Mu Jin Hua (Rose of Sharon); Hibiscus syriacus
Mu Jin Hua is also referred to as the Rose of Sharon and Syrian Rose, although it is actually the flower of the Hibiscus plant. Mu Jin Hua dries Damp, cools Blood, and is used as a longevity tea around the world. Its use in iron palm formulas has been scarce due its relative unavailability until now. Now, this herb is available at PlumDragon.
Mu Jin Hua is bitter and sweet in flavor and neutral in energetic temperature. Mu Jin Hua enters the Lung and Spleen meridians.
Begin with cold water. Preheat tea pot. Use approximately 3 grams of tea leaves for 6 oz. water. Use .5 oz. tea leaves per quart. For tea, steep 4 minutes.
***Brew herbal teas as black teas, with water to rolling boil. POUR OVER tea or herbal. DO NOT boil botanicals in water when making tea.
Use discretion and taste to produce a brew-strength equal to 3 grams of tea per 6 oz. water.
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