Tag Archives: helping to soothe the effects of the common cold

General Ming’s Korean Citron Tea Warms Winters Cold Bite

Korean citron tea against cold

Winter will be here again before we know it. We know that the cold breath of old man winter will leave our throats dry and our noses running. Lucky for us it does not have to be this way no matter where you live thanks to General Mings Yazu+ Korean Citron Tea. That is right […]

Yujacha are not all Yuja

Korean Citron Tea

Have you ever tried General Ming’s Yazu+ Citron Tea? No I am not talking about the General Ming in Flash Gordon and not the General Ming from Superman either. Matter of fact this General Ming’s tea would have put both of those grumpy villains in a great mood. Perhaps that is why they were so […]

How General Mings’ Honey Citron Tea Changed Me Forever

How Yazu+ Korean Citron Tea changed me

Yujacha or also known as Korean Citron Tea must be sent here from the heavens. The first time I tasted the amazingly sweet and tart taste of Yazu+ Korean Citron Tea I was taken by surprise. It was winter in Wisconsin and it was a cold harsh one. It seemed as if all I was […]

An Ancient Oriental Cure for the Common Cold

asian medicine

I’ve often been fascinated with the history of Asian or Oriental cures for some of the most common ‘bugs’ which also happens to be some of the most lucrative markets for manufacturers of medication. American’s alone spend over 4 billion dollars on cold and flu medicine alone. The number is so staggering that if there […]

History of Korean Citron Tea

History of Korean Ciron Tea

History of Korean citron tea, brew made from tender, aromatic, refreshing tea leaves, The natural source of vitamin C, Korean citron tea is gaining popularity, cup of tea, serves as a great drink, soothing the inflammation and headaches, popularity lies in the taste and health benefits

Korean Citron tea … Love It. Love It. Love It!

Yazu + is a deliciously sweet Korean Citron tea that can easily become a cup a perfect winter drink by adding hot water or an icy retreat tea on a hot summer day by simply adding cold water.