DXN Lion’s Mane Oocha
DXN Lion’s Mane Oocha is made from Oolong tea powder with Lion’s Mane mushroom powder, non-dairy creamer and cane sugar. It is very tasty and easy to prepare both cold and hot.
Packaging size: 12 bags x 30g
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Friend of our brain and gut: lion’s mane mushroom green tea from DXN
DXN Lion’s Mane Oocha is a green tea specialty made with Lion’s Mane medicinal mushroom extract. The medicinal mushroom, whose Latin name is Hericium erinaceus, which also resembles a monkey’s head, pom-pom or hedgehog, is used in the treatment of intestinal disorders, the prevention of dementia, and also for its antitumor and anticancer effects. Chinese hedgehog mushroom also lowers blood sugar and blood lipids. It is also used as a general immune system booster in Traditional Chinese medicine. Lion’s Mane medicinal mushroom also nourishes our internal organs, the liver, spleen, lungs, heart and kidneys.
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Lion’s mane mushroom in Traditional Chinese Medicine
The lion’s mane mushroom has been used as a general immune system booster in Traditional Chinese Medicine for years. According to practicioners of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Monkeyhead mushroom (other name of Lion’s Mane) are nutritious for our internal organs, the liver, spleen, lungs, heart and kidneys.
Everyone knows green tea, but what is ocha (oocha)?
“Ocha” literally means “tea” in Japanese and specifically refers to Japanese green tea. Ocha tea leaves come from the Camellia Sinensis plant. Steamed tea leaves are pan-fried and then dried for less time than black tea. Ocha has been used for medicinal purposes by the Japanese and Chinese for nearly 3,000 years. After eating, people rinsed their mouths with green tea. Green tea has a cooling effect, helps improve alertness, immunity, mood and removes toxins from the body.
The role of green tea in Traditional Chinese Medicine
An important feature of Traditional Chinese Medicine is its focus on preventing disease before it occurs. In China and Japan, green tea was primarily used as medicine even before the spread of tea ceremonies. According to a classic Chinese text, the function of tea is to suppress negative energies, eliminate thirst, fever and phlegm. In addition to its diuretic effect, it can also shorten sleep time. Based on the aforementioned, green tea has also been used as a medicine against chest infections and fever. Green tea enhances mental clarity and heart, kidney and liver health.