meet dr. lu

dr. lu, phd. was a little girl with a dream of talking to flower fairies. As she grew up, her passion for biology was clear as she studied plant genes in renowned universities for over 20 years in the state.

Her awe of nature inspired her to return to the wild, dedicating her life to herbalism and carrying on thousands of years of family tradition. As a naturalistic biologist, she creates a holistic view of health, balancing prevention and healing in harmony with nature.

with the hope of sharing her passions and beliefs with a wider audience, dr. lu has worked tirelessly to bring you meridian tea, a beloved choice amongst those who are looking for a natural and delicious way to support their well-being.

Dr. Lu's dream of talking to flower fairies has become a reality and her work continues to inspire us to appreciate the power of nature.

what is meridian & how it’s work?

in traditional chinese medicine the meridian system refers to a network of pathways in the body through which vital energy (qi) flows. There are 12 main meridians, each of which is associated with an organ and a time of day when it is most active.

maintaining the balance of qi is important in promoting overall well-being. dr. lu created the meridian tea blends specifically to aid the health and function of various organ systems and meridians. as a part of a healthy lifestyle, meridian teas support a balanced and invigorated state of being.

balance of yin & yang

Yin & Yang is a philosophy from ancient Chinese culture that explains how opposite forces are interconnected and complementary, and how they can interact to form a dynamic system.

In Chinese Medicine, Yin & Yang is used to describe the way energy in the body works, with Yin being associated with calming and cooling energy, and Yang being associated with activating and warming energy. This philosophy suggests that when our Yin & Yang are balanced, we will experience optimal health and well-being, but when the balance is disrupted, it can lead to physical, mental, and emotional issues.