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Cha Dao: The Way of Tea

By Brenton Harvey, LAc, CH and Hong Ji

Brenton Harvey, LAc, CH, and Hong Ji co-own Chinese Tea Imports., Ltd., research and educate on medicinal uses, and source and sell numerous Chinese fine teas. Brenton Harvey lives and practices in Shanghai, and travels the country exploring and purchasing teas. Hong Ji resides in Peoria, Ill., teaches tai chi and qi gong, and manages distribution.


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  April, 2005 (Vol. 06, Issue 04)
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  December, 2004 (Vol. 05, Issue 12)
Camellia Sinensis (Cha) Use in Traditional Chinese Medicine
  August, 2004 (Vol. 05, Issue 08)
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  May, 2004 (Vol. 05, Issue 05)

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