Monday, July 9, 2012

Mulberry and Feverfew Tisanes

heat dissipation, clearing away the lung-heat, soothing throat, removing liver heat and brightening the eyes, also acting on wind-heat type cold.

Making method: 
put 10 grams of mulberry leaves and feverfew respectively as well as 3 grams of licorice into the pot for slight boiling, and then remove the residue, and finally add a little sugar.

By Explore Cultural China

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