Are you feeling chilled?
Making a cup of Wintea and let it warm your body to drive away the cold, like your window keeping you away from unexpected rains and snows?
A cup of Wintea could help you feel energetic, confident and healthier throughout the winter. In fact, there are many other uses of this tea that you may not know about.
One tea bag makes one cup; use at least one cup a day in the morning. Add another cup throughout the day or in the evening if desired, as a daily routine in winter.
If you start to feel chilled, nauseous, bloated or have an upset stomach: use two tea bags per cup, brew in boiling water for at least ten minutes. Two servings a day in the morning and afternoon is optimal.
For Wind-Cold Type of Common Cold
If experience a sensation of coldness, headache, runny nose, sore throat and lack of sweat etc., use three to four tea bags, mixed with 3 pieces of onion (the while onion head), three large spoons of brown sugar (white sugar will not work), boiling together on fire in 400-500ml (or two cups) of water for ten minutes (Do not use a pot made from steel), and consume while it is warm. Cover yourself tightly in bed for the night.
Use two tea bags per cup, brew in boiling water for at least ten minutes. Two serves a day in the morning and at night. Use for ten days, then for another ten days after a three day break.
Use three tea bags per cup, steep in boiling water for eight to ten minutes for relief. For the best results, add ten grams of brown sugar. If the symptoms are serious, use four tea bags, with 20 grams of brown sugar, boil together on fire in 400-500ml water (two cups) for 10 minutes (Do not use a steel pot), and drink while warm.
Morning sickness (Mild)
Use two to four tea bags per cup, brew in boiling water with a lid for 15 minutes before consuming. One serving a day; used tea bags can be reused until they yield no more color and taste. Repeat for three to seven days for optimal results.
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