Spring Melon Slice Tea

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Our Spring Melon Slice Green Tea is one of your best allies to get pregnant naturally. These organic tea leaves will boost your fertility.

Spring Melon Slice Green Tea is considered one of China's most wanted teas.  Originally from Jinzhai Mountain, this tea is in lamellar shape that looks like the seeds of sunflower, hence named 'melon seeds slice'. The name 'melon seeds slice' is now simplified as 'melon slice'.

The fresh tea leaves picked to produce melon slice are much different from other teas. After plucking one bud with two leaves from the tea plant, we separate the full-blown leaves from the tender leaves. Following that, both the leaf tip and stalk are cut from the full-blown leaves. So every single leaf of melon slice has no bud nor stalk. Carefully groomed leaves are then pan-fired at a slow bake over a charcoal fire and frequently turned to give a delicate hint of smokiness. 

Based on its health benefits, green tea helps boost overall health and ease medical conditions that are preventing conception.

Packed with antioxidants such as EGCG, green tea may boost fertility by reducing the formation of free radicals and preventing DNA damage to cells including sperm and eggs.

Green tea contains B vitamins and folate, which is natural folic acid. It also contains minerals, such as magnesium, caffeine, and antioxidants, such as polyphenols.


Smooth and rich liquor with minimal vegetal notes. The aroma of the tea, amazingly, resembles the smell of fresh roasted sunflower seeds.

How to Brew Spring Melon Slice Green Tea:
1. Rinse the teacup and teapot with hot water.
2. Use about 3.5 - 7 grams of tea leaves (2-3.5 teaspoons) for every 225 ml of water.
3. Steep tea leaves in hot water at 70°c (158°F) to 80°c (176°F) for 1 minute for the first and second brewing.
4. Gradually increase steeping time and temperature for subsequent brewing.
5. Refill when the glass is still 1/3 full.


Cool and ventilated place, avoid direct sunlight. If the conditions permit, it is best to refrigerate.