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Dendrobium Flower,Chinese Herbal Tea Wholesale

 

Other Names of Dendrobium:

Dendrobium officinale

Shi Hu 石斛

Dendrobium nobile

 

Useful Parts of the Plant:

Fresh or dried stems. Blossoms and canes are eaten.

 

Dendrobium is a type of orchid that is generally yellow or pink in color. The plant has a long thin stem that is used for various herbal and medicinal treatments. Dendrobium has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for centuries now. The Chinese believe that the tonic extracted from the Dendrobium plant is 'yin' in nature and can be used to treat ailments ranging from stomach pain, heatstroke, dry mouth and sores in the mouth.

 

Dendrobium can be had in the form of a tea. You can make this at home by leaving 6 to 12 grams of dendrobium to infuse in hot water before drinking. You can also buy dendrobium extract or powder from health food stores or from most Asian markets.

 

Dendrobium is considered a safe herb when consumed in the recommended dosages. Too much of dendrobium in any form can cause convulsions and may even affect the heart and lungs. Research is still being conducted on the interactions of dendrobium with other drugs or medications. Always consult with your doctor or health care provider before beginning any herbal therapy or remedy.

 

Health Benefits and Therapeutic Uses of Dendrobium

In addition to their beauty, dendrobium orchids have been tested and proven to be an effective herbal treatment for a number of health problems. In fact, the Chinese consider dendrobium as one of the fifty fundamental herbs used to treat all kinds of ailments.

 

  • Among its many uses, the Chinese use dendrobium tonic for longevity. It is believed that dendrobium when mixed with licorice roots and made into a tea transmits healing energy to all parts of the body.
  • Dendrobium helps moisten and nourish the skin and prevents dryness and flaky skin.
  • When air pollution and smoke dry out the lungs and air passages and increase thirst, dendrobium can be consumed for quick relief and to moisten the passageways.
  • Dendrobium is used as an effective tonic for the treatment of tuberculosis, flatulence, night sweats, anorexia, fever, and dyspepsia.
  • Dendrobium tonic improves the functioning of the lungs, kidneys, and stomach. It can reduce stomach pain and cramping and reduce vomiting.
  • It is believed that regular consumption of dendrobium can also treat sexual impotency.
  • Pain in the feet and hands, lumbago, and arthralgia can be treated with dendrobium extract.
  • Dendrobium can boost the immune system and help the body fight infections.
  • Dendrobium has long since been used to replenish lost fluids from the body and reduce severe thirst.
  • Natives of the Eastern Himalayas use dendrobium to heal problems with the eyes.

 

Other Uses

  • Dendrobium makes ideal houseplants. Along with their pretty colors and decorative qualities, growing dendrobiums at home can eradicate pollutants and toxins from the air and create a clean environment.
  • Dendrobium blossoms and canes are edible. Countries like Thailand and Singapore, deep fry these delicacies and eat them as snacks.
  • In Europe, dendrobium blossoms are used as edible cake decorations and as garnishes.
  • The Aborigines consider dendrobiums as emergency bush food.
  • Pickle is made from dendrobium flowers in Nepal.

 

 

TCM Treasures - Shi hu 石斛

 

SHI hu (herba dendrobii) was one of the first members of the orchid family to be recorded by the ancient Chinese. The plant is not only renowned for its beautiful flowers - loved by Chinese for their elegance - but also as a medicinal herb used to nourish yin, dispel inner heat, improve stomach functions and promote the secretion of saliva. Its dried stalk is made into a sweet-tasting medicine.

 

While shi hu is grown many parts of China, Sichuan, Guizhou and Yunnan provinces are the main producers. It is harvested in autumn.

 

In Chinese cuisine, shi hu is often made into dishes as it can aid digestion and secrete stomach juice. It is added to soups, made into tea and cooked with traditional desserts.

 

Tie pi shi hu is the most precious variety of shi hu, regarded as the most important of China's nine "magical herbs" in ancient times. From the Tang Dynasty (AD 618-907) onward, it was exclusively preserve of royal families.

 

Found at altitudes above 1,600 meters, tie pi shi hu grows very slowly and is more valuable than gold. Since the early 1980s, tie pi shi hu has been listed as a protected medicinal plant facing extinction.

 

Shi hu tea

 

Boil 30g shi hu, 9g sang ji sheng and 9g luo bu ma.

 

Drink the decoction.

 

Benefits: Prevents high blood pressure, hardening of the arteries and helps eyesight.

 

 

Shi hu soup

 

Boil 15g shi hu, 15g shu di, 12g shan yao, 9g shan zhu yu, 12g gou qi zi and 6g white chrysanthemum with water.

 

Drink once a day.

 

Benefits: Helps eyesight, kidneys and liver.

 

 

Shi hu and xuan sheng tea

 

Boil 15g shi hu, 15g xuan sheng, 9g bai shao, 12g mai dong and 12g hawthorn.

 

Drink it everyday.

 

Benefits: Treats lack of gastric acid.

 

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Wholesale Price: 145USD/0.5KG

 

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Dendrobium Flower,Chinese Herbal Tea Wholesale

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