Corn-silk, also known as “zea mays”, is found inside husks of corn and is a member of the grass family. In traditional Chinese herbology, corn-silk is used as a tea to support quenching thirst and treating diabetes. The ingredients in this tea part of an ancient traditional Chinese herbal formula used by Lee Se-Zhen from 1518 to 1593. Over centuries of use, this formula has been refined and improved and is still being used as a daily herbal beverage to support quenching thirst.* Recent research indicates it is rich in Vitamin K.* This soothing herbal tea has a refreshing taste and is delicious hot or cold.* To complement this Corn-Silk Herbal Tea and for additional support, drink it together with Triple Leaf Brand Bitter Melon Green Tea, Eucommia Leaf Herbal Tea and/or American Ginseng Tea.
Ingredients: Corn silk, Jasmine green tea, Guava leaf, Solomon’s seal rhizome, Trichosanthes root, Ophiopogon tuber root, White mulberry leaf, Lophatherum leaf, Anemarrhena rhizome, Eucommia leaf, Fleeceflower root, Licorice root
Net Contents: 20 Tea Bags