Cassia is an evergreen tree growing in southern China and continental Southeast Asia to the west to Myanmar. Like her close relative, cinnamon.
The cassia grows to a height of 10-15 m, with a gray crust and solid elongated leaves, which have a definite reddish color while young, and are 10-15 cm long.
Cassia seed tea is both a healthy product and an invigorating drink. The product is prepared by a special processing technology that prevents the build-up of toxic and harmful substances, and even with long-term consumption there is no risk of side-effects.
The active ingredients are easily soluble and quickly absorbed by the body.
Accepted as an invigorating drink, tea is used as a real tea. The drink has a pleasant aroma and coffee-like flavor.
Taked as a healthy product, it has the function of clearing the liver and improves vision, used in puffiness and redness of the eyes, glaucoma, effective in aging and other ocular diseases.
It lowers blood lipid levels and blood pressure, lowers the level of harmful cholesterol, improves peristalsis of the small intestine.
It plays a prophylactic role in atherosclerosis, cardiovascular diseases and cerebrovascular diseases. It has a diuretic and laxative effect.
Cassia seeds (Semen Kasiae/Cassia obtusifolia/Cassia Tora).
Method of preparation:
Make an infusion of 10 g of cassia seed. They are then diluted with up to 1 liter of hot water.
Upon subsequent storage in the refrigerator, tea properties are retained within 72 hours (3 days).
Packing: 100 g