As we all know, tea is one of the most commonly consumed beverages in the entire world. Civilizations and cultures all consume tea on a daily basis. Due to the antioxidants and flavonoids commonly found in tea blends, tea has been clinically proven to improve your overall health.
Tea is not just limited to the classic green or black tea that you consume, there are herbal variations that have proven health benefits as well!
Tibetan Baicao Tea is a natural herbal tea product utilizing a proprietary blend of exotic herbs commonly found only in the Tibetan region. Known for its powerful detoxification properties, Tibetan Baicao Tea has been traditionally used to help alleviate allergies, inflammation, gout, and immunity enhancement. We tend to see more usage of Baicao Tea during allergy season, which may start as early as January, and end as late as June. It now comes in the Pearl Form ( Tibetan Baicao Tea Pearl ) for easier consumption!
So what exactly is in Baicao Tea? We take a look at some of the more common herbs inside. Full disclosure: this list does not contain the full list of herbs
RADIX GLYCYRRHIZA GLABRA (CHINESE LIQUORICE)
One of the 50 fundamental herbs of Traditional Chinese Medicine used to replenish 'Qi' - your body's vital energy
Chrysanthemum contains essential oils, flavones, sesquiterpenes, triterpenes, amino acids, vitamins and minerals. Used to reduce symptons of 'heat' in Traditional Chinese Medicine
RADIX SAPOSHNIKOVIAE DIVARICATA
Traditionally used to alleviate headaches, rashes, pain resulting from rheumatoid arthritis, & more.
RADIX SCUTELLARIAE BAICALENSIS ROOT
One of the 50 fundamental herbs of Traditional Chinese Medicine & a plant of the mint family. Used for over 2000 years to remove toxins & 'heat" from the body
FRUCTUS SIRAITIA GROSVENORI (MONK FRUIT)
Traditionally used to balance heat buildup. Also used to alleviate lung congestion, coughs, other respiratory ailments including sore throats.
What is the difference between Baicao Tea & Baicao Tea "Pearl" ?