Dew of Heaven
" -Lu-Yu (the Chinese Sage of Tea)
said in the Year of 780 A.D.
Found in Modern Science: Tea is Rich of Natural
Antioxidants, Catechin, Polyphenols and Selenium (Se).
Green or Jasmine Green Tea & Wulong (Woolong, Oolong) Tea Recipes
"Shen Nong (Chinese legendary
God of Agriculture) tasted hundreds of herbs, Seventy-two
kinds of toxin a day, And took tea as an antidote for them."
---Shen Nong's Herbal Classic (Qin-Han Dynasties of China,
in 2698 BC
It is interesting that tea was an herbal medicine
for health rather than a regular drink thousand years ago when
the Chinese invented tea and drank it. In fact, many longevity
monks and elders drink tea every day for longevity in Asia.
The Zen buddhists are used to take a cup of tea before meditation
to keep the mind alert. Many people are concerned about caffeine
today and give it up. They forget either the big benefits of
tea for health or the pure knowledge of tea, the Tao
of Tea, how to drink tea in the right way.
Tea is more healthy and "clean" than "dirty" or "chemical" water we drink
every day. Even tea made with impure water may be purified to
a degree by the tea contents. That is one of the reasons why
the Russian doctors used green tea to wash their patients's
eyes after the famous cornea operation for nearsightedness before.
Tea also contains a lot of vitamins, minerals, trace elements,
proteins which you can not get from the purified water that more and more people drink today.
Warm (Hot) and Cool (Cold) are the very
important principle in the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).
Chinese doctors employ these factors in the teas. White,
Green or Jasmine Teas are considered cooling
teas and often enjoyed during summer; while Red
or Black Teas are considered warming teas and often taken in Winter. Pu'er and Wulong (Woolong)
Teas are neutral and may taken in
all seasons. On the other hand, it's better for the people with
warm or hot body condition to take cooling teas while for the
people with cool or cold body condition to take warming teas and both may take neutral tea any time.
powerful Wild Ginseng: Did you try wild ginseng
before? Do you know the differences between wild and
cultured ginseng? The Wild Ginseng may live several
hundred years while the Cultured Ginseng in a farm
can not live longer than 5-6 years. Naturally
undisturbed grown in the forest, the Wild Ginseng contains all
the ginsenosides (the effective contents of ginseng)
which some of them won't develop until the plant is over 6-7
years old (the cultured age).
Ku-Ding Wild Green Tea: One of the
most alkaline tea with lest caffeine and more Selenium (Se), Ku-Ding contains more antioxidants and almost non caffeine (99% less than regular
health benefits of tea, food or herbs mentioned on our
web site is for information only. We do not recommend use
of tea, food or herbs as a substitute for medical care
which you should ask your medical doctors.