Storage conditionsStore in a dry, dark place in a jar with a tight-fitting lid.
Qing Shan Shui Xiu (beautiful nature) or young Kudin. It is often referred to as green tea, but in fact it is not from the tea leaves, and the leaves of the evergreen broadleaf Holly, category variegated holly and privet. From the leaves of the same tree made of mate. This tea is rich in antioxidants and traditional Chinese medicine describes the Ku Ding Cha as the grass, which supports blood circulation, lowers blood pressure, lowers cholesterol, is able to clear his head and has a strong detoxifying. Moreover, it slows down the aging of the brain and heart and helps maintain a healthy body weight. It is widely used to treat colds, rudd, headaches and a runny nose. Other interesting properties of this herb include the ability to eliminate halitosis caused even more garlic. Chinese often stir the tea having remarkable flavor additives, such as chrysanthemum and rose bud. Taste young Kudina gor