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Regular Chinese  Loose Tea Blocks

Chinese Yunnan Tea Blocks 云南茶果

 Select from 4 Kinds of Green, Black, Jasmine & Pu-Erh Tea

Are you Looking for high-quality AND clean green tea or worry about caffeine in tea? We can show you how to make good tea, maximize the health benefits AND minimize the effects of caffeine!

Welcome to the internet source for Loose Tea Blocks! It may change your whole life of drinking. Know more about green, white, oolong, black, Pu'er, and jasmine teas, about health benefits of teas. Teas are rich in Antioxidants -the main De-poison agent for body cells: tea is equal to or better than Red Wine without any alcohol! Tea may take place of your coffee --you take less caffeine and much more antioxidants!

Here is our best solution for you: As clean as regular teabags, as beneficial as loose teas. We introduce this new kind of Chinese tea from Yunnan, the Chinese high land -Loose Tea Blocks of green, black, Pu'er, and jasmine tea, single wrapped and sealed in a teabag.

A special tea for China Kunming Expo International with Chinese government "Safety & Green Food" Seal


Ingredients: Yunnan regular loose Green tea, or Black, Jasmine, Pu-Erh tea.


PACKAGE: 125 g (4.4 oz) Pressed Loose Tea in total, about 36-40 single wrapped loose tea blocks ("tea candies) in the package, each loose tea bag is good for 3-4 cups of tasty tea by again adding boiling water. Note: the leaf floats to the bottom after a few minutes and no filter or the special cup is needed.


What's Pu-Er tea (the "oldest tea" in the world, the regular tea which Tibetan and Mongolian drink every day)? Click Here.

Wild Chinese Ginseng & American Ginseng Root 野生人参

Included: Wild American Ginseng Root, Wood-grown (Half-Wild) Chinese Ginseng Root, and Ginseng Teabags


Ginseng -the "King of Herbs", Ginseng is good for Qi (Vital energy) deficiency, Chinese or Korean ginseng is for Yang while American ginseng is for Yin. You may add honey, sweetener, or Chrysanthemum to all ginseng tea for better taste.

Introduce powerful Wild Ginseng: Did you try wild ginseng before? Do you know the differences between wild and cultured ginseng? The Wild Ginseng may live several hundred years while the Cultured Ginseng on a farm can not live longer than 5-6 years. Naturally undisturbed grown in the forest, the Wild Ginseng contains all the ginsenosides (the effective contents of ginseng) which some of them won't develop until the plant.




1. Dried Wild Uncultivated Chinese Ginseng Root -Whole White Root in a gift box, Woods-grown under forest

Complete whole root with Rhizome Nodes in a red wooden gift box. All roots are shown in their unique own picture and sold as it. A package includes two smaller whole roots. Inspection Certification from Chinese Government Agent is included in each package. $89.99 for 2 Whole Roots.


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INGREDIENTS: 18-20 years old, Dried wild (Woods grown under forest) white Chinese Ginseng root (Panax Ginseng, C.A. Mey) from Chang-Bai natural mountain in North-Eastern China.

Wild Ginseng grows naturally in the forest without human cultivation. It is light in texture and wrinkled (more Grains on root), darker color. Each root has long intact Ginseng Rhizome Nodes (the more the elder) to guarantee age.


DIRECTIONS: Use 1-2 gram each time, take it like candy after washing it with water, or add boiling water, again and again, drink the tea and take it at end of the day. Once a week.


2. Wild Uncultivated American Ginseng Root -Aged Grown-up Naturally in North American Mountains

5-12 grams per package. All roots are shown in their unique own picture and sold as it. Click below for large pictures and see Item No. on the bottom. The packages may contain a few tiny roots. $34.99 for a pack of small roots, 5.68 g.


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INGREDIENTS: Wild American Ginseng roots, 20-25 years old.


Wild Ginseng grows naturally in the forest without human cultivation. It is light in texture and wrinkled (more Grains on root), darker color. Each root has long intact Ginseng Rhizome Nodes (the more the elder)


DIRECTIONS: Use 1 gram or 1 inch length of a larger root, or 2 inches length of smaller root each time, take it like candy after washing it with water, or add boiling water, again and again, drink the tea and take it at end of the day. Twice a week.


WARNING: Wild Ginseng is very powerful. Don't take it too much. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), wild ginseng may increase body "heat". It's good for energy, but not good to take it when catching a cold or having a higher body temperature.


3. Wild American Ginseng Instant Granule Tea -Caffeine-free, Made in the USA

0.1 oz (3 g) instant granule sealed in a teabag, 10 teabags inbox. Prince of Peace brand, $7.50 for a box of 10 sacs (30 g).


INGREDIENTS: Wild American ginseng root, Wisconsin American ginseng root (cultured), glucose.


