Qi in the Chinese language represents the lifeforce energy or the breath of life. Cha Qi is an elusive term with a slightly intangible definition. The literal translation is “tea energy”.
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There are many herbs that are known to support the organs in our bodies that are responsible for this detoxification process. Across the many global herbal wellness traditions, you will find herbs promoted for the support of our bodies’ inherent self-regulation.
Pu’er tea is one of the oldest types of tea, with a history dating back more than 2,000 years. This ancient tea originates in Yunnan province on China’s southwestern frontier.
There are many versions of dark teas prepared through fermentation, also known as post-fermentation. The addition of fermentation increases the potential benefit to aid digestion.