1. Chrysanthemum Luohanguo Pu’er Tea
Chrysanthemum clears heat and detoxifies, Luo Han Guo promotes fluid and quenches thirst, and has a laxative effect. Pu-erh tea can decompose fat and lower cholesterol. Use 6 grams of chrysanthemum Pu-erh tea and half a mangosteen, pour in 300 ml of boiling water, simmer for about ten minutes, and then drink. It should be noted that this method has a laxative effect. People with bad stomach should not drink chrysanthemum mangosteen Pu-erh tea.
2. Roselle peony tea
Roselle quenches thirst, lowers blood sugar and blood lipids; Cortex Moutan can promote blood circulation and remove blood stasis and improve blood circulation. Add roselle, peony, iron horse whip, and Tieguanyin to boiling water to brew. Suitable for people with hyperlipidemia and obesity.
Proportion: 7 grams of iron horse whip, 10 grams of roselle, 20 grams of peony bark, and 4 grams of Tieguanyin. Each time you brew 500ml of boiling water, it can be brewed three or four times in a row.
3. Polygonum multiflorum cassia seed tea
Cassia seed has the effect of lowering blood fat, cholesterol and diuresis, Polygonum multiflorum has the effect of lowering blood fat, and lotus leaf can reduce edema and blood fat. Add 50 grams of cassia seeds, 7 grams of Polygonum multiflorum, and 4 grams of lotus leaves into 500 ml of boiling waterto brew for 15 minutes. Each serving can be brewed about four times.
The tea can effectively eliminate excess body fat, lower blood cholesterol and triglyceride levels, and prevent and treat hyperlipidemia.