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Dokudami Cha Fresh Organic Japanese Medicinal Herbal Tea

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* Dokudami-cha, Herbal Tea * Japan's Finest Herbal-Medicinal Tea! Dark green color, bold taste and intensly aromatic! Each 100 gram (3.5 oz) package will provide over 75 cups of strong tea! This tea is fresh from the current harvest. Please allow a few extra days for shipping; the recent rains have slowed down harvesting. There are NO large commercial farms here, so you will NEVER see this hand picked tea on store shelves! None of our tea is pre-packaged for commercial sale. Every single pouch is professionally hand packed sealed especially for YOUR order only! Pictures may take a few moments to load! Enjoy your tea hot or cold! DOKUDAMI is a perennial plant, which goes by a variety of other names as well, including Heartleaf, Chinese Lizard-tail, and Osaengcho in Korean. One of the top ten healing herbs in Japan, Dokudami is easily one of the most revered and popular herbal medicines. In traditional medicine it’s used both fresh and dry. When fresh, it’s applied as a poultice, added to the bath, eaten as a salad, and pressed for its juice. In dry form it’s decocted as tea and made into a medicinal powder. In terms of medical uses, it is regarded as a panacea or cure-all. Indeed, its other common name, juuyaku means ten drugs in one! It is considered to be an antidotal astringent, diuretic, a mild laxative, anti-inflammatory, urinary antiseptic, analgesic, anti-tussive, and vulnerary. Internally, it is used for dyspepsia, infectious skin diseases, pernicious malaria, infected sores, snakebites, tumors, cancer, cough, dysentery, enteritis, fever, gastritis, hemoptysis, laryngitis, lung abscess, chronic bronchitis, pneumonia, pertusis, hemorrhoids, pharyngitis, chronic uterine or cervical infection, leprospirosis, otitis media, cystitis, urinary infection, and mastitis. Applied externally it is used for abscesses, hemorrhoids, snakebite, swellings, boils, injuries, and to stimulate bone growth. Dokudami is a known detoxifier, cleansing the system by acting as a mild laxative and diuretic. In traditional Japanese medicine, toxins in the system are seen as the source of disease. This plant was seen as moving the toxins out of the body and thereby removing the source of disease. This plant is so popular, that the current Japanese Medicines Codex, prepared by the Japanese Ministry of Health and Welfare, approves it as a diuretic. In this modern age, very few medicinal plants retain a place in the Japanese Medicines Codex! When a person needs gentle detoxification, Dokudami is the plant. DOKUDAMI is regarded in Japanese, Korean, and Chinese herbal medicine as a cure all remedy. The constituents that give it its unique smell help prevent the growth of mold and have a strong antibacterial effect. Traditionally, it has also been used to counteract various toxins and poisons. In regards to its ancient uses, the plant's common name is highly telling. Doku means poison and dami means blocking. Dokudami translates to "the poison blocking plant". Tea made from DOKUDAMI leaves also has a diuretic effect and helps relieve constipation. DOKUDAMI has inhibitory, disinfectant and antimicrobial properties and is excellent for clearing acne, eczema and other skin ailments. DOKUDAMI is also a strong blood detoxifier and alkalyzer.and also contains other anti-aging properties. It contains a hearty amount of fiber, Calcium, Potassium, Vitamin C, Beta Carotene and also contains Omega 3 and Omega 6 essential fatty acids. The name DOKUDAMI literally means "protection from poison". In Japan, prior to the appearance of modern physicians, extracted herbs were popular in traditional "Kampo" medicine. The ancient Japanese used DOKUDAMI in the forms of infusion, salves, medicines and medical applications. Important! Not all Dokudami Teas are the same! Do yourself a favor, Don't buy Dokudami Herbal Tea unless you are 100% certain that it comes from here in Japan! The Dokudami herb is native to Japan, and picks up different (unknown) properties when grown in other parts of the world. Sadly, much of the the dokudami tea you may see sold today comes from china and vietnam. Our tea is organically grown right here in the mountains of Ome-shi Tokyo Japan! No chemicals, fertilizers or pesticides have ever touched this tea, from the day the seeds were planted, until your cup is filled! We won't even use fuel-powered farm equipment here, now that is truly organic! We provide Prompt Shipping and careful wrapping. Standard Shipping has been taking 2-4 Weeks. Expedited Shipping has been taking 7-14 days. We will combine orders to save on shipping costs. I have quoted the standard SAL (International Air Service 2-4 Weeks) and Expedited AIR (similar to Global Priority 7-14 days). If you MUST have your package faster, you may also request the more expensive EMS (Global Express 1 Week or less). Visit our Store for more great items!
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