What are benefits of Triple Leaf Tea Blood Pressure?
In Chinese herbology the herbs in this mild-tasting and enjoyable tea have been used for thousands of years to help maintain blood pressure levels that are already within the normal range, and to help nourish the kidneys and liver. Eucommia is regarded highly as a vitality herb. It is used to fortify the body’s “jing” or essence. Eucommia, as well as uncaria, Chinese holly, mulberry, chrysanthemum and epimedium (horny goat weed) have a long history of use to help nourish the kidney and liver. Fo-ti (he shou wu) root is used to help support healthy, normal vitality and to help nourish the blood, kidney, and liver. Caring for one’s kidney and liver, along with a healthy lifestyle and wholesome foods, is believed to contribute to balance and well-being. It also is considered to help support the function of the back, bladder, and joints.
What are the ingredients of Triple Leaf Tea Blood Pressure?
Triple Leaf Tea Blood Pressure contains:
- Eucommia leaf
- Uncaria (gambir) stem
- Chinese holly leaf
- Chrysanthemum flower
- White mulberry leaf
- Fo-ti (he shou wu) root
- Horny goat weed (epimedium) leaf
Who to brew Triple Leaf Blood Pressure?
For a hot Triple Leave Tea Blood Pressure Drink:
Pour 1 cup of boiling water over 1 tea bag. Let steep 10 minutes or longer. Squeeze tea bag gently into the cup. Leave in cup as drinking.
For iced Triple Leave Tea Blood Pressure Drink:
Pour 1 cup of boiling water over 2 tea bags. Let steep 10 minutes. Remove the tea bags, squeeze gently, then add ice.
For stronger flavour and effect, steep longer, or use more tea bags. A tea bag can be re-used to extract more herbal benefits.
What should be considered when using Triple Leaf Tea Blood Pressure?
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.