Albizia julibrissin Durazz and is known by many common names,Persian silk tree or pink siris, Lenkoran acacia and He Huan Hua in Pinyin. The species is usually called Silk tree or Mimosa. Also spelt Albizzia in western societies.
The Albizia julibrissin flowers and buds as a herbal tea helps lift the spirits, soothe frayed nerves and tired muscles and aids restful sleep As a tea the flowers have a beautifully slightly sweet flavour with a pleasant and distinctive smell.
According to the *Oriental traditional medicine (Kang, et al). The bark and flowers of Albizia julibrissin are valued as a calming the senses. Albizia bark is considered to anchor the spirit, and the flowers to uplift the spirit, mind, and body. As a tea the flowers have a beautifully slightly sweet flavour with a pleasant and distinctive smell. Albizia is non-toxic. The flowers are also used for:
The Flowers anda buds of albizia julibrissin is totally safe to be consumed. There are no know side effects recorded for ingestion the bark or the tea in stated quantities. As a result, the AHPA classifies this herb into class 1. From the perspective of TCM (Traditional Chinese medicine), it should be used with caution in the cases of deficiency of yin and body fluid impairment. Recommended dosage is from 3 to 9 grams daily. We supply a 10 gram scoop with your order.
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