Buckwheat Tea (Bud)
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Buckwheat Tea(Bud)

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The Bitter Buckwheat tea offers immense health benefits and free from the harmful gluten.It is contains quercitrin,which is good for vasodilation and angina.

Product Description

BuckwheatWhat is Buckwheat and Bitter Buckwheat ?

What is the benefits of  Buckwheat Tea

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Bitter Buckwheat (Fagopyrum tataricum) is a domesticated food plant in the genus Fagopyrum in the family Polygonaceae.With another species in the same genus, common buckwheat, it is often counted as a cereal.

 

The Bitter Buckwheat tea offers immense health benefits and free from the harmful gluten.It is more bitter, but contains more rutin than common buckwheat.It also contains quercitrin,which is good for vasodilation and angina.

 

The Bitter Buckwheat tea not only has rich cereal roasted flavor,but also has high in B vitamins,as well as antioxidants such as rutin.This tea is used as part of a weight loss plan. Its high protein and mineral content helps curb appetite by making you feel full. Also known for treating hypertension and diabetes.

 

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Brewing Guide
Use 1 tea bag for every 250ml of water.Steep buckwheat in hot water at 95°c (203°F).The best taste from the 1st and 2nd brewing,gradually increase steeping time for subsequent brewing.After last brewing,we can eat the buckwheat as rice

 

Additional Information

Weight 0.325 kg
Dimensions 8.5 x 8.5 x 15 cm
Brand

A Lu

Shelf Life

12 Months

Manufacture

Honghe

Minority

Yi

Style

Loose Buckwheat Tea (Bud)

Net Weight

260 G

Storage

Avoid direct sunlight

Certification

Geographical Indications, Quality Standard, Yunnan Famous Brand

Brewing Guide

Use 1 tea bag for every 250ml of water.Steep buckwheat in hot water at 95°c (203°F).The best taste from the 1st and 2nd brewing,gradually increase steeping time for subsequent brewing.After last brewing,we can eat the buckwheat as rice

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