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Osmanthus is a small Asian tree whose flowers are famous for their delicious fragrance, often used in luxury products. The flowers come from the plantation and are produced twice a yea, in January and June. They are blended, at the beginning of the oxidization process, at a oolong that is only slightly oxidized and rolled, of the Doi Mae Salong plantation, in Thaïland's golden triangle. The Ching Ching cultivar, grown atà 1.500m, offers a smooth and flowery note, and is poor in caffeine. A tea to discover!
Tea and health
According to Chinese traditional medicine, oolong (wulong) blue-green teas are good for the cardiac system, help reduce fatigue by stimulating the nervous system, eliminate toxins, favour digestion, regulate the urinary system... A daily intake of these teas (6 to 9 g) has relaxing and anti-stress effects, also supporting weight loss by improving the metabolism of lipids.
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