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Kuding Tea (Bitter Tea)

Kuding Tea (Bitter Tea)

Kuding Tea (Bitter Tea)

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Conversion: 50g=1.76oz

  • 50g ( $6.80 )
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  • 150g ( $17.90 )
  • 200g ( $22.80 )
  • 500g/1.1lb ( $54.00 )

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    Kuding tea is a traditional Chinese natural health tea. It's literally bitter nail tea in Chinese. Grown in the forest of Southern China, it is a very unique and special tea known for its bitterness. This tea has been known to help with the function of the liver, heart and kidney. Regular consumption of Kuding tea helps to reduce blood pressure and controls obesity to help promote weight loss. That's why most Chinese people drink no side effect Kuding everyday instead of diet pill.
    To be honest, this tea is not for enjoyment, it's bitter. but if you care about health, this is what this tea could do for you according to traditional Chinese medicine: Disperse wind-heat, get rid of inflammation, resolve toxin, improve digestion and improve focus and memory and more. If you can't bear the bitter, don't worry, we provide a mildly version: Small Leaf Kuding
    In Chinese, “ku” means bitter, describing the taste, and “ding” means nail, or a small piece, indicating the shape of the tea leaves. It is a unique Chinese tea. It does not fall into any tea categories of green, black, oolong or white tea, which are all made from the leaves of Camellia Sinensis.
    The Tea is a traditional health drink, known for its many medicinal properties as stated above, it is additionally considered to be cooling, detoxifying, promoting blood circulation and aiding digestion.It is made from the leaf of Broadleaf Holly which belongs to the Folium Llicis Latifoliae family. It is mostly produced in the provinces of Yunnan, Hainan, and Fujian,China.
    Brewing Guide: 
    Steep tea one or two spikes or pieces of Kuding in hot water at 175F to 195F for 1 to 2 minutes for the first and second brewing. Generally, only 1 or 2 leaves in a mug is enough for you, its bitter is not a joke, otherwise, the bitterness is overpowering.
    Gradually increase steeping time and temperature for subsequent brewing. Since this tea has a very concentrated taste, it is suggested to brew this tea with less tea leaves and more water.

    Our default mode of transport is the International Air Express. It ensures that your package arrives to your destination efficiently and securely. Oriental tea store ships the goods worldwide to nearly any countries of world covering North and South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Oceania, and more.
    If you want to wholesale our product or any other problems, please contact us. We will reply you within 24 hours.
    Worldwide shiping cost at 6 USD per order. Free shipping on orders over 39 USD.
    Weight Conversion:
                 50g=1.76oz=0.11 lb
               100g=3.53oz=0.22 lb
               150g=5.29oz=0.33 lb
               200g=7.05oz=0.44 lb
              500g=17.64oz=1.10 lb
    1kg=1000g=1000g=2.20 lb
    Fahrenheit and Celsius Conversion Formulas:
    °F = °C x 9/5 + 32
    °C = (°F - 32)  x  5/9
    100°C = 212°F

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