Yomogi is the Japanese "wonder herb" member of the chrysanthemum family. Yomogi extract is used in leading cosmetics for beautifying skin and diminishing aging spots.
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.
Easy to prepare and commonly served hot or cold.
This tea is prepared from freshly-picked leaves, which are not crushed, but cut in strips in traditional Japanese sun-giri (寸切り) style. One "sun" is the Japanese unit of measure equal to the width of a person's thumb at the knuckle. See picture in gallery.
Crushed leaves are many times more prone to oxidation along their edges. Sun-giri ensures that the leaves are as close to their natural form as possible, at the same time minimizing oxygen exposure.
50 grams (1.8 oz) in resealable, moisture-proof bag.
Made from premium wild harvested leaves of Japanese Yomogi (Artemisia Princeps).
Also available in 120 grams pack.
Dried, processed and packed using traditional Japanese techniques undergoing minimal processing.
Wild harvested in subtropical
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. You begin with a rapid boil, followed by a simmer and then a cool down period.
The following instructions are for making 4 cups.
Pour a little more than 4 cups of cold water into a tea kettle.*
Heat to a full, rolling boil.
Turn heat down, and simmer for 15 minutes.
4Turn heat off, and wait for about 10 minutes.
Strain and serve.
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
Posted by Unknown on 11th Nov 2015
Love having this tea in the morning, it is nice and light. Wawaza even included a few gifts for me, which was super nice.
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.
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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