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Canadian Ginseng Tea

   

Canadian Ginseng Tea

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I just bought several bottles of Canadian ginseng slices and other than munching on them (sparingly – don’t overdose) as a snack, I also use them to make a herbal cooling tea (” liang teh” or 凉茶) to combat our hot weather. Ginseng is well known for improving mental alertness (提神) and “cooling” properties in TCM. I ate the boiled ginseng slices that comes in the drink so not one bit of it is wasted. If you don’t like ginseng, check out chrysanthemum tea recipe which is another cooling Chinese tea.

Canadian Ginseng Tea Recipe

                                           

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18 Responses to “Canadian Ginseng Tea”

  1. Angie@Angiesrecipes — April 10, 2011 @ 4:05 pm

    Ginseng and chrysanthemum together…one warm, one cool..a well-balanced sweetened soup.

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  2. Sam Pugeda — April 11, 2011 @ 7:45 am

    Wow, this looks amazing. I need to try it now that we’re finally getting some nice weather here. I wonder where I can get wolfberries?

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  3. The Sudden Cook — April 11, 2011 @ 9:34 am

    Over here in Malaysia – it’s also tremendously hot but then later in the evenings – it pours!! Your recipes are real eye openers! I had no idea there was Canadian ginseng and American ginseng!

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  4. mochachocolatarita — April 11, 2011 @ 11:52 am

    i’d love this…minus the ginseng (i dunno why but i can’t handle ginseng)

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  5. Pipana — April 17, 2011 @ 4:26 am

    Oh wow, look at the pretty chrysanthemum opening in the bowl!
    Very healthy and pretty, great dish ^^

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  6. Life for Beginners — May 12, 2011 @ 3:32 pm

    This is exactly what I’ve been looking for, given the impossibly hot weather these past couple of weeks (and what with the recent haze too) – a cooling liong cha to make at home.

    So far I’ve made lo hon kor and a pre-packaged herbal tea (with so many different dried ingredients – I lost count!) but this looks ‘clearer’ somehow. Thanks for sharing! :)

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