Disclaimer: The health benefits of tea, food, or herbs mentioned on our websites are for information only. We do not recommend the use of tea, food, or herbs as a substitute for medical care which you should ask your medical doctors.


Ripened Pu-Erh Tea Black Disc (Cake)

Pu-Er Tea is also called Dark or "Black" tea, Pu'er or Pu-Erh tea. Some very old wild tea trees were found in Xishuangbanna, Yunnan Province, China, one of them is1700 years old, still alive, and used to made Pu-Er tea.

Pu Erh, Pu-Er, or Pu'er is the regular tea that Tibetan and Mongolian drink every day. They believe that Pu Erh tea can help them "digest" meats and may feel sick if not drinking Pu'er tea in a day since they eat a lot of meats as their regular food.


Are you drink coffee daily? One suggestion for your health: Drink less coffee and try our "Tea Coffee" -Pu'er tea or Black tea which have similar color, good taste and you may add milk or sugar in it, just like coffee. You may even use your coffee maker to make tea, just like the way you make coffee. You may use half coffee and half Pu'er (or black) tea to make Yuan-Yang (Coffee-Tea) --a special Chinese drink in many Hong Kong Tea Restaurants. You find more information about it From WebMD: ( or Click Here for detail.

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Package: 340 g (12 oz), Pressed Loose Tea. Foo Joy trademark by Hong Kong Tea Clipper Co., Ripened ("Cooked" ) Pu'er loose tea black disc from Yunnan, China, about 5 years old. 


INGREDIENTS: Yunnan Pu-Er tea (Ripped)


DIRECTIONS: Used about one teaspoon each time for 4-5 cups regular tea or 2-3 cups stronger milk tea; one disc is for more than 50 times or 200 cups. For "How to Store the Pu-Erh Tea Discs" and "How to Make best lose Puer tea drink"? Please Click Here.

Special Chinese Healthy Diet Teas

Select from 4 Kinds of Chinese Herbal Diet Teas


1. Ku Ding Wild Green Tea --Most alkaline tea, lest caffeine

Introduce Ku-Ding Wild Green Tea from South-Western Mountains in China. Ku-Ding Tea is used as an herb or daily drink for more than several hundred years in China. Many doctors of Traditional Chinese Medicine have discovered that Ku-Ding may promote good health. The possible benefits are lowering both cholesterol and high blood pressure levels, helping promote weight loss, to prevent infections or prostate problems, and all other benefits from regular green tea. Ku-Ding Wild Green Tea contains more antioxidants and almost noncaffeine (99% less than regular tea). You may drink Ku Ding Green Tea even if you are NOT overweight!


Ingredients: 100% Wild Ku-Ding Green Tea


PACKAGE: Tianfang brand, 25 teabags/box. Please note that: You may drink it even if you are NOT overweight. $8.99 /box


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This Kuding tea comes from Guniuxiang, a virgin forest on the high mountains in the South-East of China. Also called "Bitter Tea", Ku Ding is made from Broadleaf Holly leaf (Folium llicis Latifoliae), not like the regular green tea which is from Camellia Sinensis. It tastes like regular green tea but bitter. Ku-Ding Wild Green Tea contains more antioxidants and Selenium (Se), almost non-caffeine (99% less than regular tea). Add a tea bag into hot water to make green tea in just a few seconds. It has strong "cleansing" effects used in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Each tea bag can be made 4-5 cups of tea, the package lasts about one month if drinking every day.


2. Chinese Herbal Diet White Tea --Bojenmi


PACKAGE: 20 tea bags/box; Bojenmi brand. $4.99 /box. Click for a Large Pictures.


INGREDIENTS: Fukien white tea -the regular tea with lest caffeine, Hawthorn fruit, Sprout Barley, Indian bread, Tangerine peel, Selfheal spike, Lophanthus, Asian water plantain, Medicated leaven (Dried mass of a fermented mixture of wheat flour and herbs), Adzuki bean, Radish (Dikang) seed, Cassia seed.


3. Legends of China Herbal Diet Tea


PACKAGE: 30 teabags/box; Dieters's brand; USA Manufacturer, $6.99 /box. Click for a Large Pictures.


INGREDIENTS: Malva Verticellata (Chinese Mellow), Senna leaf (Cassia Angustifokia) -No caffeine. (Note: this herb is no good if you have or develop diarrhea, loose stools, or abdominal pain). No caffeine


4. Yunnan Green Tuocha Blocks


PACKAGE: 200 grams, about 35-40 single wrapped loose Green Yunnan Tuo-cha tea blocks in a sealed bag. S Mark (Safe Quality Food) by the Chinese government. $8.99 /package. Click for Large Picture1;  Picture 2.


Use as a famous anti-cholesterol tea. French nutritionists have confirmed that Yunnan Tuocha Tea is capable of keeping balance and control over Cholesterol. (source: Paris Henrylendo Medical College and the Orson’ Laboratory of Nutrition, France).