herbal tea is growing at a faster rate than ever, as the number of herbal tea shops in China continues to increase.
The country has more than one million herbal tea stores, but the number has been steadily growing since the late 1990s, according to a report published by the Chinese government’s National Agricultural Development Research Institute.
“There is a growing awareness of herbal medicine and herbal tea,” said Liu Zhenxing, director of the institute’s National Research Center for Natural Health.
“This awareness has become more widespread because of the rapid growth in the number and variety of herbal medicinal products.”
According to the report, the number rose from 6,700 herbal tea outlets in 2001 to more than 1,000 in 2013, and now more than 200,000 herbal tea sellers exist in China.
In addition to herbal tea products, there are also herbal supplements, vitamins and dietary supplements, as well as herbal tea treats, said Liu.
A lot of the growth has been attributed to the increase in the consumption of herbal medicines in China, which is estimated to have reached its highest level since the mid-1990s.
However, there is also a growing market for herbal tea in China for the treatment of a range of ailments, including cancer, arthritis, allergies and mental health problems, according a report by the U.S. State Department in 2017.
According to Dr. Liu, the increase of herbal products has helped herbal tea retailers expand their business.
“It’s really easy to get access to the market, so it’s a great way for us to expand our business,” he said.
“The market is very saturated, and we have seen a lot of growth in demand for herbal medicine in China,” said Zhang Xian, a pharmacist who sells herbal tea at a herbal tea shop in Beijing.
“The popularity of herbal and herbal products in China is increasing at an increasing rate, so herbal tea has become a lot more popular.”
Wang Jiajie, a herbalist and owner of a herbal shop in Wuhan, said he was also able to expand his business.
“It’s not just about the tea itself, but also the herbal medicine that you use and the herbal tea treatment you get,” he told News24.
Wu Yongzheng, an herbalist at a tea shop located in Beijing, said she was happy with the growth in sales of herbal remedies and herbal remedies for general wellness and health.
“We have to be careful to use herbs that are healthy and not toxic,” she said.
“We want to keep it healthy and healthy for everyone.”
The rise in demand has led to increased demand for more herbs.
The number of herbs sold increased from 3,500 in 2015 to more like 9,500 this year, according the report.
The government has also introduced measures to increase herbal medicines sales in 2017, but according to Wu, the government is not going far enough in regulating the market.
“I don’t think they are trying to regulate the market,” she added.
“I think they’re just trying to control it by increasing their control.”
According a report from the Chinese Medical Association, China has more herbal medicine brands than any other country, but many herbal products sold in the country are not herbal.
This makes it difficult for herbalists to maintain a healthy business.
According the report from China’s State Administration of Industry and Information Technology, China had 5,831 herbal medicines registered in 2016, but only 5,600 of these products are herbal medicines.
The report said herbal medicine sales grew by 2.3% in 2017 compared to the previous year.
The National Research Institute’s report said in the past, herbal medicines had been sold only in the Chinese market.
However with the rise of herbalism in China in recent years, many herbal medicine shops are opening up to cater to the growing demand for herbs.