Xiao Yao San Tea, 10 bags
Got patients with liver qi stagnation? Get them some xiao yao san pills and tea. We don't carry the pills because most patents are similar, but they do lose volatile oils. Thankfully we preserve them with this tea.
Get your patients happy before they see you.
When you are considering slapping someone. Liver qi stagnation, poor sleep, and general grumpiness. We pour this for patients right in the waiting room so they are relaxed and nice when we see them.
Highlights of this batch:
The herbs are ground, filtered through a sieve, thicker herbs will be reground for consistent dissolving, then they will be further dried and sterilized with UV light before being carefully packed.
Preparation: Place 1-2 teabags into a mug and add 1 cup of boiling water. Cover and wait 2 minutes for the first brew and allow 1 additional minute for subsequent brews. Re-brew the same tea bags throughout the day with boiling water until the flavor disappears.
Storage: Please store the tea in a cool and dry place. Keep away from direct sunlight. Keep the tea sealed and refrigerate after opening. Finish it within a month after opening.
This product has no preservatives so it's important to keep it in a cool and dry place and once it's open please finish it as soon as possible. Refrigerate after opening is a great idea.
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