Tea suitable for computer students and 6 types of health care tea suitable for office workers

White collars who work at the desk are exposed to computer radiation because they have been working with computers for a long time, which leads to dark yellow skin and frequent acne on their faces, as well as dry and astringent eyes. However, these problems are not insurmountable. You may as well make a cup of tea in your life, which can help you effectively detoxify and beautify your face, and alleviate problems such as dry eyes. So, don’t underestimate that cup of tea!

  1. Chrysanthemum tea
    Method: 10 chrysanthemums, 5 golden lotus flowers, 5 grams of cassia seed, 3 grams of medlar, and soak in boiling water for 3-5 minutes.
    Efficacy: Face the computer every day. As time goes by, your eyes will become tired and dry. Even if you are not nearsighted, you should always brew this drink, which will help alleviate the acid, fatigue and vision loss caused by long time use of the computer. The trollius flower can clear the throat, nourish the liver and brighten the eyes. Cassia seed is very helpful in treating eye diseases. Chinese wolfberry can nourish the liver, kidney and eyesight. Drinking it every day can improve the fatigue caused by overuse of the eyes, and make the eyes moist and bright.
  2. Rose tea
    Method: 8 roses, 2 rosettes, 2g Gynostemma pentaphyllum, 2g green tea, brewed in 90 ℃ water for 3-5 minutes.
    Efficacy: Wild Gynostemma pentaphyllum can resist electronic radiation. Roselle is a strong antioxidant, which can protect electronic radiation. The tea polyphenols of green tea have strong antioxidant activity, which can eliminate the oxygen free radicals in human body, so as to resist radiation, enhance the body’s immunity, absorb radioactive substances in the body, and discharge them out of the body through stool and urine, reducing or eliminating the harm of X-ray to the body. Roses can also regulate qi and relieve depression, and promote blood circulation and beauty.
  3. Chinese wolfberry tea
    Chinese wolfberry tea can alleviate the problems of sour eyes, fatigue and deepened vision. Because Chinese wolfberry is especially good at eyesight, it is also commonly known as “bright eye”. Doctors in previous dynasties often used lycium barbarum to treat the blindness and night blindness caused by liver blood deficiency and kidney yin deficiency. Therefore, it is a good choice to soak lycium barbarum in water when your eyes are dry.
  4. Silver Qi Tea
    Efficacy: This tea can effectively replenish water and moisturize skin. It’s good for your skin to drink more Silver Qi Tea, especially for female white-collar workers who often use computers. Prepare three coins of tremella fuciformis (soaked), five coins of lycium barbarum, and some rock sugar. Put tremella into a pot, add some water, boil it, add rock sugar and wolfberry, and boil it.
  5. Chinese date and wolfberry tea
    Efficacy: Both red dates and wolfberry can warm the stomach and protect the stomach, and also have a strong effect on skin care. White collars who drink more red dates and wolfberry tea will have tender and shiny skin.
    Bubble method:
    (1) First, wash the red dates and medlar respectively and soak them slightly.
    (2) Put the soaked red dates and medlar into the blender, add proper amount of water and mix them into the mixed juice of red dates and medlar.
    (3) Filter the pulp residue with a strainer.
    (4) Add rock sugar to the jujube and wolfberry juice, heat and boil to drink.
  6. Hawthorn tea
    Efficacy: Hawthorn is an appetizer and healthy food. If you have time, you can drink some hawthorn tea to kill your appetite. Hawthorn also has a good skin care effect. Female white-collar workers who drink more hawthorn tea are good for their skin.
    Bubble method:
    (1) Prepare 500g hawthorn, 200g dried lotus leaf, 200g coix seed and 100g licorice.
    (2) Grind the above ingredients into fine powder and divide them into 10 bags. Take one bag every day to brew with boiling water to replace tea.

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