Horny Goat Weed

Tea type
Herbal Tea
Ingredients
Astralagus, Cinnamon Bark, Eucommia Bark, Licorice Root
Flavors
Fruity, Herbs, Licorice
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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Average preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 30 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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Horny goat weed (Epimedium) has been renowned in China for thousands of years, as a yang-supporting her for use by both men and women. Combining horny goat weed with other revered Chinese herbs are considered helpful herbs for building and sustaining the chi (vital force).

SUGGESTED USE: 1-3 cups daily for 1 week to 2 months as a tonic, or, 1 cup daily before bedtime. For additional support, drink together with Triple Leaf American Ginseng Tea. Enjoy this delicious tea, hot or iced, as a regular tonic beverage.

BREWING DIRECTIONS:

HOT TEA: Pour 1 cup of boiling water over a tea bag. Let steep 10 minutes or longer. Squeeze tea bag gently into cup. Leave in cup as drinking.

ICED TEA: 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 flavor and effect, steep longer, or use more tea bags. A tea bag can be re-used to extract more herbal benefits. For a delicious change, try it with lemon and honey, or your favorite sweetener

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The funny name was enough to catch my attention but the taste is not enough for it to stand out much. For those who like to drink tea that is not over powering or bitter, this would be good for you. It has a simple taste that would remind me of maybe oolong.

Preparation
4 min, 45 sec

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Picked this tea up at a local Asian Market. I like to try the various teas the market sells and since I’m sick in bed I thought I’d give the tea a go due to its claim to help build chi.

The suggest brew is boiling water then steeping for 10-15 minutes. I opted to use 190 degree water steeping for 15 minutes. I was a little nervous, initially, that I would draw out a bitter flavor with that long of a steep, but there was none.

The aroma is very subtle, but I picked up on slight hints of herbs and licorice. The flavor, is, also, very subtle. While I caught a bit of herb and fruit, my palate couldn’t identify them specifically.

While the tea was subtle, I didn’t find the need to add milk or sugar to it which is nice as I’m not feeling well today.

I have so many subtle teas that I enjoy that I’m not sure I need more, so I’m not sure how often I would buy this, but it is one I would buy again.

Flavors: Fruity, Herbs, Licorice

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 8 min or more 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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A pretty good herbal tea made even better by the awesome name.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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