2009 Yunnan Imperial Pseudo-ginseng(Tian Qi) Flower

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200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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Tianqi Flower is pseudo-ginseng flowers growing in Wenshan, Jinggu county of Yunnan Province, It contains saponins of protopanaxadiol type and flavonoids-quercetine And its glycosides. It is effective as clear mind. It will help in the treatment Of inflammation, neurasthenia, insomnia, migraine, chronic intermits and Gastritis, diabetes and piles. Tianqi is a very precious herb in traditional Chinese medicine, which has the function similiar to Gingseng. The Tianqian flower only grows one time per three year. So that is why it is so unique.

It will benefit to the liver and stomach. It Will reduce internal heat, produce sedation, relieve pain and lower blood pressure. It can be also effective in improving immunity and prolonging life if drunk Regularly.

This Tianqi flower is the highest quality, containing flowers only.

Harvest time: 2009

Shape: flower shape

Aroma: natural Tianqi flower aroma.

Brewing Temperature: 90degrees

Brewing amount per time: 5-8 pcs time by 300 cc hot water.

Brewing guidelines: quickly rinse the tea and then steep the tea for about 1minute before drinking.

Increase the steeping time for each subsequent brewing.

Infusion time:
At least four times.

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These things are strong. You only need 2 pieces per mug. You can probably make 2 infusions with this. It does taste a lot like ginseng.

I generally don’t add sugar to my teas, but on occasion, I like to add honey or rock sugar to this.

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200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 0 sec
Batrachoid

Ginsing oolongs are usually more medicinal in use than enjoyment so they’re usually quite strong. I might suggest a brand coated in licorice powder or mixing it with ginger. Much more palatable to me.

Mercuryhime

Well this isnt an oolong. its just pure ginseng flower, but you have good advice nonetheless. I actually really dislike licorice but ginger might be good. I could just simmer some fresh ginger and use the resulting liquid to brew these flowers. Then add rock sugar. :D

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