Ginseng Green Dragon - Green Tea For Energy
Ginseng Green Dragon belongs in the Tea Hall of Fame, if such a place exists. If you desire to become swift and deadly like a Ninja warrior, or simply want to live to be 200, this tea will help you get there.
The benefits of this tea are so numerous, you better pull up a chair, because this is going to take a while. First, Green Tea. You already know the basics: antioxidant, anti-aging, metabolic support, blood sugar balance, brain and memory support, digestive support... The list goes on.
Next is Red Ginseng, a classic and ancient herb touted to restore health, vigor, and energy. And then there is Jiao Gu Lan, a South Asian herb nicknamed "the immortality herb" due to its reputation as a promoter of longevity among the people who consume it regularly. Although Jiao Gu Lan is unrelated to Ginseng, it shares some of the same chemical compounds that make Ginseng so special.
As a matter of fact, Jiao Gu Lan contains significantly MORE of those amazing compounds than Ginseng, incredibly enough. The potential health benefits of drinking Green Dragon include, but are not limited to: metabolic support, promotes healthy cholesterol and blood pressure, supports normal blood sugar levels, mental sharpness, stress reduction, lung health, liver support, energizing, man, I'm getting tired typing all of this and I am not even close to being finished, but you get the idea.
This tea is literally so good for you, you would be silly to not drink it on a regular basis*. Besides, it tastes pretty darn great: smooth, slightly sweet, distinctly unique, and high ranking on the drinkability scale.
Ingredients: certified organic Dragonwell Green tea, wildcrafted Jiao Gu Lan, certified organic Red Ginseng
Brewing instructions: steep 1 teaspoon Ginseng Green Dragon in 6 oz hot water (170 degrees) for 90 seconds to 2 minutes. Adjust amounts and steeping times to personal preference. Make sure to reuse the leaves for a second, third, and fourth cup. Then, go forth into the world and conquer.
*Standard disclaimer: These statements have not been approved by the FDA; this tea is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease.