Green tea very popular in Japan, which is more roast when processed (hence the dark color of the leaf), Bancha or Kukicha is used as a base. The tea has a slight hint of walnut in aroma and taste and is excellent for regular drinking and is also suitable for eating.
Bamboo leaves from Lao Shan in Shandong Province. In Chinese medicine, it is traditionally used against fever and heat, it also has an anti-inflammatory and beneficial effect on the kidneys, it is diuretic, removes mucus and has a relaxing effect on veins. Overall, it cleanses the airways, refreshes and quenches thirst, so it is very suitable for drinking during the summer and hot days.
An excellent tea with a traditional but not very tempting name - "The smell of duck droppings". The tea itself has one of the most amazing aromas that Dan Cong type teas can offer - delicious and full at the same time, charming, reminiscent of rice flowers, smooth and very sweet with complex floral tones and a long-fading aftertaste.
Big-leaf holly (ku ding) is one of many holly trees (Paraguay, sharp-leaved, serrated, canary, precise, round, Altacraren, blue). It is an evergreen tree with a height of 20m. The leaves are green and uneven. The fruit is red and spherical. It has an anti-inflammatory, calming liver. It lowers blood pressure and cholesterol levels.
Dried jasmine flower (moli-hua), Jasminum Sambac. It comes from China, from where it spread further to Arabia and Persia and from there to Europe. It is an evergreen climbing plant or shrub, which grows to a height of 0.5-3 m. According to Chinese medicine, it improves eyesight and promotes smooth menstruation.
Dried hawthorn berries (shan-zha, lat. Crataegus cuneata) - helps good digestion, removes fats from blood vessels, lowers blood cholesterol levels and breaks down fatty acids (which helps it lose weight), lowers blood pressure and has heart-specific antioxidant effects, which can help fight most heart diseases.