Dao Ren Green Tea
Dao Ren Green Tea
Dao Ren Green Tea
Dao Ren Green Tea

Dao Ren Green Tea

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 The positive effects of consuming Dao Ren tea are gotten mainly from the antioxidant compounds which are naturally found in the camellia sinensis plant, the plant where it and all varieties of green tea originate.

Dao Ren tea is a delicate green tea type that originates from the Dao Ren peak in Zhejiang province of China. It has a pronounced grass-like flavor with a tinge of nuttiness, woodiness and smokiness. Organic Dao Ren is a truly superior tea which is carefully hand plucked during the optimal Spring harvest to yield a cup which has a delicate yet pronounced flavor with soft fruity notes.

Dao Ren is named for the Taoist priests who meditated upon the mountain in ancient times. They cultivated the tea garden and used the tea to help in their contemplation and meditation.

Dao Ren green tea is packed with antioxidants. Like other types of green tea, its principal antioxidant component is epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), which imparts a host of health benefits.
Following are some positive benefits bestowed by Dao Ren tea:

  • May assist in the prevention of cardiovascular diseases such as heart attacks and strokes.
  • May aid in preventing the growth of cancers and tumors.
  • Seen to strengthen the immune system.
  • Believed to be useful in the treatment of diabetes.
  • May help in dieting efforts.
  • May be helpful in repairing skin damage.
  • Can help in fighting tooth decay.
  • Said to help clear the mind.


Aroma & Flavor:  A delectable aroma of soft tannins and fruit with a palatable and nutty taste.

Brew Instructions: 1 teaspoon to 8 ounces Newly Boiled water. Pour water over tea and allow to steep for 2-3 minutes.  For second steeping, increase soaking time to about 5 minutes or until desired strength is reached.

1 ounce of loose tea makes between 12-13 cups tea



Disclaimer: The information we provide is not intended to be a substitute for medical treatment. Please consult your medical care provider before using herbal medicine, particularly if you have a known medical condition of if you are or suspect you are pregnant or nursing.


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