BUDDHA TEAS : Dong Quai Tea
Purchase of Vintage Items
Vintage items are used items from 1993 and older, and in most cases have been worn, will have minor defects and show signs or former wear, and imperfections. Vintage items will not be 100% free of defects These items will have imperfections, wear and tear.
All wear, tear and imperfections are described in the description, but it is possible that we can miss and overlook some things.
Some vintage items will have that "old smell" to it.
All items are professionally cleaned unless it interferes of delicate fabricate of the item. (Please be mindful that some imperfections (stains), or smell will not come out.)
All vintage items are sold "as is"
Condition Ratings of Vintage Items
Excellent: Item is in mint or very close to mint condition with minor to no visible wear and tear, with no specific flaws to point out.
Very Good: Item is in near excellent condition for its age but may show minor wear and tear including but not limited to minor tears, stains, but does not affect the wearability of the item. All flaws will be noted
Good: Item shows visible wear and tear. Flaws will be noted
Sizing Of Vintage Items
The sizing of vintage items differ from the sizing of modern sizing. The chart below provides a general estimate of the size of each item. (XS,S, M, L, XL) to help better understand the sizing of each item. Please use the chart below as a general guideline for sizing estimates. Each item description is given a detailed specifics of the measurements to provide you with a better understanding of fit of each item. Please consult those specifics measurements of the vintage garments in comparison of a garments that fits you the best,to determine the best size.
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This item above is Buddha Teas: Dong Quai Tea
Many of the herbs cultivated in China today have a history of use going back thousands of years, and dong quai is no exception. Dong quai is certainly an old and well-respected herbal ingredient, and dong quai tea can make a great addition to anyone’s herbal tea collection. Also referred to as Chinese Angelica, it is commonly found in cold, damp habitats in China and Japan. Dong quai belongs to the same family as carrots, celery, parsley and fennel. The edible part of the plant is its thick root, which creates an aromatic, subtly sweet tea that is often described as pleasant.
A Treasure of China
When you indulge in a cup of dong quai tea, you not only enjoy a high quality herbal tea, but your body enjoys the extra boost in essential vitamins, minerals, and other micronutrients. Dong quai tea is a natural source of vitamin A, C, E, and several B vitamins, including B7, or biotin. Iron, magnesium, potassium and selenium can also be found in dong quai. Like many herbal teas, dong quai is even a source of antioxidants.