Eucommia tea

Tea has been used for many centuries for medicinal purposes. Ancient Chinese medicine is one alternative use for tea. Tea is used for all kinds of ailments. Some teas can even prevent or treat various kinds of cancer. There is tree in China called the Eucommia ulmoides tree. This tree is also known as the hardy rubber tree and is where we get Eucommia tea from. The tree grows to about 60 feet tall in the warmer climates of the world. Eucommia tea is extracted from the bark of this tree and is used in traditional Chinese medicine. In fact anywhere from 7 to 10% of all medicinal teas in China include Eucommia tea. Eucommia tea contains no artificial coloring or preservatives. It helps to improve body metabolism and strengthens the muscular skeletal system. The tea is also useful in regulating blood pressure and weight control. It also helps rejuvenate skin elasticity and helps to strengthen the lower back and knees.

The Eucommia ulmoides three needs to be at least 10 years old before it is suitable for harvesting. The bark is gathered between April and June and is used in making this tea. The spring months are when the bark is most potent for medicinal uses. The bark is dried and then the outer layers are removed to expose and collect a white threadlike portion inside to make the tea. This tea treats many kinds of ailments. It has strong detoxification elements and can promote cleansing of the kidneys, colon and urinary tract. Ecuommia is the overall detoxification agent that is used to remove toxins from the blood. Eucommia tea can also boost the body’s immune system so that regular users of this tea are better able to fight off and resist diseases and illnesses.

The most prominent medicinal use for eucommia tea is to treat lower back pain and the pain. Because the tea can strengthen the lower body and cleanse the liver and kidney it helps help maintain overall health of these organs. The tea is also famous for providing joint lubrication and functionality. It is also used to strengthen tendons. Eucommia tea also promotes strong bone health. When Eucommia tea is used regularly it can produce age defying benefits. Many people who drink this tea claim they feel lighter in mood and younger. This tea can also promotes weight loss and helps to maintain long-term weight management. The tea is used a lot in Chinese medicine because of its mild nature. It is also well known for its abilities to lower blood pressure.

Studies done in Japan showed that using Eucommia tea for one full month can reduce abdominal fat. However not everyone is able to drink this tea as some people claim to have stomach pain or insomnia after using. It is best to drink Eucommia tea hot and without sugar. The nutritional content of the tea is diluted if you let it sit longer than one hour after brewing. You should not drink this tea on empty stomach or before going to bed. It is best to drink this tea immediately after eating a meal. If you are taking medications of any kind is best to consult with your doctor before using Eucommia tea as it may appear with lipid lowering medication. Patients who have severe heart or kidney disease should not drink too much this tea at a time.

You can purchase eucommia tea online from many vendors. This tea is sold in various forms such as bulk organic, loose leaf and in tea bags. You can also buy Eucommia tea in pill form. There are various brands and products on the market today. To get the best pricing on this tea is best to do comparison shopping. It is also best to buy pure organic Eucommia tea to avoid pesticides and other toxins.

Last updated on Mar 3rd, 2011 and filed under Alternative Medicine. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

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