Deborah brews this tea in the fall and winter as her go-to remedy for colds and as a preventative to stay healthy. Her Chinese herbalist, Maureen Larkin, introduced her to the blend a few years ago and she’s been addicted to it ever since.
“A distant cousin of the Opium Poppy without the déclassé trappings of having morphine and being addictive, I use this herb in my clinic for patients that have pain or worries that get in the way of sleep.” - Carolyn Baron, Acupuncturist
“In addition to being a wonderful source of beta carotene, fiber, vitamin K1, potassium, and antioxidants, carrots have an unparalleled sweetness in the summer months, here in New York”. – Shou Sugi Ban House Chef, Jacob Clark