Grown on the mountains of Alishan in Taiwan, this tea is picked from the top of the tea bush and consists of two or three leaves to a stem. The processed leaves are dried in a way so that the leaves are crumpled up. When infused, the leaves will unfurl to release its fragrant aroma and distinct creamy and nutty tones for the most satisfying cup of tea.
We all know the traditional Valentine gifts—chocolate, roses, wine, candle light dinner and etc. This time-honored February tradition is aimed at the heart, our loved one. Protect your precious love with natural health: Herbal medicine is on it.
Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) texts date back to the Han Dynasty (206 BCE to 220 ACE). One of the earliest works was the Wushi'er Bingfang (Chinese: 五十二病方) That formulary presents more than 250 surgical & food or herbal-based cures for ailments ranging from warts to hemorrhoids or snake bites.