Artichoke Herbal Tea

artichoke teaArtichoke herbal tea is one of the most popular herbal beverages in modern Vietnam, China and other countries of the Far East, but nowadays it is possible to buy this unique delicious herbal tea online even for the customers located in Europe and the US. Artichoke tea is a caffeine-free herbal tea with slightly sweet taste and very smooth flavor. This herbal tea has a unique pleasant aroma and when consumed cold, it turns into a refreshing and energizing health-promoting drink which can be very useful to anyone.

Artichoke tea benefitsArtichoke and artichoke tea benefits take source from rich vitamin and nutrient content of this herbal remedy. Artichoke is a great natural source of Vitamins A and B group, dietary fiber and protein, calcium, potassium, magnesium, iron, phosphorus and other nutrients and minerals. In addition to stimulating fat burning (promoting effective weight reduction) and lowering the levels of bad cholesterol in the blood, artichoke tea benefits include also such therapeutic properties of this product as anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory effects, which can help you avoid bladder, liver and kidney infections.

Undoubtedly, the highest quality artichoke herbal teas are produced in Vietnam, namely in the Dalat region famous for its exclusive artichoke tea brands. The best samples of artichoke tea are prepared from the roots and flowers of the plant, and some artichoke tea producers add to the blend such ingredients as prunella spike and chrysanthemum. It is also interesting that this tea needs no sweetener and it makes the taste of what you eat or drink sweeter than it normally is. Just steep a bag of this wonderful herbal tea for 3-4 minutes in a cup of hot water, and enjoy beautiful refreshing flavor and numerous artichoke tea benefits.

To buy a high quality artichoke tea click here, and for purchasing artichoke extract click here.

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11 Responses to “Artichoke Herbal Tea”

  1. annette says:

    where can I purchase this? can’t find it in my locality… anyone, help. Thanks

  2. julene says:

    I just found this site, because I have recently purchased this tea for the first time at an oriental food market. Was just checking it out before I made myself a cup.

  3. julene says:

    I think it was a Veitnamese store.

  4. rebecca says:

    can some one please tell me how many times a day are we supposed to drink this tea?

  5. Paul says:

    My wife boils a large fresh artichoke in a large pot full of water. Bring water to a boil then let simmer for a few hours. Adding honey to your taste works well.

  6. Ann Futros says:

    Please let me know where I can purchase this articoke tea in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada Thank you

  7. Sheryl Robertson says:

    Just saw this tea on Dr. Oz…went online to research and found it on for sale.

  8. Maurice Cenal says:


    I just saw the same show on Dr. Oz. I’m in Hawaii and have friends who are Vietnamese. That’s where you will find the product, if you have a Chinatown in your area that might help as well. I also found capsules on Puritan’s Pride website but don’t know if it is as effective as the actual tea, they claim that you could open the capsules and make a tea out of it, and it’s fairly inexpensive. Good luck, I just had two cups of the tea and it doesn’t taste bad at all.


  9. enzy says:

    Today i had my first Vietnamese lunch. I had Pho with artichoke tea. It was the perfect combo. The owner had artichoke tea for sale so i bought a bag of 100 count ($6.99). It was the good stuff from Dalat. Its good hot or cold with an already sweet after taste. It contains no caffiene and i had a cup with a soak in the tub before bed like she recommended. I had a great experience to a new culture of dining!

    Enjoy the pho and tea, Enzy!

  10. Len Brault says:

    Vietnam has a long tradition of using artichoke both as a cooking ingredient and a healthy tea; artichoke grows optimally in their climate and many people feel the best artichoke comes from Vietnam.

    When purchased in teabag form, it is usually 18-20 mg, and if you are looking for medicinal benefit, Dr Oz and others recommend 18 mg servings/extract 2-3 times a day, so the teabag form is a good way to do this in a measured way. It’s easier to get that on a regular basis if you also try icing it or using it after brewing to flavor a stew, rice, or other recipe as a broth. While advertised widely as a natural cholesterol reducer, I personally drink it for the aid to digestion that it provides. Search for it online under “Vietnamese artichoke tea”.

  11. Julie says:

    Hjælp, må man drikke det når man er gravid?