Combat hot and humid weather with our Dampness Relief Tea. Containing a blend of 12 different kinds of herbs, it is formulated to clear away internal heat and dampness (excess moisture) trapped in the body.
● Clears heat and detoxifies the body
● Strengthens the spleen and stomach
● Promotes urine production and drains dampness (excess moisture) from the body
● Improves flow of Qi (energy) and blood impeded by dampness in the body
● Replenishes fluids in the body and quenches thirst
● Relieves sore throat, dry mouth, boils, damp-heat diarrhea, and painful urination
● Clears heat from the heart and calms the spirit, thereby alleviating irritability, restless sleep, etc.
Suitable for whom:
Recommended for individuals who are prone to dampness and excess internal heat. For instance, having a preference for cold, raw, sweet, greasy, deep-fried, or spicy foods; often staying in an air-conditioned environment; frequently staying up late; or having a lack of exercise.
Rinse herbs before use. Add sufficient water to cover the herbs in a pot. Bring it to a boil and simmer for 15 minutes.Serve it warm.
3 to 4 servings
Best kept refrigerated
Irregular eating and poor dietary habits—such as consuming excessive cold drinks; dairy products; rich fatty meats; deep-fried foods; sugar and sweeteners; alcohols—can weaken our digestive center (spleen and stomach). This in turn impedes fluid distribution and removal of waste from the body, leading to the accumulation of dampness (excess moisture) in the body.
In TCM, dampness is commonly associated with edema (water retention); phlegm in the lungs; loose stools or diarrhea; stomach distension; achy joints and limbs; gout; excess weight gain; fatty deposits build-up in the arteries; eczema flare-up; susceptibility to acne; oily skin; cysts; excessive vaginal discharge; vaginal yeast infection; sinus infections, etc.
Dampness can also combine with heat and lead to damp-heat syndrome. This can be contributed by an unhealthy diet—such as consuming excessive alcohol, deep-fried, spicy, or greasy foods—or prolonged exposure to the summer heat. Signs of damp-heat include loose stools with blood or mucus; cloudy deep yellow urine; burning sensation during urination; red tongue with thick yellow coating; nausea; heaviness of the body and limbs.
The information above serves as a general guide only. Please consult a licensed TCM practitioner for a more accurate diagnosis and treatment.
Common Bombax Flower, Capillary Wormwood, Hypoglaucous Collett Yam Rhizome, Akebia Stem, Corncob, Ricepaper Pith, Rush Pith, Lotus Root, Oriental Waterplantain Rhizome, Chinese Barley, Cooked Chinese Barley, White Hyacinth Bean, Red Beans
Mù mián huā (木棉花), Jūn chén (茵陈), Chuān tài (川太), Mù tōng (木通), Yù mǐ xīn (玉米芯), Tōng cǎo piàn (通草片), Dēng xīn cǎo (灯心草), Lián ǒu (莲藕), Zé xiè (泽泻), Yì mǐ (薏米), Chǎo yì mǐ (炒薏米), Biǎn dòu (扁豆), Chì xiǎo dòu (赤小豆)
Product of Singapore