Organic Eucommia Tea Natural Herbal Remedy TCM Du Zhong
In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), eucommia is known as du zhong. It has various medicinal parts such as its bark and the leaves; both of which can be used to brew Eucommia tea. TCM practitioners use eucommia for pains related to the lower back, commonly associated with weak kidneys. Moreoever, they also believe that it can induce blood flow and help with blood circulation issues. Many people also consume Eucommia tea for its antioxidant, sedative and anti-mutagenic qualities.
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Caffeine Level: None
- Tea leaves: 5-10 g / 0.17-0.35 oz
- Water temperature: 80-90 °C / 176-194 °F
- It should not be more than 3 times for each bubble.
Brewing at about 85 °C / 185 °F, 500 ml / 16.9 oz of water is appropriate, cover with smoldering for 5 minutes.
Suggestion: Serve cold or chilled for best results. Additionally, you can consider adding chrysanthemum, ganoderma, honey, or fructose according to your taste and preferences.
- Regulate blood lipids
- Treat constipation, regulate gastrointestinal
- Enhance immune function
- Regulate cardiovascular function
- Protecting liver and kidney
- Weight loss
We recommend consuming up to 10 g of Eucommia tea per day. This recommended dosage can be consumed in one sitting or split into two parts. Eucommia tea should be consumed in the following manner – Drink a cup of Eucommia tea before going to sleep every day (5 g/0.17 oz or 10 g/0.35 oz). Firstly, you can start by consuming a smaller amount. As your body starts to adapt to the tea, gradually increase the amount consumed.