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  • Harvest: 2021
  • Origin: Sichuan, China
  • Caffeine : < 50mg/Cup (Low Caffeinated) 
  • Grade: Supreme ★★★★☆
  • Brew Ratio: 1:40~50
  • Expired Date: 18 Months
  • Storage Conditions: Dry, Refrigerated, No odor, Well-Sealed, Sunshine Shielded, Low Temperature;  

1. What is Qing Cheng Xue Ya tea and what are its health benefits?

Qing Cheng Xue Ya is a new variety of green tea that was developed in the Sichuan province of China. The name Qing Cheng means Green City and was applied to this special type of green tea because its first use as a medicinal herb was intended for city dwellers during the Ming Dynasty period (1368-1644). In those days, it had been common practice for people living in cities to drink fragrant teas such as Oolong teas, whereas fresh green teas were traditionally consumed by country folks who lived less polluted lives. Thus, it became customary for city citizens to take Qing Cheng with them on trips into the mountains and countryside so they could enjoy its refreshing taste and healthy properties during their respite from daily city life. Qing Cheng has the distinction of being the first green tea to be commercially developed in China, and it is still produced in its traditional homeland of Sichuan province.

The benefits of Qing Cheng Xue Ya tea are outlined below:

-Prevents various types of cancers due to its anti-cancerous properties.

-Boost up the immune system of the body helping it fight against various diseases.

-Strengthens blood vessels and keeps a check on heart-related problems.

-It contains a good amount of powerful antioxidants which help in removing free radicals from the body.

-It is a good fungus and bacterial inhibitor which helps in maintaining a healthy life.

-Maintaining proper blood sugar levels due to its anti-diabetic properties.

2. How to brew the Qing Cheng Xue Ya tea for the best flavor

Brewing the Qing Cheng Xue Ya tea for the best flavor is not difficult, but it does require a few specific steps. Here is how to do it:

  • Bring water to a boil and let it cool slightly before pouring it over the tea leaves.
  • Steep for 3-5 minutes, depending on your desired strength.
  • Enjoy!

3. Tips on how to store the Qing Cheng Xue Ya tea so it stays fresh longer

Once you have your Qing Cheng Xue Ya, it is important to store it properly so that it stays fresh and retains its flavor. Here are some tips on how to do that:

-Store the tea in an airtight container. This will help keep the tea from absorbing any other flavors or aromas and will prevent it from getting stale.

-Make sure that you store the tea in a cool, dark place away from sunlight since these elements can age the leaves.

-Ideally, you will want to store your Qing Cheng Xue Ya loose or rolled up in an airtight container somewhere at room temperature to keep it fresh for as long as possible. This way, you can enjoy the tea on a regular basis without it losing its flavor.

4. Side effects of drinking too much Qing Cheng Xue Ya tea 

There are some potential side effects of drinking too much Qing Cheng Xue Ya tea. These can include nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. In some cases, people who drink too much Qing Cheng Xue Ya tea may also experience a rapid heart rate and dizziness. If you experience any of these side effects, stop drinking the tea and seek medical help.

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