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Yomogi Cha, Artemisia Princeps Herbal Tea

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  • All natural. Contains no caffeine, additives or preservatives.
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Principal Uses

  • Beautifying skin and reducing blemishes, age-spots and sun damage
  • Alleviating bacteria-induced skin conditions 
  • Improving skin's blood circulation
  • Relieving inflammatory joint discomfort and sciatic pain 

Made from premium wild harvested leaves of Japanese Yomogi (Artemisia Princeps). Yomogi is the Japanese "wonder herb" member of the chrysanthemum family. 

The first mention of Yomogi as an herbal treatment is in the ancient medical book "Meiibetsuroku" published in 500 AD. It describes Yomogi as a source of healing power for whatever ails a person.

Yomogi leaves contain Vitamins A, B1, B2 and C, as well as minerals such as iron, calcium and phosphorus. They give off a fresh, spring-like fragrance because they contain cineole and other essential oils.  

Beside making tea, Japanese use Yomogi leaves for bathing (Yomogi Yu), making soap (Yomogi Sekken) and even to make sweet rice cakes called Yomogi mochi. 

Easy to prepare and commonly served hot or cold. 

50 grams (1.8 oz) in resealable, moisture-proof bag.

Also available in 120 grams pack

Wild Harvested, All Natural

Dried, processed and packed using traditional Japanese techniques undergoing minimal processing.


Wild harvested in subtropical
highlands of Miyazaki region
of Kyushu island, southern Japan.

Type: Herbal
Region: Miyazaki Prefecture, Japan
Caffeine: None
Flavor: Refreshing, pleasantly vegetal
Color: Light yellow/green
Ingredients: 100% Japanese Yomogi leaves
Net Weight: 50 grams (makes about 40 cups)
Product of Japan

How to Brew

The Japanese Senjiru Method

Senjiru is a time-tested Japanese method for brewing herbal teas. It is used to yield the maximum goodness locked deep in the leaves, and to deliver the optimum combination of aroma, flavor and color.

Senjiru brewing is basically a rapid boil, followed by a simmer and then a cool down period.

How to Brew Loquat Tea (Biwa Cha)

See How To Brew Japanese Herbal Teas: The Traditional "Senjiru" Method for more information.


1. Kazuo Izawa, Color Encyclopedia of Medicinal Herbs, Shufunotomo-sha, p706, 1998
2. Koutarou Murakami, Herbal remedy, Houken, p74-75, 1995
3. Masao Kobayashi, Japanese Medicinal Herbs, Noubunkyou, 1987

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  1. Delicious and Healthy

    Posted by Ivanka from Los Angeles on 12th Jun 2013

    Delicious and Healthy , great for your skin. I love this company, all their products are top notch. Packaging is just beautiful, including the little gift they include. I enjoy this with the Detox tea.

  2. Wonderfully refreshing

    Posted by Meredith on 29th Dec 2012

    This tea is delicious. It has a greeny-lemony taste, very fresh and reviving. Unusual but good. Healthful and enjoyable.

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