What are the effects of agarwood tea

Speaking of the word “Agarwood”, everyone who has read “The Baolian Lantern” must know it. Speaking of “The Baolian Lantern”, this can also be regarded as the memory of a generation. However, “Agarwood” is not just the one that many people are familiar with. The name of a person is still a kind of wood, a kind of spice, and a kind of tea; today we are going to talk about the knowledge of agarwood tea. What do you know about agarwood tea? What are the effects of agarwood tea? Let us understand together Bar.

What are the effects of agarwood tea

Aquilaria sinensis is a plant belonging to the Aquilaria family, which is most suitable for the growth of Aquilaria in the west coast of Guangdong. Bai Muxiang is used as medicine for its resin-containing wood, and the medicinal material is called Agarwood. It is the authentic source of domestic Chinese medicine Agarwood and the only plant resource for the production of Chinese medicine Agarwood in my country. Its function is the same as the resin-containing wood of the imported Chinese medicine Aquilaria (Aq-uilariaagallocha Roxb). Chinese medicine Agarwood is a traditional precious medicinal material and precious natural spice in China, Japan, India and other Southeast Asian countries.

Agarwood tea is extremely rich in essential life elements, such as calcium, zinc, iron, manganese, etc. and vitamins. It is a good supplement of special nutrients for the human body and an important basis for maintaining normal life activities of the human body. Elimination of this unfavorable factor is of great benefit.

Long-term drinking can not only cultivate the body, but also prevent diseases, anti-aging, and strengthen the physical fitness. It is a rare green drink suitable for long-term drinking. Agarwood also has anti-arrhythmia and anti-myocardial ischemia pharmacological effects. Experiments show that agarwood tea can significantly improve the effects of aging of the cardiovascular and cerebrovascular areas (arteriosclerosis, coronary heart disease, arrhythmia, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, stroke, etc.), and can effectively remove garbage from the body and prevent diseases.

Classification of agarwood tea:

Agarwood black tea: Agarwood black tea is processed into agarwood black tea using the fresh leaves of the precious medicinal material Agarwood through modern technology and Anhua black tea. Agarwood black tea changes the initial astringency of traditional black tea and exerts the astringency of agarwood. The efficacy of the drug has preserved the efficacy of black tea.

Agarwood black tea: Agarwood black tea is produced in Guangxi and Guangdong. Agarwood black tea not only highlights the medicinal value of agarwood, but also retains the mellow, fresh gastrointestinal digestion and appetite characteristics of black tea.

In 2013, agarwood black tea won a national patent product

Taking method

Raw materials: agarwood 5g, scented tea 3g.

Usage: Use 200ml of boiling water to make a drink, brew until the taste is light. Function: When the temperature drops, it warms the kidneys and absorbs qi.

Uses: qi, cough, wheezing, vomiting, hiccups, abdominal distension and pain; weakness and cold waist and knees.

Source: Traditional herbal tea prescription.

Specific matters

There are many forms of taking agarwood. Ordinary agarwood is suitable for burning incense for the Buddha to practice meditation and enter concentration. Due to the high oil content of Agarwood, it is easier to ignite, long-term inhalation and sinking into the spice, it is no different from taking it, and it has the same curative effect.

As for the best agarwood, because of its rich oil content, it is not easy to ignite, and it is expensive, it is a pity to burn, so it can be chopped into pieces of appropriate size, placed in a “stone pot”, and covered with clear water (mineral water is better) When agarwood block noodles are heated and boiled, the fire must be stopped immediately (otherwise the stone cover will be popped, because the agarwood is very aggressive), and you can start drinking at about 60°C.

Some people suggest brewing it in 100 ℃ hot water for more than two hours, and when the temperature reaches 50 ℃ ~ 60 ℃, drink it slowly. Of course, if it is used to treat diseases, it is not suitable to be used as a decoction, and it is better to use it as a powder. Go through a sieve of 120 mesh or more, preferably a pearl sieve of 250 mesh, which is easier to be washed.

The simplest method of making agarwood tea is very simple: cut agarwood into small pieces, put it in water and boil it to become agarwood tea. The aroma of agarwood is released and dissolves in the water, making the water full of aroma, and the aroma that comes out makes people drunk. The tea water boiled with agarwood is used to soak the aged Pu’er, and the fragrance is added to the fragrance.

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