Introducing The Chinese Herb of Immortality - Jiaogulan (Gynostemma pentaphyllum)

In the first Chinese nationwide census, demographers noted an unusually large number of people over age 100 in two Southern provinces. After years of study the researchers concluded that the only difference between people in these provinces and elsewhere was the traditional routine consumption of a locally grown herbal tea called jiaogulan. Now you too can benefit from the life enhancing power of this little-known herb. 

Why Immortalitea Jiaogulan is the best

We specialize in jiaogulan. It is the tea we founded our company on and the reason we are called Immortalitea. We grow our jiaogulan  following strict organic principles and our Thai jiaogulan tea was named Overall Best Tasting Tea in a recent international tea competition.

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    How to Brew Jiaogulan Tea:

    Jiaogulan tea quantity: ½ to 1 tsp per 8 oz. cup (can be reused up to 3 times)

    Brewing time: 2 - 5 minutes (double for each subsequent brewing with the same Jiaogulan leaves) 

    Water temperature: About 170° F (75° C) (Just starting to boil) 

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    great taste!

    Great stress relieving tea

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    I have been drinking this tea for a few years. Its a great tasting tea if you dont over steep it. It takes away stress. The quality is very good from this tea company. Great product.

    Bright, clean, delicious!

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    <p>Brewed the Jiaogulan Tea in a regular tea cup, using approximately 1/2 teaspoon leaves. After brewing for 2 mins. the leaves sank to the bottom of the cup and was ready to drink.</p><p>The taste is reminiscent of parsley & watercress. Very 'greenish' with a fragrance like new mowed grass. Definitely NOT a deterrent to enjoyment. It has a very light, clean taste. Not sweet, but certainly not bitter. A sprig of mint and about 1/2 teaspoon of honey is perfection.<br>It's simply delicious!<br>If you're considering a tea solely for it's health benefits, the Jiaogulan would be the one to choose. If you want the perfect tea for a light, bright pick-me-up, this tea is for you!</p><p><img src="https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/41t-DYL9toL._SL256_.jpg"><img src="https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/417ysHxCBDL._SL256_.jpg"><img src="https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/41DZu3nRt6L._SL256_.jpg"></p>

    Different but good!

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    This tea is so good! It's different from any other tea I have tried. It steeps to a light greenish brown color and is slightly bitter, but smooth! It's like how an IPA beer is...weird I know, but it's the only way I can explain it! After a week of drinking 1-2 cups a day, I have noticed less bloating in my stomach! This is a great tea and I wouldn't expect anything less from Immortalitea!