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Tea for Nourishing Blood
Colder weather means maintaining and boosting blood circulation is of utmost importance! This simple and sweet tea nourishes blood and invigorates circulation to keep you warm on those frosty days. This infusion is also great for nourishing the body after menstruation.
Serves: 1 cup
Brew time: 3-5 mins
2-3 Jujubes cut in half or quartered
1 c Filtered water
Bring water to a boil and pour over dried fruit and berries. Steep for 3-5 minutes. This infusion can be steeped until it has lost most its flavourSip and enjoy!
Plant-Based Diet with Herbs
We eat plants so that we can have a closer touch with the earth. Sourced from local farms, Chinese herbs can nourish and tonify to make your vegetarian and vegan diet more complete.
In this article, we will discuss how Chinese herbs can help build a more balanced and nutrient rich diet for veggie lovers.
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Cooking instructions are for general use only. It is recommended to follow the instructions provided by your licensed TCM practitioner.
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