Hayo'u Pai Mu Dan White Tea

Regular price$19.00

Originating in China's Fujian province, White Tea boasts a legacy of craftsmanship spanning centuries. Crafted from young leaves and buds and plucked during early Spring when adorned with silvery-white hairs, White Tea's delicate appearance stems from these fine whiskers, which lend the tea its distinctive silver hue, a visual charm that sets it apart.

Light on the tongue, it gives a hint of sweetness accompanied by floral or light fruity notes; softly nuanced flavours that gently unfurl, offering a soothing and sensual tea-drinking experience.

Among its health benefits:

  • Rich in antioxidants and fights oxidative stress, reducing the risk of chronic ailments.
  • Maintains healthy blood vessels, lowers blood pressure, and minimises heart disease risk through its widely regarded antioxidant properties.
  • Ability to shield skin from UV radiation, promoting youthful skin.
  • Potential fat metabolism enhancement and inhibition of new fat cells.
  • Natural fluoride content and bacterial inhibition benefits oral hygiene.
  • Helps to promote gut health, supporting beneficial gut flora and aiding digestion.

Its gentle nature makes it ideal for Summer, as it helps to nourish the body without causing excessive dryness or heat. However, this tea can be enjoyed all year around and at anytime of day.

X 1 box = 50g Loose Leaves (approx 25-30 servings)

Preparation - 1 tea spoon per cup, brew with 85°C/185°F filtered water

Ingredients: Chinese Pai Mu Dan White Tea

Allergens: Factory handles tree nuts and products thereof.

Store in a cool, dry and dark place.

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UK Standard £4.95
3 - 5 working days

Northern Ireland £6.50
3 - 5 working days

Eire £16.00
3 - 5 working day

Europe £16.00
4 - 7 working days

Switzerland £39.00
4 - 7 working days

USA $25.00
5 - 7 working days

Canada & Australia £40.00
5 - 7 working days

Rest of World £49.00
7 - 14 working days

Can I combine it with other treatments?

Yes! But always consult a doctor as everyone has very individual and sometimes complex health issues. Chinese medicine often works hand in hand with Western medicine and complements the healing process.

How do I make sure I'm using my gua sha tools correctly, without causing damage to my skin?

Please be reassured, it’s very difficult to damage your skin with this time-old technique. Before you try gua sha for the first time, read the instruction leaflet inside the packaging and watch the short video on the product page of this site. Go easy to start with and watch how your skin responds before continuing. Please note, gua sha should not be performed over broken skin, varicose veins, moles, cuts or bruises.

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