Kuding is a plant that grows native in China. Kuding Cha has a mystical history as a medicinal herb and has been relied upon by generations of Chinese to cure a wide variety of health disorders and diseases.
The healing properties of kuding gained it reverence during the Song Dynasty (960 AD – 1290 AD) where it was presented as a tribute tea to royalty and government officials. Kuding tea, or Kuding cha’, was popularized as a herbal folk medicine during the late Song, early Yuan dynasty and its use among the Chinese people has since steadily increased since.
Today Kuding tea is available at many health food stores and tea shops in both the eastern and western worlds. Drinking kuding tea is now readily accepted by herbal tea enthusiasts and western culture all-around the globe.
Kuding Cha & It’s Influence in Chinese Medicine
Chinese medicine has a rich cultural history and special relationship with kuding cha. The health benefits and medicinal properties of this herb have been extensively studied by Chinese herbal medicine practitioners for centuries.
Kuding tea can be used to bring relief to the following health disorders;
- Pain associated with toothache and Headache.
- Dry, itchy, red eyes.
- Heat flushes associated with hormonal imbalances.
- Diarrhea and GI tract bacterial imbalances.
- Dizzy spells and vertigo.
- Bad breath and halitosis.
- Curing issues with infertility.
Kuding Tea Extract Used in Treatment of Disease
Kuding Tea Extract
Kuding tea extract is a more concentrated form of the plant used to treat severe illnesses and negative health conditions. The extract comes in a powder form and can be steeped for hours to form a very bitter concentrate that is dark brownish green in color.
The concentrate contains high amounts of plant flavonoids and antioxidants that have an incredibly powerful effect on reducing inflammation and harmful free radicals in the bloodstream.
Using Kuding Tea Extract to Treat Cholesterol, Diabetes, & Blood Pressure
The Mandarin saying; jiang san gao’ translates to English as reduce three high’. This saying is used by Chinese medical practitioners and patients to reference the powerful medicinal effects of kuding in reducing the effects of hypertension, diabetes, and high blood pressure.
Kuding tea extract has been used in traditional Chinese medicine to treat and cure serious diseases. Kuding has the ability to lower fasted blood glucose levels, thereby improving insulin sensitivity in type 2 diabetes patients. Kuding is used to treat hypertension, the root cause of high blood pressure.
Studies on the powerful flavonoids found in kuding have shown that they improve HDL (good Cholesterol) levels while simultaneously dropping production of LDL (bad cholesterol) and total triglycerides in the blood.
Why choose Kuding tea
Kuding tea is commonly packaged a rolled up dry leaves, which is where it earned its other popular moniker, needle kuding’.
The tea leaves, or needles, are steeped in a tea infuser before drinking. Kuding tea when brewed to the traditional guidelines for daily consumption, is light and safe to use as a regular health drink that can be enjoyed throughout the day.
Kuding tea can benefit your health in so many ways that it makes sense to give it a try. Brew yourself a cup every day for thirty days and pay attention to your body’s response, its health boosting properties may surprise you.