Ginseng Oolong is an incredible union of tastes made by tea, ginseng and various herbs of Chinese medicine, which contribute to amazing effects of this particular tea.
Ginseng enhances physical and mental endurance, strengthens resistance to stress and fatigue, boosts immune system and revitalizes cell activity. Researches suggest that this herb can lower blood pressure and cholesterol level, and prevent the growth of some cancerous cells.
Oolong teas are known for their orchid-like aroma and lingering sweet aftertaste. Ginseng tea charges, strengthens and tones, all thanks to ginseng. And you really can feel it almost immediately.
If you drink it more or less regularly, the number of sunny days per year doubles!
Ginseng tea is believed to help in a number of health matters:
- Ginseng tea increases resistance to the effects of stress and improves circulation and mental functioning.
- Ginseng tea has shown cancer-preventive effects and may reduce the risk of several types of cancer.
- Dried ginseng root may help people with type 2 diabetes control blood sugar levels.
- In general, human studies have mainly found increased “quality of life” among those taking ginseng tea. Ginseng has a street reputation as an ancient aphrodisiac. In the May 1995 issue of the journal British Pharmacology, a study concluded that substances in ginseng known as ginsenosides may work in a similar way to Viagra. One Chinese Herb company uses ginseng in pills to treat premature ejaculation.
How to brew Ginseng tea:
Boil water and cool it to 90-95°C. Put 3-5 grams of tea into a cup, and add hot water. Infuse tea leaves for 1-2 minutes depending on taste preference. You can vary the quantity of tea depending on your tastes. Each portion of tea can be infused 3-5 additional times.
- Chinese name: 人参乌龙茶
- Origin Place: China
- Harvest time: 2016.
- Low caffeine (less than 10% of a cup of coffee)