Qing Yun Moyeam the is so packed with nutrients (Polyphenols and Flavonols) that ONE tea bag will easily make 1 to 2 gallons of fully delicious and healthy tea!
*** All Loose Leaf Qing Yun Moyeam is Sold Out (as of 2-12-21). There are plenty of all sizes of QY Moyeam tea bags available. Due to the Chinese "Spring Festival", the next shipment of Loose Leaf Moyeam is expected in Mid-March, 2021. Pre-Orders of Lg size Loose Leaf Moyeam are available now to be the first to receive upon arrival to us.***
For overall health and healing. One of the most powerful medicinal teas in the world. Qing Yun Moyeam produces 58% Polyphenols by plant weight. This amazing nutrition production is why one tea bag of our Moyeam tea will make from half a gallon to full and vibrant gallon of tea.
More and more amazing research is coming out on Moyeam tea (Ampelopsis grossedentata) every month as interest in this amazing plant has grown over the past few years. This article is from October 2019 and shows how Moyeam inhibits the biologic forces that cause Alzheimer's disease. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31596069?fbclid=IwAR1AocQ5rXE-3qTgDGjA10PhpqXHB4N-pAFgh2gyPN-dOXBRt-c2vF3vLr8
This tea has been grown for over 600 years and is the largest known producer of polyphenols and flavonols on the planet. Due to its high amount of myricetin, a flavonol that promotes a variety of health benefits, Qinq Yun Moyeam tea promotes a broad range of health benefits.
"Qing Yun" is the grade of the Moyeam tea, and Qing Yun is the highest quality grade. It is made from the plant buds and first bud leaves. It is exclusively these parts which are Super-producing Myricetin. The "Qing Yun" buds and first leaves are producing an incredible 30% Myricetin by weight (all other Moyeam grades only produce 3-6%). This is the "Qing Yun" difference!
Nurse Health Study II found that the average daily dietary intake of Myricetin was 1 mg/d. One tea bag of our Qing Yun Moyeam contains approximately 600 mg of Myricetin.
Ingredients: Ampelopsis grossedentata
See Medical Sources for PubMed (a US Gvnt website) Medical Literature studies on Moyeam and Myricetin and various health and disease states.