- Pu-erh tea is made by kneading the harvested tea leaves, exposing them to sunlight, drying them in the sun, and then fermenting them in a jar for over a year. By this method, the tannins contained in the tea are fermented to bring out a unique flavor and taste.
- The rich and unique flavor of Chinese food has been used for a long time, and the saponin contained in Pu’erh tea washes away the oil remaining in the mouth and gives a refreshing feeling.
Features and Benefits
- Tea is a strong antioxidant, providing a general strengthening effect on the body, helps immunity and digestion, normalizes blood pressure, and prevents the development of atherosclerosis.
- Pu-erh is an indispensable drink for diseases of the gastrointestinal tract.
- This is the only tea that is not only not prohibited, but also recommended for people with duodenal ulcers and stomach ulcers.
- It improves the work of intestinal peristalsis, restores microflora, thanks to the properties acquired during long-term fermentation.
- It can be used for hot tea drinking in winter, and can be used for cold tea drinking in summer.
- Manufactured by a GMP-certified factory ratified by the Japan Health and Pharmaceutical Food Association.
How to use
<When using a tea pot>
- Put a bag of tea bag in a warm tea pot, pour boiling water over it, and wait 30 to 60 seconds for the first brew and a little time after the second brew, and then enjoy it to your liking.
<When using by boiling>
- When boiling, put a tea bag in about 1 liter of boiling water and simmer over low heat for about 2 to 3 minutes. When you get a good color and aroma, turn off the heat and keep it warm in a pot or cool it in the refrigerator. Please adjust the boiling time according to your taste according to the color and aroma of the tea.
- After boiling, if the tea is left in the original place, it may have a bitter taste, so take it out.
- Because this product uses natural materials as raw materials, There is a difference in taste and color, but there is no problem with quality.
- Please avoid direct sunlight, high temperature, high tide, and damp sunshine.