Tea instead of medicine │ “Chinese tea therapy” first appeared in Shenzhen Tea Expo

Chinese Tea Therapy

Tea instead of medicine │ “Chinese tea therapy” first appeared in Shenzhen Tea Expo

This is the first time that “Chinese Tea Therapy” has appeared in the Shenzhen Tea Fair. Its appearance has refreshed people’s new understanding: tea can cure diseases.

In this Shenzhen Tea Expo, “Chinese Tea Therapy” became another highlight of the event. Tea merchants, dealers, tea lovers and other people from all walks of life came to the Hong Kong Tea Society Academic Sharing Meeting. This is the first time that “Chinese Tea Therapy” has appeared in the Tea Fair. Its appearance has refreshed people’s new understanding: tea can cure diseases.

For this academic exchange, the Tea Fair specially invited professors with senior experience in tea therapy – President of the Hong Kong Tea Society, former Director and Chief Lecturer of the Department of Continuing and Professional Education of the School of Chinese Medicine, Hong Kong Baptist University Professor, and Li Chengwen, vice president of the Hong Kong Tea Therapy Society and Professor of Henan College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, shared the medicinal value of tea at the scene, aiming to give each participant here a deeper understanding and understanding of Chinese tea therapy.

At the meeting, Professor Wei Ming, who was praised as the first person in Chinese tea therapy, gave a wonderful speech. Professor Wei Ming is the proponent of the concept of “Chinese tea therapy”. He defined “Chinese tea therapy” as a single-use tea with boiling water. It is a kind of “natural treatment” for brewing or decocting and taking it for a long time. The “Chinese Tea Therapeutics” published in 2010 first proposed the system concept of “Chinese Tea Therapy”, which has had a tremendous impact in both the Chinese medicine and tea science circles.

Then, Professor Li Chengwen made a theme sharing of “Excavation and Utilization of Tea Medicinal Value”. The concise and useful data shows the exploration and treatment of tea medicinal in ancient China. Such as: the Three Kingdoms Hua Tuo, the Han Dynasty Zhang Zhongjing, Liang Daitao Hongjing, Yao Wang Sun Sizhen and other ancient medical books, as well as the officially compiled pharmacopoeia, etc., have detailed records of the tea prescription. Looking at ancient China, there are 27 kinds of herbal books that record herbal tea. There are 7 kinds of medical prescriptions such as “Pillow Chinese” and “Qianjinfang”, and there are four kinds of tea books such as “Tea Collection” and “Tea Spectrum”. 》, “Speaking of the Alien” and other seven types of history. The medicinal value and medicinal formula of tea are recorded in as many as 61 ancient books. There are as many as 219 prescriptions for treating diseases, and only 19 prescriptions are available for treatment.

In the Q&A session, the two professors answered in a simple way and made the audience feel interesting. In the tea treatment experience, it is even more amazing. It really solved the “difficulty” of the people present through “a cup of tea.” On-site dry eye syndrome, headache experience, eye allergy, witness the magical effect of tea therapy.

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An experience person returns and feedback:

Professor Wei Ming helped me diagnose. I am not dry eye, but a conjunctival allergy. I have experienced allergic tea. With a little excitement, I only drank two cups and I felt that my eyes were not itchy. After drinking three bubbles, the eyes seem to have a lot of weight loss. The world is bright and bright. Even more amazing is that I slept very well at night. Before I was in the middle of the night, I was awakened by the itching of my eyes. It was very difficult to suffer. After experiencing the tea treatment, I finally slept in a safe and stable feeling.

Through the sharing of tea treatments at the tea fair, “Chinese Tea Therapy” has more intimate contact with the public, and the concept of “tea-based medicine” has also been better integrated with life practice. At the same time, “China’s first tea culture experience museum” is located in the world of Shenzhen Baoan tea, Professor Wei Ming said that he will visit regularly. The Tea Culture Experience Hall also welcomes people from all walks of life and overseas tea merchants to visit and guide. We also hope that more Chinese people can jointly promote the tea culture and let this great treasure in the Chinese cultural treasures pass by. Let tea treatment become a vibrant and energetic industry.

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