Other Names: Green Tea, Chai, Cha Yei, Mother Tincture, Camellia Sinensis
Traditional Usages: High Blood Pressure, Hypertension, Anti Aging, Hepatitis, Obesity, Cataracts, Hypothermia, Gum Diseases, Wounds, Dysentry, Angina, Anxiety, Baldness, Sunburn, Acne, Menopause, Night Sweats, Avian Flu, Drowiness, Allergy Skin Rashes, Aphrodisiac, Swollen Ankles
Resources: Asia, Cambodia, China, India, Tibet, Japan,
Parts Used: Leaves, Flowers
Green Tea, Peppermint, Chamomile, Catnip, Licorice Root - Herbal remedy for Heartburn: Herbal teas made from these herbs are very effective. One cup of any of these teas after dinner can relieve heartburn.
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