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Welcome to August Moon Tea

August Moon Tea aims to bring the fresh air and sunshine from the tea field to our tea ceremony and create a peaceful and exquisite ambience for all of you.

Tea not only brings people closer but also helps us to reconnect with ourselves. It’s a natural elixir for our souls.

Tea & Wellbeing

As we discover more of the benefits of tea drinking, tea is becoming increasingly popular. But the health benefits don’t happen overnight. It takes a long-term habit to show the ‘results’. We don’t expect an immediate fix. Quite the opposite, you will experience a positive, gradual, but slow change in your body in a long time. So today let’s have a look at some health benefits if you drink tea regularly. 

Deep detoxification

According to our folk culture in China, people have always had the tradition of drinking tea to treat abdominal distention, dysentery, and bad digestion. For example, the effective ingredients of black tea (Heicha, 黑茶) can inhibit the growth of harmful microorganisms in the human intestines and stomach, and at the same time, promote the growth and reproduction of beneficial bacteria. It helps to regulate the gastrointestinal function and improve the intestinal microbial environment. People use tea as good antidiarrheal medicine.

Three Drops

Drinking tea for a long time can lower blood pressure, blood fat and blood sugar. Epidemiological studies in Japan have shown that compared with those who drink less than 3 cups of tea a day (30 ml per cup), men who drink 10 small cups of tea a day have a 42% lower risk index of cardiovascular disease, and women who drink 18% lower. 

The contained substances extracted from tea have the functions of lowering blood sugar, blood lipids, preventing radiation, anticoagulation and thrombosis, enhancing the body’s immune function, anti-oxidation, anti-atherosclerosis, lowering blood pressure and protecting the cardiovascular system.

Three Resistances

A glass of 300 ml tea has the antioxidant effect equivalent to 1.5 bottles of red wine (about 750 ml per bottle), equivalent to 12 bottles of white wine, equivalent to 4 apples, equivalent to 5 onions, and equivalent to 7 cups of fresh orange juice. This is why tea has the benefits of “three resistances”, namely anti-cancer, anti-radiation, and anti-oxidation. 


The effects of tea polyphenols come from various aspects. Tea polyphenols are a strong antioxidant that can effectively remove oxygen free radicals. For example, anthocyanins, one of them, can inhibit the overflow of oily peroxides at all stages. This capacity of anti-oxidization is as ten times as vitamin E. This antioxidant effect can prevent cell degeneration and ageing. 

Weight Loss

Catechin from tea reduces the absorption of carbohydrates and lipids in the intestinal tissues by inhibiting digestive enzymes in the intestines. Tea polyphenols can fight obesity by inhibiting fat deposition in the body and promoting the decomposition of excess fat. This is why we always say tea can help you with weight loss. But you need to be cautious with how much weight you need to lose and find the fine line between healthy and unhealthy. 

It only works when you consume good-quality teas regularly. It is a gradual effect that you will notice after a long time. Tea isn’t medicine. When your body is sending out the signal, you should always go to see your doctor and seek professional medical advice. 

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