Add this nourishing fruit blend to your porridge to balance the body in spring and help digestion
Longan Fruit with its sweet taste, it eases heart palpitations, insomnia, dizziness and abdominal fullness¹. In Western Medicine it is believed to have antibacterial and immunostimulant properties².
Goji Berries benefits vision, fluid metabolism & hayfever³.
Chinese Red Dates benefit digestion and nourish blood4. This ingredient is used consistently in Traditional Chinese Medicine formulas as well as stocked regularly in homes for cooking. In Western Medicine it has anti-allergic and antioxidant properties5.
We use quality ingredients for you & packaging with the planet in mind. We package our Medicinal Tea Range in brown paper bags made in Australia from recycled paper and lined with 100% compostable corn based film.
Spring Balancing Porridge Mix Packets & Recipe available in store at Freedom Chinese Medicine for $12.90. Contact us on 9486 5966 if you’d like us to put some aside for you.
1 Bensky & Gamble (1993) Materia Medica, pg 335.
2 Mercola, J (2017) http://foodfacts.mercola.com/longan.html
3 Bensky & Gamble (1993) Materia Medica, pg 333
4 Bensky & Gamble (1993) Materia Medica, pg 322
5 Mercola, J (2017) http://foodfacts.mercola.com/jujubes.html