“Du zhong”, or what is often known as Eucommia Bark is a small tree that naturally grows in Southeast China. It usually grows to a height of 20 meters, and it has leaves that exude latex that solidify into rubber. Du Zhong has been long used in Chinese Traditional Medicine and healthy tea.
How to Use
Put one tea bag into 500-700mL (16.9 – 23.7 fl oz.) of boiled water, and steep for 5 minutes with low heat. If you prefer a lighter taste, remove tea bag from water before drinking.
Follow the same instruction as hot tea above, and then allow tea to cool to room temperature. Transfer to a sealed container and keep it in the refrigerator. Or put tea bag into a pitcher, and pour 300-500mL (10.1 – 16.9 fl oz.) of water. Keep it in the refrigerator for 15-30 minutes.
Put tea bag into a teapot, and pour in desired amount of boiled water. Adjust steeping time depending upon desired strength.