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Botanical Biohacking Warm Hearth Er Chen Er Zhu tea 30 teabags
Warm Hearth Tea is the formula Er Chen Er Zhu tang, a classical modification of Er Chen tang with two kinds of atractylodes: Bai Zhu (white) and Cang Zhu (red). Bai zhu is exemplary for warming and drying the Spleen and Lungs and lifting Qi from the digestive to respiratory systems.
Cang Zhu is notable for its drying capacity and the Imperial grade used in this tea is incredibly high in antifungal volatile terpenes. The addition of Guang Huo Xiang / Agastache brings an enhanced lifting and warming effect to the formula.
Traditionally used for relief from:
We love this for conditions dominated by cold-damp in the digestive and respiratory systems such as low morning appetite, sleep apnea, as well as certain presentations of nausea, migraine headache and yeast overgrowth.
Boil water and add 1-4 teabags. Steep covered for 10-20 minutes, strain and sip. OK to re-brew the teabags several times until no flavor or aroma remains. (See our video on brewing tea here):
Learn more about the benefits of Warm Hearth Tea:
Unlike most of the Er Chen on the market using Fa Ban Xia, BB uses the original Ban Xia Qu, the fermented mix of Ban Xia (Pinellia), ginger juice, shen qu, etc. This is the true traditional preparation. It’s more difficult to make but for potentially life saving application, they take every effort for additional quality.
In the pharmacopeia, it’s required that Huo Xiang’s leaf : stem ratio be no less than 1:4. That’s what is normally available on the market. Our leaf : stem ratio is ≥1:2. Making it more leaf and more of the treasured volatile oils which cause it to aromatically transform dampness.
This product is additive and preservative free. It’s important to store it in a cool and dry place. If vacuum seal is broken, do not use. Keep refrigerated after opening.
Ingredients: Pinellia, Citrus peel, Poria, Licorice, White & Red Atractylodes, Agastache (Ban Xia, Chen Pi, Fu Ling, Gan Cao, Bai Zhu, Cang Zhu, Huo Xiang)