Tibetan Baicao Tea and Tibetan Baicao Tea Pearl for Better Health

A Popular Herbal Tea which is Perfect for the Fall and Winter Months!

 

The month of August is closing and September is slowly creeping in. In many areas, the cold weather is starting to be felt. Other areas will still feel the cold weather around November or December and  up to the next year.  Either way, we should expect to stock up on supplies and medicines to prepare for the cold weather. These following months are truly going to be the “BRRR” months.

 

As we have said numerous times in our blog posts, the months leading up to the Fall/Autumn and Winter seasons are notorious for common respiratory illnesses. Of course, these are the common cold and influenza (the flu). The best way to prevent yourself from catching a cold or flu is to make sure your immune system is in tip-top shape. Aside from that, there are those pesky allergies which come  around during Fall and Winter. Older people have it a little rougher with the cold weather. They have to deal with joint and muscle pains associated with arthritis and gout.

 

To warm themselves, people in Asia regularly consume tea. This concoction of boiled leaves is not just for drinking during the cold or flu season. It is a staple beverage which does wonderful things for those who drink it. Tea warms the body and relaxes the nerves. Tea has been scientifically shown to increase a person's long-term well-being. This is because there are numerous antioxidants and flavonoids which are ordinarily found in tea which are not found in other beverages.

 

Tibetan Baicao Tea for Fall and Winter Season

 

The mountainous area of Tibet is no stranger to cold weather. The home of the Dalai Lama is a mysterious place for many. But the people are not as mysterious as we think they are. Just like many other people in Asia, they regularly consume tea on a daily basis.  From them comes a tea which is like no other. This tea is not your common black or green tea. It is a popular herbal tea which has many health benefits. It is a tea which can help you boost your immune system, help manage illnesses (like the cold and flu) during the Fall and Winter seasons, and help keep your body warm and relaxed.

 

Tibetan Baicao Tea – its Health Benefits

Tibetan Baicao Tea for Fall and Winter season

 

In the Tibetan region, there are exotic herbs which are not commonly found in other areas. There is a natural herbal tea which uses a unique mix of these exotic herbs. This is Tibetan Baicao Tea. Tibetan Baicao Tea has been traditionally used to help alleviate allergies, inflammation, and gout. It is also used to enhance or boost your body's immunity. This is because of the powerful detoxification properties the tea has. Tibetan Baicao Tea is one of the most popular products we have. This tea is most popular during the allergy season. We should note that different allergies spring up during different times of the year so this tea is good all-year round – not just during the Fall and Winter months!

 

Why does Tibetan Baicao Tea have all these health benefits?

 

To understand what makes this tea so effective, let us check out some of the herbs contained in the tea (this is not an exhaustive list):

 

1. Chrysanthemum flower

Chrysanthemum flower in Tibetan Baicao Tea

The Chrysanthemum flower or Ju Hua is a common garden flower used in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).

 

Its major actions are the following:
-releases the exterior
-dispels wind
-clears heat

 

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has long recognized that drinking tea made out of Chrysanthemum flower petals prevents aging. This is especially true if the tea is drunk for a long period of time. You cannot just drink it once and expect results right away. 

 

This is why Tibetan Baicao Tea is perfect for those with the common cold or flu as well as those with allergies. The Chrysanthemum flower is truly a natural product which is more than meets the eye.

 

2. Saposhnikovia roots

 

The roots of Saposhnikovia divaricata (Fang Feng in Chinese) are used in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). It is prepared by removing the stems and then soaked in water. After that, it is cut up into slices and then left to dry.

 

Its major actions are the following:
-relieves the exterior and disperses cold
-relieves wind-damp-cold painful obstruction
-disperses wind

 

Practitioners of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) prescribe it for headaches, the common cold, and rheumatoid arthritis among others. They taste pungent and sweet which have specific actions and target different organs. Added to Tibetan Baicao Tea, Saposhnikovia roots are an excellent ingredient.

 

3. Baikal skullcap roots

 

In Chinese this is called Huang Qin but its scientific name is Scutellaria baicalensis. The roots of this plant are bitter. In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), bitter ingredients are used to cleanse or detoxify the body.

 

Its major actions are the following:
-expels heat and dampness
-clears upper burner heat (especially of the Lung)
-clears heat and stops reckless movement of blood
-clears pathogenic heat which is upsetting the fetus
-cools the liver (reducing Liver Yang rising syndrome)

 

Practitioners of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) prescribe the Baikal skullcap roots for conditions such as: chest pain, vomiting, dysentery, and coughing. It is another ingredient in Tibetan Baicao Tea which is sure to help you feel better from the colds or flu during the Fall and Winter months.

 

4. Monk Fruit

 

The Monk Fruit's name in Chinese is Luó Hàn Guǒ. This fruit is harvested when it is dark green. It is then left to dry for several days at low temperature. It is sweet in flavor and is also used to detoxify the body.

 

Its major actions are the following:
-lubricates and cools the lungs
-treats lung Yin deficiency
-dissipates nodules and swollen glands
-lubricates the intestines and relieves constipation

 

Practitioners of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) prescribe Monk Fruits for the following: pneumonitis, dry cough, constipation, and sore throat among others. With this in Tibetan Baicao Tea, you will not have any problem treating these symptoms during the cold and flu seasons.

 

Does Tibetan Baicao Tea only come in tea bags?

No. We also have Tibetan Baicao Tea Pearl for easier consumption! This is the same Tibetan Baicao Tea but in tiny pellets for convenience.

 

Tibetan Baicao Tea Pearl for Fall and Autumn season

 

Whether you like to enjoy a nice cup of tea or just drink it on the go, order Tibetan Baicao Tea and Tibetan Baicao Tea Pearl today!

 

Note: This article is for informational purposes only. For all the above-mentioned conditions, always consult your doctor first.

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