What is the clitoris and anchan tea, why drink it and how is it useful

Cli­toris is often called “blue matcha” and it is grad­u­al­ly tak­ing its place among new and healthy drinks. What is a cli­toris? Why is it called “blue match”? How is it use­ful for wom­en’s health and beau­ty? We will talk about all this in our new arti­cle!

how to drink the clitoris

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Cli­toris is one of the pop­u­lar herbal teas, which is com­pared to the pop­u­lar matcha tea for its ben­e­fits. More­over: it is even called a “blue match”, although this, if you take a clos­er look, is not quite so.

What is a clitoris?

Cli­to­ria or anchan is a plant that grows in Thai­land. Tea on the buds of the cli­toris in Thai­land is called nam dok anchan, and it is as pop­u­lar as our reg­u­lar black tea. Cli­to­ria is also pop­u­lar in India and many oth­er Asian coun­tries.

In order to pre­pare tea from the cli­toris, dried buds are tak­en that have bare­ly opened, they are the ones that col­or the infu­sion in a beau­ti­ful corn­flower col­or. If you add lemon to cli­toris tea, you can get a very beau­ti­ful pur­ple with a shade of pur­ple. The tea has a slight­ly strange herbal taste with metal­lic notes.

The cli­toris can also be used as a nat­ur­al dye: for noo­dles, sweets, por­ridge or cock­tails.

How to drink anchan tea

This tea has an elu­sive and light taste, so you can show max­i­mum cre­ativ­i­ty with it and exper­i­ment with com­bi­na­tions.

In Asia, for exam­ple, cane sug­ar is added to cli­toris infu­sion: you can drink this drink either cold or hot, depend­ing on your desire.

You can also add coconut or almond milk to anchan to enjoy a del­i­cate creamy taste. In addi­tion, such tea will look beau­ti­ful in pho­tos with its pas­tel blue shade.

They also like to add spices and var­i­ous syrups to the cli­toris. The most deli­cious and refresh­ing recipe for anchan tea is a com­bi­na­tion of cli­toris and fresh mint.

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Why drink the clitoris

This is not just a cheer­ful blue tea that looks cool in pho­tos, but a whole store­house of vit­a­mins. Cli­toris is not just used in med­i­cine, includ­ing folk med­i­cine: in Thai­land, sex­u­al ail­ments are treat­ed with the help of this herb.

Health benefits of the clitoris:

  • Cli­toris grass reg­u­lates the blood cir­cu­la­tion sys­tem, allows you to puri­fy the blood.
  • An extract from the roots of the cli­toris can be used to cure the bites of poi­so­nous insects.
  • A decoc­tion of the plant cleans wounds and pre­vents inflam­ma­tion and decay.
  • Cli­toris is a good aux­il­iary tool in the treat­ment of infer­til­i­ty (includ­ing male infer­til­i­ty) and men­stru­al cycle dis­or­ders.

Benefits of clitoris tea:

  • Tea from cli­toris flow­ers is a good stim­u­lant and helps to increase poten­cy.
  • This drink cleans the ves­sels of the eyes and has a ben­e­fi­cial effect on vision. It can be used as an adju­vant for glau­co­ma and cataracts.
  • Anchan tea pre­vents the appear­ance of gray hair and hair loss.
  • For ner­vous peo­ple, this tea is a stress reliev­er.
  • Stu­dents will enjoy the mem­o­ry-enhanc­ing prop­er­ties of anchan tea, as well as its antiox­i­dant prop­er­ties.

How to make clitoris tea

This is a fair­ly easy and quick recipe. Take five or six flow­ers for a glass of boil­ing water, brew until the infu­sion becomes corn­flower-blue, rich in col­or.

You can add anchan to tea:

  • coconut, rice or almond milk;
  • lime or lemon juice;
  • hon­ey or cane sug­ar;
  • mint, mint syrup.
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Why the clitoris is not “blue matcha”

Cof­fee shop own­ers who offer vis­i­tors to taste “blue matcha” are very deceit­ful, try­ing to sell inex­pen­sive cli­toris at the price of elite tea.

Matcha, a tra­di­tion­al and very spe­cial tea for the Chi­nese and Japan­ese, is extreme­ly dif­fi­cult to obtain. It is obtained from the upper leaves of the tea tree: twen­ty days before har­vest­ing, the bush­es are placed in the shade to hide the leaves from the sun’s rays. As a result, more chloro­phyll and amino acids accu­mu­late in them. After that, the leaves are col­lect­ed by hand, steamed, dried and ground into a fine pow­der.

The cli­toris is unpre­ten­tious in care. You just need to wait for young buds to appear and col­lect them until they open, and then dry them. Noth­ing spe­cial and no fuss.

Hence the main dif­fer­ence: cli­toris costs about 100 dol­lars per kilo­gram, and the cheap­est matcha tea — about five thou­sand per kilo­gram.

Try­ing to sell a cli­toris under the name “blue matcha” is an attempt to make more mon­ey from the con­sumer’s igno­rance. Isn’t it cheap­er to make the same drink at home?

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