Dancing Butterfly is made with white tea, wood butterfly and Chinese globeflower. It has a delicate fruity taste with a lingering sweet finish. Entice your senses with these small rosettes that are individually hand-crafted by skillful artisans. Each one blooms right before your eyes into a beautiful bouquet of tea leaves and flowers, bringing along a myriad of flavors unique to each floret. There are about 7 to 10 rosettes per can.
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.