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What is the best tasting herbal tea?

What do you think of when you hear “herbal tea?” Have you ever wondered what the best tasting herbal tea is? But hold on! I think a better question to ask is:What is the first thing that pops into your head when you hear herbal tea? You probably think...

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14 Surprising Health Reasons To Drink Tea

What are the most surprising health reasons to drink tea? 1. Reduce risk of cancer There is a growing body of evidence of the protective properties of tea, particularly against cancer. Though research is still in its early stages as to the exact mechanisms that tea...

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Testimonial #214

Dear Paul First of all I want to say thank you for the promptness of the order. When I got home on Thursday and the package was waiting in my mailbox I was so excited. The funny thing is that in the past I bought jiaogulan tea in little tea bags at […} and I...

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Jiaogulan Uses and Side Effects

Overview Jiaogulan is an herb that has been grown in China for many centuries. Long before it was cultivated, it grew wild. When it began to be cultivated, people started to notice its medicinal effects, resulting in the monicker of “herb of immortality.”...

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Is loose leaf tea better than teabags?

Presently, we do not offer tea bags. Though, tea bags are convenient, they’re just not the best way to serve a naturally flavorful whole-leaf tea. Here’s the top three reasons we choose to produce loose leaf tea 1. It’s natural Loose leaf tea is the most...

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How to Prepare Jiaogulan Tea

To prepare a great tasting cup of tea, start with the best water you can find. You’ll want to avoid chlorinated water as this takes away from the taste. Try either purified water or mineral water. Before brewing, we recommend to give the tea leaves a quick rinse...

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Jiaogulan Tastes Sweet

A tea that actually gets sweeter as it brews? I was surprised too. But given all the life-giving properties of jiaogulan, it seems natural that it would also have a taste that attracts us. And it was the sweet taste that originally brought jiaogulan to the attention...

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More of a Good Thing: Jiaogulan and Health

More, please? Maybe you’re like me. When you have something that tastes good or makes you happy, you want more of it. That’s pretty natural. Sometimes, though, the more you have of something, you more you want it. That’s the result of building up a...

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What can Jiaogulan do for me?

The health benefits of drinking tea have been big news during the last few years. Nowadays, there are so many teas out there to choose from. With so many options, many people ask what makes jiaogulan tea stand apart from other herbal teas. I’m sure you’ve...

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Foothills of the Himalayas

Thailand. Land of smiles. Sunny beaches. And, in the north, rolling hills that build and build into the crescendo of the Himalayas, far to the north. The ancient city of Chiang Mai sits in these hills. Hundreds of years ago, Chiang Mai was the capital city of...

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What is jiaogulan (jee-OW-goo-lawn)?

Jiaogulan is the common name for what’s scientifically known as Gynostemma Pentaphyllum. Phew, that’s a lot of syllables! Better to picture the fresh mountain air, big open sky, and shining sun of Chiang, Mai, Thailand, where we grow our signature...

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Jiaogulan Prevents Heart Attack and Stroke

Next to cancer, heart attacks and strokes are perhaps two of the most feared illnesses as we enter later life. And we have reason to be afraid. Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States. In 2006, over 600,600 people died...

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Jiaogulan Lowers Cholesterol

We all know that cholesterol is bad. Some recent statistics show some worrying facts: Approximately one in every six adults—16.3% of the U.S. adult population—has high total cholesterol. People with high total cholesterol have approximately twice the risk of heart...

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Jiaogulan Research on Heart Health

Do you want a healthy heart? Whether young or old, a healthy heart is the key to a healthy body. Fortunately, with all the stresses of life, there are aids to heart health like jiaogulan tea. Jiaogulan provides a healing boost to your heart. Research has found that...

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Jiaogulan Adaptogenic Research

If you are like most of us here on planet earth, you experience more stress than you’d like. And it’s true. Modern life is stressful. We no longer live a simple life. Environmental and psychological stresses make healthy living harder and harder. And...

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Jiaogulan Antioxidant Research

Background A leading researcher recently concluded that there is growing evidence that: “free radical damage caused by oxidation of cell membrane lipids and biological molecules is closely related to a variety of diseases such as diabetes, cancer,...

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History of Jiaogulan

Historically, the Chinese were the first to discover the medicinal benefits of jiaogulan. Though jiaogulan grows indigenously in many parts of Asia, the first recorded uses were in China in the 15th century. In 1406, during the Ming dynasty, a Chinese doctor named Zhu...

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Jiaogulan is an Antioxidant

You’ve probably already heard the bad news. Free radicals are produced in your body in higher quantities under times of stress and when you come into contact with environmental pollutants. These nasty little guys are responsible for the bodies aging, similar to...

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