Rock Sugar Mint Tea Wash the mint leaves of traditional Chinese medicine with cold water and put them in a teacup. Add 200ml of hot water and cover for 15-20 minutes until the fragrance of the medicine is released. Rock sugar and fruit juice can be added to enhance the taste according to personal preference. Peppermint tea can relieve symptoms such as wind-heat, dizziness and sore throat in summer. Rose Pu’er Tea Put the Pu’er tea into a cup, pour boiling water, pour out the tea for the first brew, add roses for the second brew, and pour hot water, and wait for 15 minutes. In summer, the human body is irritable and easy to get angry. Brewing roses and Pu’er tea together can relieve chest tightness and irritability. Winter melon tea: Wash 1000 grams of winter melon peeled and seeded, cut into pieces, add 300 grams of brown sugar, mix well and marinate for 30 minutes, add water to the pot and boil, simmer for 40 minutes, turn off the heat and simmer for 20 minutes. . Winter melon tea has the effects of clearing heat and detoxification, promoting body fluid and quenching thirst, and clearing liver and improving eyesight. It is an ideal drink for prolonging life. Dandelion tea: Wash 75 grams of dried dandelion, put it in a pot, add 1000ml of water to boil on high heat, cover the pot, simmer for 1 hour on low heat, filter out the tea residues, and drink after cooling. Dandelion is rich in selenium and potassium, rich in lecithin, which can prevent liver cirrhosis and enhance liver and gall bladder functions. Jasmine tea takes the dried jasmine buds and places them in a tea set, and brews them with boiling water. The ratio of tea to water is 1:50, and the brewing time does not exceed 5 minutes per brew. Jasmine tea can calm the mood, invigorate the spleen and reduce dampness, reduce gastrointestinal discomfort, and can nourish the skin and nourish the skin. It should be noted that excessive consumption of jasmine tea can cause anemia and calcium deficiency. Honeysuckle tea Put 10 grams of honeysuckle into a teapot, pour 500 ml of boiling water, let cool, add some sugar to replace the tea. Honeysuckle tea is sweet and cold in nature and has the effects of clearing away heat and toxins, dispelling wind-heat, reducing swelling and relieving pain, and is suitable for treating summer heat toxins, boils, etc. When making chrysanthemum tea, put four or five chrysanthemum tea in each time, and brew them in boiling water for two to three minutes. Add a few rock sugars to taste sweeter. Chrysanthemum has the effects of nourishing the liver, calming the liver, clearing the liver and improving eyesight. It is suitable for drinking in summer. It can also enhance the elasticity of capillaries, slow down the heart rate, lower blood pressure and cholesterol. It also has a good effect on dry eyes caused by excessive eye use. Lotus Leaf Tea You don’t need to boil lotus leaf tea. You can brew it in boiling water. It is best to simmer for 5 minutes, so that the tea has a stronger flavor. In summer, it can be drunk iced for better taste. Lotus leaf tea has the effects of clearing the heart, relieving heat, dispelling wind and dampness, and can also promote smooth gastrointestinal tract. It is an ideal choice for people with “three highs” and those who lose weight.