|Nyashing Jorma Tea|
|The dried leaves that could be Walnut |
or something else, also used for Sujha
Coincidentally, or perhaps an inspiration from my blog post about Sujha? (written Feb 15) Kuensel's Ugyen Penjore wrote about the Nyashing Jorma tea in the Feb 26 issue of the Kuensel. For those of you who might be interested in more information, I have posted the story here (click on the link to read the story). Apparently the tea is known for its medicinal value to cure joint pains and healing fractures. It would have been nice if the article confirmed that with a quote from a traditional/ indigenous medicinal practitioner.
p.s Lakey also left a comment on my initial post that Nyashing Jorma is actually Mistletoe.