This tea is known as "Kunlun Snow Mountain Chrysanthemum Tea" in Xinjiang, China (Tibet). This flower blooms at snow line area of Kunlun Mountain at elevations of 3,200 m (10,500 ft) where it is a pure, natural, pollution-free environment. This tea is very rare because it only has a very short blooming season (only blooms once a year in August) and is difficult to harvest. It is named "treasure tea" because it is the jewel among teas and herbs.
This tea has very delicate and appealing aroma. Its color is red of Pu-erh tea or Keemun black tea. Its taste is slightly sweet and very refreshing.
This tea contains essential oil, stevia, adenine, choline, water sue alkali, small hybrid alkali, flavonoid, asterin, vitamins, and 18 kinds of amino acids and 15 kinds of trace elements that are beneficial to health. This tea has been passed down from generation to generation as a Uighur medicinal herbal flower tea. It helps clean the liver and treat hepatitis, improve eyesight, and lowers blood pressure and cholesterol.*
*This statement has not been evaluated by Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, or prevent any disease.