The Tea Of Roses, Goqi And Danggui - Poem by Wang Qian
I boil the bunches of roses
Into the water,
When the time is ready for another cup of tea.
I see roses taking off the color.
Goqi and Danggui are in harmony
With each other
The heat and the bitter.
From the top I chew the floating buds
Of the wild roses,
Then sweet Goqi,
The bitter Danggui enriches the blood.
Filling sleep, health and beauty
Into the female body.
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