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  • Jiao Gu Lan, also known as Gynostemma, is an adaptogen and is considered China's Immortality Herb. It is also used in traditional Chinese herbal medicine.
  • Gynostemma is a plant that is native to China and other parts of Southeast Asia. It is commonly used in traditional Chinese medicine for its medicinal properties and is consumed as a tea.

  • Gynostemma tea is made by steeping the dried leaves of the plant in hot water. The tea has a slightly sweet, earthy taste with a slightly bitter aftertaste. It is often described as having a similar taste to green tea, nettle tea, stevia leaf, or ginseng tea.

  • Gynostemma is believed to have many health benefits, including reducing inflammation, boosting the immune system, and improving cardiovascular health. It is also believed to have anti-aging properties and to promote longevity.
  • Gynostemma tea is a flavorful and healthful beverage that can be enjoyed on its own or blended with other teas and ingredients. It is a great choice for those who are looking for a natural way to boost their health and well-being.
  • Our Jiao Gu Lan is wild grown. 


  • May reduce high cholesterol
  • May reduce high blood pressure
  • May improve heart function
  • May strengthen the immune system
  • May increase stamina and energy
  • May improve resistance to stress (as an “adaptogen”)
  • May improve memory
  • May help prevent hair loss


  • Gynostemma pentaphyllum


  • Yunnan, China


  • Mild taste similar to green tea, mild vegetal taste of nettles, sweet licorice 


  • Wild grown


  • None


  • Add 1 Tbsp to 16 oz of 100 degrees Celsius water. Steep for 1 minute for a smooth, non-bitter infusion. 
  • Three infusions.
  • Note: Jiao Gu Lan can be steeped for up to 5 minutes, but the infusion may be strong and slightly bitter. 


  • Jiao Gu Lan is also found in Longevity Tea.
  • Also tastes great with equal parts Jiao Gu Lan, Rose Petals/Buds, and Nettles.