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T listings of Popular Herbs ✵T listing of popular herbs gives an introduction to herbs: Tamarind, Tea(Black), Tea(Green), Tea Tree Oil, Tea-seed oil, Thyme, Tienchi, Turmeric, Turpentine oil.

 ✵There are Totally [5] kinds of herbs, [2] kinds of essential oils, [6] kinds of related plant species, are recorded and introduced, till the date April 5th, 2022.

A-to-Z listings of Popular Herbs.

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  Among above herbs, Tienchi, Turmeric are introduced in TCM herbalism.

 Tamarind Brief Introduction: The tamarind tree is native to tropical Asia and Africa and is cultivated in tropical areas worldwide. The partially dried, mature fruit is used medicinally once its thin and easily breakable outer shell has been removed.more introduction to Tamarind


 Black Tea Brief Introduction: Black tea is a beverage made from the dried bright green, toothed, oval leaves of the Camellia sinensis shrub. The traditional methods used for preparing them to account for complex chemical differences that give rise to the common as well as the unique medicinal properties. The fermentation is subjected to accounts for its characteristic strong flavor and aroma. The bulk share of the tea market is black tea, which is made of leaves that are dried and fermented. Black tea is named after the black appearance of the finished tea. Black tea is a post-fermented tea, mainly produced in China's Yangtze River Basin and other areas, it helps digestion and removal of oil, lipid-lowering and weight loss, anti-oxidation, and other effects.more introduction to Black Tea

 Green Tea Brief Introduction: Green tea is a drink made from the new leaves or buds of the tea tree, unfermented, and processed by fixing, rolling, shaping, drying, and other processes. It is one of the main tea types in China. Green tea retains the natural substances of fresh leaves and contains tea polyphenols, catechins, chlorophyll, and other nutrients.more introduction to Green Tea

Tea Tree Oil.

 Tea Tree Oil Brief Introduction: Tea tree oil is a pleasant-smelling, pale yellow volatile oil, it is distilled from the leaves of Melaleuca alternifolia, a shrub or small tree found growing naturally in swampy or wet ground in parts of New South Wales and southern Queensland in Australia. The oil is also produced from other Melaleuca species.more introduction to Tea Tree Oil

Tea-seed oil.

 Tea-seed oil Brief Introduction: Camellia oleifera is an evergreen shrub that is indigenous to China, tea seed oil is pure natural high-grade oil unique to China. The seeds contain more than 30% oil, which is used for food, conditioning hair, and medicine. It can be used to make candles and soap, and can also be used as a substitute for motor oil. Tea seed oil, together with oil palm, olive oil, and coconut oil, are known as the world's four major woody edible oil plants.more introduction to Tea-seed oil

 Thyme Brief Introduction: Thyme is an aromatic perennial, a member of the mint family, and has stiff, woody stems that give rise to small clusters of lilac or pink flowers. The whole above ground herb, from these flowering tops to the narrow gray-green leaves, is used medicinally.more introduction to Thyme

Turpentine oil.

 Turpentine oil Brief Introduction: Turpentine is an oleoresin obtained from various pine tree species, particularly the longleaf pine(Pinus palustris Mill), it is a natural product containing chiefly resin and essential oils, only a high-quality form of turpentine is appropriate for medicinal use. A medicinal-quality resin called rosin is also extracted from the oleoresin.more introduction to Turpentine oil

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