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Noi's "Fresh Daily" Thai Herbal Juices
Open Monday - Saturday 8.30 am. - 7.00 pm. (Closed some Sundays)

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Herbal Teas

Our selection of Herbal Teas normally in stock includes: Bai-Yanang, Khow Tong, Jiaogulan, Lemon Grass, Morinda citrifolia (Noni), Butterfly Blue Pea, Moringa, Ginkgo Biloba, Sacha Inchi, Roselle/Rose-hip, Stevia, Dried Lingzhi Mushroom, Safflower, Papaya Leaf, and more. We will be continuing to add to our Herbal Tea selection over time.

Noi makes the Bai-Yanang Tea (description below) and Khow Tong Tea, the others are sourced from a local farmers agent,
and are grown locally.

Noi's "All Natural" Bai-Yanang Tea

60% Bai-Yanang + Lemon Grass, Holy Basil, Pandan

History of Tea: The practice of drinking tea is believed to originate in China dating back over 1,000 years  Studies have led many scientists to believe that drinking tea can help protect against many forms of illness including cancer (see below).

Herbal Tea: There are many types of healing herbs found in the forest & jungle used in traditional medicine, this is especially true in Thailand. Local people normally approach the preparation of these healing herbs in the same way as tea, thus the name "Herbal Tea". These herbs have unique properties which are frequently used as medicines to treat illness and the prevention of illness  Properties including taste & smell normally do not disappear when heated.

Noi's Bai-Yanang Tea: Noi's special blend of Bai-Yanang Tea is a mix of 4 healthy Asian herbs into one flavorful tea. The leaves (and some stems) are: washed, cut, sun-dried, then lightly toasted to maximize flavor. You can either steep the tea in very hot water or boil the herbs to taste. Below is information on the 4 herbs we found on the Internet from sources believed to be reliable.

Bai-Yanang - Tiliacora triandra

In traditional Southeast Asian medicine, it has been used as an herbal medicine for fever relief, alcohol intoxication, anti-inflamation, antioxidant, anti-cancer and anti-bacterial. Yanang leaves contain polyphenols, flavenoids, alkaloids, B-carotene and minerals such as calcium and iron."
- Antioxidant and lessening free radical damage
- Anti-inflammatory activity.
- Reduces, risk of cancer and tumor formation
- Anti-bacterial, Anti-fungal.


Lemon Grass - (Lemongrass, Cymbopogon)

General uses of Lemongrass: Cough, cold & sore throats • Anxiety • High cholesterol • Type 2 diabetes • Colitis • Digestion • Rough, dry, scaly skin • Acne • Constipation • Kidney detoxification • Insomnia • Relaxation & deep sleep Healing Properties and Benefits of Lemongrass:  Lemongrass has many health benefits and healing properties containing many compounds, oils, minerals and vitamins that are known to have anti-oxidant and disease preventing properties. The primary chemical component in lemongrass is citral which has strong anti-microbial and anti-fungal properties. Lemongrass therefore inhibits microbial and bacterial growth in the body, both internally and externally, helping to prevent and cure bacterial infections in the colon, stomach, urinary tract and respiratory system.
Its leaves and stems are high in folic acid and essential vitamins such as pantothenic acid (vitamin B5), pyridoxine (vitamin B-6) and thiamin (vitamin B-1). Lemongrass also contains many anti-oxidant minerals and vitamins such as vitamin C, vitamin A, potassium, zinc, calcium, iron, manganese, copper, and magnesium.


Cancer Fighting  ...One of the most exciting potential benefits of lemongrass tea is revealed within a growing body of research on its cancer-fighting properties. In Israel, a research team was led by Dr. Rivka Ofir and Prof. Yakov Weinstein, from the Department of Microbiology and Immunology, to study whether lemongrass may have cancer-fighting potential. According to the Alternative Remedies website, these researchers from Ben Gurion University discovered in 2006 that the component that produces the lemon aroma in herbs like lemongrass kills cancer cells in vitro, while leaving healthy cells unharmed.
Cholesterol   ..A possible link between lemongrass and cholesterol was investigated by researchers from the Department of Nutritional Sciences at the University of Wisconsin, and the findings were published in "Journal of Lipids" in 1989. According to the Dean Coleman website, after three months, cholesterol levels among the responders had decreased by a significant 38 points. When the participants of the study stopped taking lemongrass, cholesterol levels returned to their previous levels.
Vitamins and Minerals  ...Lemongrass tea contains a wide array of beneficial vitamins and minerals. The list of vitamins includes a healthy dose of vitamin C, vitamin A and several of the B vitamins, including folate, or B9. Folate is an essential B vitamin that has been shown to prevent birth defects and is also beneficial to the health of cells in your body. Minerals in lemongrass tea include manganese, calcium, magnesium and phosphorous. Because lemongrass tea contains so many nutrients, it is often utilized as a home health remedy to aid with digestive problems, fight off infection and improve overall symptoms of the common cold.


Basil (Holy Basil / Tulsi)

Holy basil, a small shrub with scented leaves, is widely used throughout south Asia for purported medicinal purposes and as an herbal tea. Ayurvedic medicine regards holy basil as an adaptogen -- an herb that brings body systems into balance and increases resilience. 


15 Benefits of the Holy Basil (Tulsi)

Holy basil is a powerful antioxidant with demonstrated antibacterial, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory properties.1,3 In Ayurvedic medicine, holy basil has been used to treat a variety of conditions - everything from the common cold to bronchitis to fever to certain digestive complaints, including ulcers.1,2


Pandan Leaves
 - (Screw Pine)

There are various pandan leaves benefits to go along with the culinary uses of the pandan leaves. Pandan leaves are very beneficial for various health conditions. Pandan leaves consist of essential oils, traces of tannin, glycosides and alkaloids as well. As a matter of fact, whole pandan plant is considered to be diuretic and is extremely useful for healing various wounds and diseases like smallpox. Pandan leaves are said to be pain relievers and used that way to cure chest pain, headache, reduce fever, arthritis, earache, etc. Pandan leaves are also used as a healthy laxative for children. Chewing pandan leaves is an easy way to get rid of gum pain.


Pandan leaves and roots are found to have medicinal benefits. It helps in relieving headaches and pain caused by arthritis and even hangover. It also treats leprosy, smallpox, wounds, reduce fever, solves most skin problem, cures ear pains, and eases chest pains. It also reduces stomach spasms and strengthens the gum.


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200/1 Kampangdin Street, Tambon Haiya, Chiang Mai 50100 Thailand
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Open Monday - Saturday 8.30 am. - 7.00 pm. (Closed some Sundays)
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