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Qi Stagnation Calming Tea | Oriental Remedies

Qi Stagnation Calming Tea


Qi Stagnation. To help, we have concocted a simple Calming Tea recipe. But first, let’s look at some common indicators of Qi Stagnation:

  • Depressed mood, nervous/anxious, timid, respond poorly in stressful situations
  • Emotionally unstable, overtly sensitive and suspicious, anxiety disorder, stiff neck and shoulders
  • Frequent sighing, heart palpitation, susceptible to insomnia, vivid dreams, headache, tightness in the throat
  • Particularly in women – Premenstrual tension, breast fullness before period, endometriosis, PCOS
  • Particularly in men – Loss of libido

 

Qi Stagnation was a topic explored in one of our corporate talks from September 2019. To know more about our talks, kindly contact us.

 


Recipe for

Fighting Qi Stagnation Calming Tea

 

Chrysanthemum gram
Dried Buddha’s hand gram
Wolfberries gram
Red Date piece

 

  • Put ingredients into a cup (300ml) and brew with hot water for a few minutes.
  • Let it cool a little, before drinking.
  • You may add rock sugar for added sweetness. A healthier alternative to consider is honey. For maximum health benefits, avoid adding sugar.

 

Ingredients for Qi Stagnation Calming Tea | Oriental Remedies

 

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