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Wellness Tea

All Seasons Tea

All Seasons Tea

🌿 Good For Mild Cold Symptoms

🌿 Anti-inflammatory

🌿 Reduced Nausea

🌿 Digestive Support

🌿 Natural & Without Flavor Enhancers

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Our All Seasons Tea consists of Formosa Oolong Tea, Chrysanthemum, Rose Petals, Peppermint, Dried Ginger, Mandarin Peel, Cinnamon and Licorice Root.

How do you make this herbal infusion?

Put 2 teaspoons of herbs in a cup or teapot so that they have room to expand and absorb the water, then pour over  95°C water. Let it infuse for 10 to 15 minutes and enjoy your delicious herbal infusion.

The amount of herbs taken influences the effect of the tea.

You can give it a re-infuse a few times.

Tip: If you want to get even more substances out of the herbs, you can grind the herbs more finely so that they get their substances faster hand off.

2 Teaspoons per cup (200ml)

Infusion time
10 to 15 minutes


These herbs are sold to make a hot drink and are not intended to treat any medical condition. Always consult a doctor if in doubt.

I have our Wellness tea together with my wife who is a Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine and knowledge of Traditional Chinese Herbalism. This allows us at “Wellness Tea” to compose these unique and healthy tea blends.

If you are interested in Traditional Chinese Medicine and would like a personal herbal composition or acupuncture treatment, please take a look at www. for an appointment.

Which water do you use best?

Water is a very important part of brewing tea and herbal infusions!

The best water is soft, low in minerals with a neutral PH value (= 7PH neutral) and a high redox potential. Use water with a residual value below 50mg/l and a high redox potential.

Water with a lot of residues are waters that contain a lot of antioxidants disappeared.

Some brands with good teas and herbal infusions are: Montcalm; Mont Roucous ; Glaciar and Spa.

How do I store loose tea?

Loose tea is best stored at room temperature, dry and in a dark closed tea tin. Je can always put a desiccant such as a silica gel pad in the tea tin so that it absorbs any moisture. in the tea tin. 

This way loose tea can keep for a very long time. Also, nothing happens to the smell, color or taste for a very long time. Because tea is an unrefrigerated product,  the shelf life is extra long.

So keep the tea in the cupboard or in another dark place, but best not in the kitchen because a lot of odors and evaporation takes place in a kitchen.

Together with So Chinese Medicine we have put together this delicious 4 Seasons herbal tea with its aroma of roses and peppermint, and a slight sweet aftertaste with a hint of cinnamon, can provide you support throughout the 4 Seasons.

Of rose buds and the chrysanthemum make this herbal tea Also ideal to relax after a long day. Of peppermint, cinnamon, tangerine peel and gingerr support of digestion and have anti-inflammatory properties that can help with rudiments of a cold.

All Seasons Thee

With his antibacterial ingredients is this herbal tea very suitable to drink with a change of season. Due to the sudden weather changes, our immunity reduce and can have a cup of All Seasons Tea supporting work.

Supporting with a mild cold

This herbal tea may also help relieve the early symptoms of a mild cold. In traditional Chinese medicine, these ingredients are often used in the rudiments of colds due to the influence of wind.


Chrysanthemum are also known for their soothing properties.

Rose buds are known for their positive operation on us mood and worry for peace of mind. Ideal so to relax.


Permeant en chrysanthemum to have cooling properties and take care of it dispel heat from the body. The peppermint provides that little extra freshness during the summer months.


Peppermint, cinnamon, ginger and tangerine peel help the digestive system and promote appetite.

Contains licorice root and may raise blood pressure in sensitive individuals.

Good to drink:

  • Can be drunk all year round.
  • Digestive
  • Ideal after a day in the cold outdoors.
  • In rudiments of colds as a supporting drink.
  • To relax after a busy day and enjoy this delicious herbal tea.

Do not drink:

  • During high blood pressure

🌹 Enjoy this delicious All Seasons Tea and order your bag today. If you're not sure if it's your taste, feel free to order a taster for only 1,50 €

Our herbs are individually weighed per package so that we can always guarantee you the same amount of each herb per package. We do not make bulk spice mix and then distribute it over the packaging.

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Facts about the effect of the herbs and teas from this herbal tea blend.

Formosa Oolong Tea

Formosa Oolong Tea is a semi-oxidized Taiwanese tea. After picking, the tea leaves are oxidized to about 50% and then dried naturally in the sun. During this drying process, the tea is regularly turned over in the bamboo baskets. As a result, the Oolong tea develops a mild scent and a large, wildly curled leaf. Then the sheet is rolled and dried again in the oven. The still green leaf with oxidized leaf margin is clearly visible in this tea.

Formosa Oolong has a flowery and slightly spicy taste with a mild aroma. A delicious tea to enjoy throughout the day.

Chrysanthemum (Ju Hua)

Chrysanthemum have a beneficial effect on dry and tired eyes. They contain high concentrations of vitamin A and vitamin C.

Usually  Chrysanthemum tisane is drunk to reduce inflammation, can help strengthen the immune system and to relax through its calming effect.

Peppermint (Bo He)

Peppermint leaves are high in vitamin C to help boost the immune system. They also relieve nausea, bloating and cramps.


Rosebuds (Méiguī Huālěi)

Rose buds are often used in treatments for, among other things, a distended stomach, epigastric pain, pain caused by external injuries, and irregular menstruation.

Its functions are the regulating qi and reducing stagnation, removing blood stagnation, nourishing the skin, and improving digestion.

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Dried Ginger (Gan Jiang)

Its functions are to warm the spleen and stomach to expel cold, restore yang and promote blood circulation, and warm the lungs to dissolve retained fluids.< /p>

It is also widely claimed that ginger could can help with menstrual cramps, nausea, colds and would also give a significant boost to your immune system .

Mandarin peel (Chen Pi)

Throughout the ages, tangerine peel has been used as an expectorant, tonic, antiemetic, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory.


Licorice Root (Gan Cao)

Licorice is an MAO inhibitor and contains glycyrrhizic acid for normal function of the adrenal glands. Because of this Licorice has mood-enhancing and stress-relieving benefits.

The two main components of licorice are glychrrhizin and flavonoids.

Glycyrrhizin has an anti-inflammatory effect and antiviral and inhibits the breakdown of cortisol. The flavonoids of licorice are powerful antioxidants; they protect the liver cells and help the cells of the digestive tract to heal.

Cinnamon (Rou Gui)

The medicinal properties of cinnamon are attributed to terpenoids, substances found in the essential oil of the tree.

Cinnamon also improves blood circulation and promotes digestion, and it also has an anti-inflammatory effect on throat, stomach and intestinal infections.