According to the ancient practice of Chinese medicine, optimal health is achieved when five metaphorical elements that exist within the body wood, fire, earth, metal, and water are in harmony. Spring, which is finally around the corner, is associated with wood.Read More›
Last week, we wrote a bit about our artisan Liji Pu’er Tea Collection. Today, we’re excited to share more about how sipping pu’er tea can benefit your health and wellbeing.
Unlike other teas, pu’er undergoes a unique process of microbial fermentation that actually increases its healing properties.
Here are 4 ways moderate consumption of good quality pu’er, like our Liji brand, can benefit you:Read More›
Are you looking to broaden your horizons when it comes to tea in the New Year? If so, read on!
Today, we’re excited to share about our artisan Liji Pu’er Tea Collection, which is handcrafted by the tea masters of the Liji Gu Zhuang tradition in Jinggu, a small town in Yunnan Province of China.Read More›
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Learn more about Arogya Holistic Healing, Yoga, and Fine Teas as well as wellness services including acupuncture and massage available at our location in downtown Westport, Connecticut. See the Arogya Brochure for more information about Arogya Holistic Healing or call us at 203-226-2682.Read More›
The best healing blend to battle the cold! Counter the seasonal chill with our Turmeric Ginger Tisane, a wholesome blend of turmeric, ginger, licorice root, lemongrass, and citrus. In addition to tasting wonderful, this herbal tea is an ideal healing tonic.Read More›
We are proud to share this video, “The Journey of Our Tea.”
You can also watch it from our Arogya Facebook page!
Learn about our unique selection of teas from Arogya Director, Wei Huang Bertram, as she shares the story of Arogya as well as footage from her most recent trip to choose tea during the Spring Harvest.Read More›
I will always remember those misty Shanghai mornings as a young girl, when I entered our little kitchen after getting out of bed, and seeing my father make his ritual cup of Long Jing Dragon Well Green Tea. He carefully dropped a large pinch of thick emerald green tea leaves into the belly of his Gaiwan (traditional Chinese teacup), before meditatively pouring steaming hot water over them.Read More›
Having grown up in China, I was exposed to a wide array of medicinal and culinary herbs on a regular daily basis. As I think back to my childhood, I am flooded with memories of “Ba Bao Cha”, reverently known as the “eight treasure tea”, my mom made for me each morning. This delightful and uplifting concoction is a blend of eight common ingredients found within Chinese cuisine and herbal medicine: Chrysanthemum, Goji Berry, Honeysuckle, Licorice, Red Date, Hawthorn Berry, Dried Tangerine Rind, and Brown Sugar.Read More›