Use each type of ingredient and use approximately 1 full teaspoon of herbs per cup of tea. You may adjust the strength of the tea by steeping it longer or using more herbs for stronger tea. For weaker tea, use more water. Discard the herbs after using them once. Follow the directions below for the tea you are making. *Panax Ginseng should not be taken while you are ill or if a fever is present. Avoid acid fruits, acid fruit juices and vitamin C for three hours after taking Ginseng or Ho Shou Wu.
HORSE STANCE TEA — strengthens the legs, hips, muscles and joints, tonifies the lumbar region, relaxes the shoulders, and improves circulation.
RECOVERY TEA — restores health and builds vitality. Tonifies muscles, kidneys, and the central nervous system. Improves circulation, fluid metabolism and appetite. Take on the onset of recovery from illness. *[contains Chinese Panax Ginseng Root]
FIVE ELEMENT TEA — a perfectly blended tonic tea, blended according to the Five Element Theory (wood, fire, earth, metal, and water). This is an excellent general tonic for healthy people. It tonifies all the internal organs. *[contains Chinese Panax Ginseng Root & Ho Shou Wu].
LONGEVITY TEA — promotes long life. This original formula of Master Li Ch’ing Yuen, who lived to be 256 years old, contains the elixir of life *[Ho Shou Wu] and the king of Chinese herbs *[Panax Ginseng Root].
KUNG TEA — is a very powerful energy tonic. It provides warmth and energy to the muscles. It benefits digestion and metabolic functions, nourishes the chi and provides the body with long lasting energy. *[contains Chinese Panax Ginseng Root]
WEIGHT LOSS TEA ---- a natural way to lose weight without the nervousness and jittery feelings that amphetamines can produce. Does not contain any caffeine.
CHING TEA— also called “Vital Essence” or “Potency Tea”; it tonifies the sexual organs and is suggested for discomfort to the urinary tract, bladder, and/or the kidneys.
TRANQUILITY TEA— calms, relaxes and soothes the nerves. Helps relieve stress and tension
TAN TIEN TEA— warms the hands, feet, and belly (Tan Tien). Tonifies the stomach and spleen. Dispels cold energy, aids digestion, disperses stuck energy in the liver, and removes obstructions.