Tea Discovery: Crab Pincer Tea

Yakou Village, Yunnan Eons of evolution in the ancient tea forests of China has established a complex and delicate biomass. The gnarled, pale-grey and green trunks of the oldest trees are home to myriad adaptations of spiders, lichen, and the tree parasite known to locals as crab pincer, a tea mistletoe.   Crab pincers The name is aptly applied.  Crab pincer Viscum liquidambaricolum (Hayata) is a branched, flat-stem medicinal herb that can be found as a shrub entwined with roots

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