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Yulmucha refers to Yulmu Tea, a traditional Korean hot tea drink made from roasted ground Job's tears . Job's tears which is a white powder with a nutty flavor is added to hot water then sugar or honey is also added for sweet tasting hot tea. It is also known as Yulmu-Cha


Yulmucha, also known as Job's tears tea, is a traditional Korean beverage made from Job's tears, an ancient grain cultivated for its medicinal properties. The tea has a light, nutty flavor with a hint of sweetness, making it a popular choice for those looking for a refreshing and healthy drink. Yulmucha is often enjoyed hot in the winter months to help warm the body, or cold in the summer for a cooling effect. It is believed to have detoxifying and anti-inflammatory properties, making it a popular choice for those seeking to improve their overall health.

Application Areas

  • As a refreshing drink on a hot summer day
  • To help warm the body in the winter months
  • As a detoxifying beverage
  • For its anti-inflammatory properties

Treatment and Risks

  • Can be used as a natural remedy for inflammation and detoxification
  • May cause allergic reactions in some individuals
  • Excessive consumption may lead to digestive issues


Similar Concepts and Synonyms

  • Job's tears tea
  • Coixseed tea
  • Hato mugi cha


Yulmucha, also known as Job's tears tea, is a traditional Korean beverage made from Job's tears, a medicinal grain with detoxifying and anti-inflammatory properties. It is enjoyed both hot and cold, and is popular for its light, nutty flavor with a hint of sweetness. Yulmucha is a versatile drink that can be consumed for both its refreshing taste and potential health benefits.


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