Chigir tea is a traditional drink of the peoples of Altai and Mongolia.
Fermented leaf of frankincense(badan) – a storehouse of vitamins, contains substances that stimulate the burning of fat. Increases stress resistance, endurance, immunity. Excellent prevention of diseases of the gastrointestinal tract.
Badan is an unpretentious plant growing in the mountains. Lovers grow it on personal plots. And who would have thought that in addition to the decorative functions, this plant also carries great benefits for our health.
In fact, this tea is nothing more than the dried and overwinted leaves of the incense, which are collected in the spring after the snow melts. In the period from late autumn to spring, the leaves undergo natural natural fermentation: rain, snow, heat are repeatedly soaked and dried. The green leaves of the frankincense itself are poisonous, but thanks to the natural fermentation process, all the poisons are neutralized, bitterness disappears, and the tea from the frankincense becomes useful and very tasty.
Useful properties of tea from frankincense
Tea from badan leaves has long been very popular among the people, it was revered among the peoples of Altai, Siberia and Mongolia. The Chigir tea was especially loved by the Mongols, as evidenced by its second name – Mongolian tea. The steppe tribes of Mongolia drank such tea in both winter and summer. After all, it tones up, invigorates, gives energy and strength, perfectly quenches thirst, restores metabolism, and the antibacterial activity of tea helps to suppress the growth of gram-positive bacteria. Badan leaves contain iron, manganese, gallic acid, arbutin, copper, as well as substances that stimulate the burning of fat. Want to lose weight? Drink Chigir Tea!
Also tea from a sheet of frankincense is used for diseases of the thyroid gland, diseases of the urinary tract and gastrointestinal tract. Very often tea made from fermented leaves of frankincense is used to increase endurance and stress resistance during depression, heavy physical exertion, overwork and increased psychological stress. Caffeine Free!
Ingredients: fermented frankincense leaf, currant leaves
How to make chigir tea?
Incense is brewed in a large ceramic teapot. We offer the following recipe for brewing Chigir tea:
We place 2 tbsp. l tea in a teapot, pour 1 liter of boiling water and let it brew for 15-20 minutes. To enhance the taste, the drink can be heated without boiling. The drink is ready!
When brewed, chigir tea gives a beautiful brown tint and has an amazing cedar flavor. Chigirsky tea goes well with honey, stevioside, milk. You can also add a sheet of incense to black or green tea to give a pleasant aftertaste of pine nuts.