China is one of the most popular herbal teas in wang lao ji or wong lo kat canton. Wang lao ji is said to be a product that was named and sold by Wang Zebang (Wang Ji) from Heshan in Guangdong Province in 1828.
Currently sold as a herbal tea, the ingredients are from seven different herbs in China: "Water, White Sugar, Meson, Dan Hua, Bu Zha Ye (Microcos paniculata Linn), Chrysanthemum Flowers, Jin Yin Hua (Lonicera japonica Thunb.), Prunella vulgaris and licorice (A "Dan hua" refers to eggs but refers to the Apocynaceae species.)
This is a seven series that reveals the seven plant teas of Wang Lao Ji in FB Liangcha-Herbal Tea.
Wong One of Cat's most important herbs is Xia ku cao or Prunella vulgaris, commonly called self-healing, healing, earth-heart, and a herb in the Prunella family, a perennial herb throughout Europe, Asia and North America, the roots are spread underground, flowers blossom depending on the climate in other circumstances, but usually from June to August.
Gy For hunting purposes the whole plant is harvested when the flowers blossom and dry. Leaves and small flowers are all edible.
Everything is cured edible and healing, and can be used in salads, soups and roasts. Heals healing, all of which have been used for centuries in alternative medicine across the globe and almost all diseases.
- Plant Ingredients: betulinic acid, D-camphor, dolphinidine, hyperoside, manganese, oleolic acid, rosinic acid, routine, uric acid and tannins. , carminative, diuretic, stippy and tonic.
- Medical uses: Facial, diarrhea, oral cavity and throat, internal bleeding and liver and heart weakness
has antibacterial activity that inhibits growth of pseudomonas, Bacillus typhi, E. coli, Mycobacterium tuberculi. Therefore, it supports the use of the antibiotic as an alternative medicine inside and outside, and wounds and diseases are difficult to cure.
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