Five Flowers Tea to Balance Your Chi

five flower teaFive Flowers Tea to balance your chi. This product is composed of various herbs. The herbs are honeysuckle, chrysanthemum flower, silk cotton, plumeria rubra, and pueraria laboata. The benefits of this five flowers tea is it helps with inflammation, fatigue, sore throat, indigestion, poor appetite, insomnia, difficulty in urinating, clear acne, and eczema. You purchase tea leaves and combine everything to make the tea or buy instant tea. Where you can find a package of five flower tea at a Chinese market. These ready to drink tea has been prepared and turned into a powder where you can add to water mix and drink. This is convenient if you are busy or does not have a lot of time. However, you can’t control the amount of sugar or the strength of the tea if you buy instant tea bag from a herbal store or from an Asian market.

Five Flower Tea Preparation:

1 bag five flower tea mix

1/2 bar sugar cane

  1. Boil water.
  2. Add a bag of five flower tea mix.
  3. Cover. Boil for 20minutes.
  4. Adjust the strength of the tea. Note: Too strong. Add more water.
  5. Add sugar cane. 1/2 a bar.
  6. Can drink hot or cold.

The tea is great to remove uric acid that builds up in the body. Each individual ingredient has unique benefits. Honeysuckle removes toxin, reduce fever, help with swelling, skin infection and helps to strengthen the body. Chrysanthemum is fantastic for colds, headaches, and inflamed eyes. There are two types of chrysanthemum: white and yellow. If you soak white chrysanthemum flower in wine. It would be good for nervous system. The yellow chrysanthemum is good for wind heat. Japanese Sophora flower (Huai Hua) helps to stop bleeding.

During days where I had to stay up late or when the kids were sick, I had to stay up late or when I had some fried food or bite myself while eating. I would make myself fiver flower tea. It really helps with my body with the fatigue and balances my chi. This tea is great for all ages and for everyone.

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