Overindulgence tea

Did you overindulge on the weekend? The following is one of my favourite overindulgence Chinese herbal teas. You can grab these from any Asian grocery or contact me if you would like some delivered.

**This is not a customised tea, it may not be suitable for all people.

These 3 herbs work together to strengthen the digestive system, promote digestion and transforms food retention.

Mai Ya is barley. This is good for food stagnation. It is mainly used to facilitate digestion of starches and carbohydrates. Be aware that if breastfeeding, large amounts of barley could inhibit lactation. However small doses might promote lactation.

Shan Zha is hawthorn berry, and it’s one of my favourite herbs. It is sweet and sour in taste and is considered one of the strongest food stagnation herbs. It is particularly good if you are having problems digesting meats and fats. Shan Zha is also known for its cardiovascular benefits.

Chen Pi is the peel of an orange or a tangerine. It can help regulate your whole digestive system and is good for your spleen and stomach issues, including nausea, vomiting, belching, abdominal fullness, and distention or pain. It is bitter, which means it can help drain dampness. Dampness in your digestive system can affect your appetite and cause you to have loose stool, always be tired, and have a thick, greasy tongue coating.


▪ Shan Zha (Hawthorn berry) 10g

▪ Chen Pi (Peel of an orange or tangerine) 10g

▪ Mai Ya (Barley) 10g

Brewing Instructions:

1. Wash all the ingredients and place them in a pot
2. Add 500 ml water in the pot and bring it to boil
3. Use medium heat to cook for another 5 minutes.


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