The Blood Pressure Herbal Tea Tradition
The Chinese have used the herbs in this delicious, mild-tasting tea for thousands of years to help maintain healthy blood pressure function and to tonify the kidneys and liver. These herbs are said to nourish the kidneys and liver, calm liver yang and clear heat. Eucommia is highly esteemed as a longevity herb. In modern times, it has been researched for helping to maintain healthy blood pressure function. Uncaria, Chinese holly, mulberry, chrysanthemum and epimedium have a long history of use to tonify the kidney and liver. Fo-ti is a renowned longevity herb, used traditionally to help nourish the blood, build the system and tonify the kidney and liver. Regular tonification of the kidney and liver was believed to contribute to good health and longevity. It also was considered to help promote the healthy function of the back, bladder and joints.
Triple Leaf Tea's Ancient Chinese Medicinals
Traditional Chinese medicine began in approximately 2500 B.C. Recently, here in the West, people have discovered the value of this ancient system which focuses on aiding the body's own healing mechanisms through restoring harmony and balance. The Chinese system of herbology has been recorded in ancient texts which are studied and employed even today. This time tested knowledge has been passed on from generation to generation over the centuries.
Triple Leaf Tea comes from such a tradition. It is made in the U.S.A. by a Chinese American family-owned business. The company owner can remember stories of his own grandfather selling herbs and teas in his village in China. Today, these traditional Chinese herbal formulas are available to you. We wish you harmony and balance!
See inside flap for brewing directions.
1-3 cups daily. Enjoy this tea hot or iced. Also, drink any of Triple Leaf Tea's green teas or decaf green teas to help maintain healthy blood pressure function.
Note: This tea is not recommended for use by pregnant women or nursing mothers - if you are pregnant or nursing, consult your health care practitioner first before using.