghemopanax fruitcosus Vig or Polyscias fruticosa (L) Hams, Nthopanas fruicosus (L) Miq. (other names: Small leaf clover, fish salad, male and female forest). Polyscias fruticosa is a popular ornamental plant, not only as a popular spice vegetable for use in the vegetable basket (especially when used with fish salad) but also a herbal remedy with anti-allergy and food detoxification properties. anti-fatigue and increase endurance for the body. In folklore, Dinh Lang is often used to treat coughing up blood, block milk rays, cool blood, diuretics, and treat rashes. Dinh Lang leaves cook soup with meat and fish to nourish pregnant women, the elderly or the sick. Therefore, people use Dinh Lang to blend some herbs to create a new product, which is a very convenient filter bag form and bring high economic efficiency.

Pharmacological studies have shown that sharp water or small leaf clover root powder has the effect of tonic, increasing energy, restoring the health of the debilitated body, eating well, sleeping well, gaining weight ... making early heartbeat return to normal after exertion. With the effect of boosting immunity and preventing disease, scientists are focusing on research and preparation into powdered powder and daily tea. Recently, the Faculty of Biotechnology, Van Lang University (Ho Chi Minh City) has conducted a survey on some biological and pharmacological characteristics of Dinh Lang and produced an experimental product of Dinh Lang tea. appreciate consumption ...


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