Villagers here, almost every household processing Gynostemma pentaphyllum. It is far from the pollution of the city. And there are natural springs, dense deep forests and pleasant bird calls.
Deep mountain tender leaves of Gynostemma pentaphyllum
A grassy climbing plant of the genus Gynostemma; its stems are slender, branched, longitudinally ridged and grooved, hairless or sparsely pubescent, and young leaves picked artificially in a humid and mild climate are dried on a clean drying rack without any pollution or processing.
The first cup of tea soup is green in color and tastes bitter and mellow. It will bring sweet aftertaste to the tip of the tongue. It is rich in saponins, polysaccharides and brass nutrients. It is good for health. With real material, it is tender and transparent.
For the second spreading, third drying, it is dark green in color. And the thinner the leaves, the tighter the roll. It has a high clean degree, without any extra brewing bubble. After brewing, it is a piece of tender leaves in the tea soup. No stalks, no impurities, but has high nutrition, which is more suitable for brewing tea and keeping health.