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What is Liangcha?
- Liangcha – The two Chinese characters have the meaning ‘cool’ or ‘cooling’ and ‘tea’. Therefore, liangcha is a ‘cooling tea’, which at FB Liangcha means ‘herbal cooling tea’, signifying that the tea is not from the camellia sinensis tea plant but are herbs that are cooling in nature.
Balance – Yin & Yang
- You’ve heard of Chinese ying and yang where everything is balanced. You’ve may even heard that everything we eat is either acidic or alkaline and that our modern diets are verging toward acid so you’ve may heard that we need to have a balance and eat more alkaline foods. All herbs too are classified as hot, warm, spicy, cold and cool. In Chinese traditional medicine, an illness that is warm must be treated by a cool herb. Conversely, an illness that is cool must be treated by a warming herb.
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