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Drinking rock tea will make you get inflamed. Is this a "rumor" or something else?

Drinking rock tea will make you get inflamed. Is this a "rumor" or something else?

Recently I replenished a lot of new rock tea, but many tea friends say they are afraid of "drink injury" like "getting inflamed". It sounds funny, but inflammation can be often heard in most Chinese lives. Swollen gums, mouth ulcers, acne, inner heat, etc., when these symptoms occur, we will use the word "on fire" to summarize all these phenomenons and causes which making us produce bad physical and psychological experience. In TCM theory, excessive fire is caused by the imbalance between Yin and Yang, resulting in excessive Yang qi and internal heat syndrome. Once on fire, you have to think...


What is the “Congwei” of Wuyi Laocong Shuixian?

What is the “Congwei” of Wuyi Laocong Shuixian?
Lao Cong Shuixian is one of the four famous names of Wuyi Rock Tea. It is represented by Dahongpao and Cinnamon, which is the representative of Weibei Oolong Tea. The leaves of Lao Cong Shuixian are soft and rich in nutrients.
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