An All Natural Herbal Treatment for Diabetics
In addition to P700, Dr. Kim also recommends Six Flavor Tea, a traditional Chinese formula. Used for thousands of years, Six Flavor Tea is recognized as an effective treatment for Diabetes.
In The Truth About Diabetes: The Natural Diabetes Solution, Dr. Kim explains where to purchase and how to prepare Six Flavor Tea so that you can try it at home. Find out more information from the resources below.
A Visual Reference for Six Flavor Tea
If you are interested in finding out more information about Six Flavor Tea, or if you would like the names and pictures of the herbs to guide you, click here .
HOW TO MAKE SIX FLAVOR TEA
Now that you know about the amazing benefits of Six Flavor Tea, the all-natural treatment for diabetes,
you probably want more details on how to make it. Making Six Flavor Tea is not a big secret or mystery.
As Dr. Kim mentions in The Truth About Diabetes, you can make this herbal tea easily at home. Below,
there are detailed instructions on how to purchase and make this all-natural alternative for diabetes.
1. Get the names of the herbs you need.
You can do this by printing out the herb list from this website. Just click on ¡°Six Flavor Tea¡±. Under the
title heading ¡°A Visual Reference for Six Flavor Tea¡± click on the link ¡°click here¡± for the list of names and
pictures of the herbs for Six Flavor Tea.
Find your local Chinese herbal store. You can find this information by looking in the phone book, the internet,
or by word of mouth. You can call a Chinese herbal store ahead of time to see if they have the herbs
in stock before you visit the store.
Most Chinese herbal stores in most North American cities carry the herbs you need to make Six Flavor
Tea. If you find that you are having difficulty finding herbal shops (which is highly unlikely) you can
purchase pre-packaged tea from this website. To order, please contact our office by email at
firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
2. Go to the herbal store to purchase the herbs.
Once you are there, you can show them the list of herbs you need. You can also give them more information
about what you want. For example, you can say ¡°I would like to purchase the herbs for Six Flavor tea
which helps people with diabetes. The tea is also called Liu Wei Di Huang Wan. Here is a list of herbs I
need to make the tea¡± (show the list).
It is almost impossible that they will not know about the herbs for Six Flavor Tea. Be persistent if there is
some initial confusion. Remember, this is not like purchasing western pharmaceutical drugs with flashy
advertisements and store discounts. These herbs are traditional solutions that have been used for thousands
Usually the herbs are sold by the pound. One pound is roughly the same size as one large book. So be
prepared to carry a large package of herbs when you leave the store.
3. When you come home¡¦
If you are not going to prepare Six Flavor Tea right away, and even after you prepare the herbs, please
store the herbs in a dark, dry place. These herbs do not go stale. They stay fresh for years.
There are stories of herbal products that have been contaminated with pesticides, herbicides, heavy
metals, and chemical fertilizers. Some even say that these herbs are not ¡®all natural¡¯ and can even be
harmful. But Dr. Kim has personally tested thousands of herbs sold in North American Chinese herbal
stores, and in his experience, there have been no such serious contaminations. As long as the herbs are
sold in a sizable Chinese herbal store, the quality and safety can be relied upon.
4. Prepare the tea powder.
To make Six Flavor Tea, you need to process the herbs into a tea powder. Take the herbs and grind them in
a blender or coffee grinder into a fine powder. Make sure you have the lid of your blender or grinder on properly,
this part of the process can be messy!
You have a choice when grinding the herbs for Six Flavor Tea. You can mix all the herbs together, then grind
them to make the powder. Or you can grind each herb, then mix the different powders together. It¡¯s your
choice, as long as the herbs are thoroughly mixed.
Store the tea powder in an airtight container when not in use. As mentioned above, store in a dark, dry place.
5. Preparing the tea.
A single serving for Six Flavor Tea is about 10 grams, or 1 large heaping table spoon. But remember, this is
not a pharmaceutical drug. If you happen to take 20 grams, even 40 to 50 grams, it is still safe and not harmful.
After making the tea powder, there are several ways to consume Six Flavor Tea:
The most recommended way is to brew the tea. You can do this by pouring 1 heaping table spoon, or 10
grams, into an herb-brewing pot. Brew the powder in 2.5 cups (or 360ml) of water and stir occasionally for
1 to 2 hours on low heat. Brewing is finished when the amount of water is reduced to half. If the mixture is
boiled at too high of a temperature, the taste may be bitter and the effect may be decreased. After brewing
is finished, drink the liquid portion of the tea.
You will notice that there are some sediments at the bottom of your cup. You can collect and store the left
over sediment in the refrigerator to make a second brew. It is a great waste to throw away the remaining
sediments after just one brew. You can rebrew the sediments and drink the tea 2-3 more times! It¡¯s very economical.
You should drink Six Flavor Tea 3 times a day on an empty stomach. If you are a more serious diabetic, you
should consider increasing the serving amount.
Other Preparation Methods
Microwave Method . Another way to prepare Six Flavor Tea is to use a microwave oven. Simply put the
powder in a container with 1 to 2 cups of water and heat for 10 to 20 minutes on low heat. Do not bring to a
boil. Again, you can rebrew the sediments 2-3 times.
Thermos Method . You can also put the tea powder in a thermos with hot water, shake, and let it steep for
25 to 40 minutes. This is the simplest method and it produces very good results. Let the sediment settle to
the bottom and rebrew for 2 or 3 more tea drinks.
Direct Consumption . You can even eat the powder too. Dr. Kim often sprinkles the tea powder over his food
or puts it in his hot soup.
6. A matter of convenience.
Many people find that purchasing and preparing Six Flavor very inconvenient. If you find that this is true for
you, you can purchase a capsule form of Six Flavor Tea. Contact us for more information by emailing us at