Tea for Stability - A wild vine native to southern China, jiaogulan (JEE-ow-goo-lan) is described by local inhabitants as the “immortality herb.” Ancient cultures believe this adaptogenic herb, similar to ginseng, could benefit the whole body. Recognized for over a thousand years for its anti-aging, anti-anxiety and antioxidant properties, Jiaogulan is thought in Chinese culture to provide unusual longevity. This fragrant, healthy cuppa is infused with monk fruit, a celebrated natural sweetener, and a hint of spicy ginger root. Refreshing sipped hot or over ice.
Steeping herbal tea is easy. Simply heat fresh, filtered water to a rolling boil. Then pour water over tea and steep for 5-7 minutes if using a tea bag or full-leaf.
Jiaogulan leaves, monk fruit and ginger root
Country of Origin
What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...
Great and unexpected
November 16, 2013
Never considered myself a fan of ginger nor herbal teas. Got it on a whim to meet a free shipping limit and because I wanted something for late at night with no caffeine. It ended up being the highlight of the order, and is definitely something I plan to keep in stock full time.
October 30, 2013
Very delicate flavor; love the touch of ginger. I find that this tea is very calming for me. Keeps me centered. I add just a touch more ginger because I drink it at night and the ginger helps relieve/prevent any acid reflux. I will continue to buy!
My new favorite
October 21, 2013
West Palm Beach, FL
Just arrived. Having my first cup. It's awesome. First impression of the scent is medicinal, but it's so good with the Chai Spice Honey for Tea. Tip: let it steep the full 7 minutes.
October 11, 2013
My favorite tea. PLEASE make a 250 bag option.
Weird. I call it my "medicine tea".
July 27, 2013
I bought 5 teas from ROT in the same order. This was my least favorite and the "wild card" tea as I had never heard of it. It has a very odd smell that turned me off right away. It smells like stewed bok choy before being brewed. That smell is less noticable after brewing and the basic taste is not bad. The monk fruit add a nice sweetness but the ginger is very mild. I have to add sweetener, like stevia or splenda, to cut the bok choy flavor. I drink it beciase it might be good for me, not because it tastes awesome.