Cooling herbal tea

3 servings
15 min
25 min


Number of serving: 3
Pak Chee chao

Har Fui Chao Zi Cao (Gromwell Root or Arnebia or Lithospermum))

Thong Thoong Kua- Candied Melon

Kum Cho - Liquorice


  • Wash and soak the herbs, remove the herbs from the water and throw away the water, this way you will not disturbed the sand and grit that have sunk to the bottom.
  • Put washed herbs and the remaining ingredients in a large pot, fill with enough of water - amount does not matter - the more water you have, the tea will only be more diluted.
  • Bring to the boil and continue to boil for another 10 - 15 minutes.
  • Strain and take this drink for cooling purposes.
  • Use the herbs again and reboiled with more water, this consumption will not be as cooling as the first pot, anyway you need a lot of liquid when you are well.


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