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Ligustrum is a genus of shrubs and small trees commonly known as privet. It is a popular ornamental plant due to its dense foliage and attractive flowers. However, some species of Ligustrum are also used in traditional Chinese medicine for their anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer properties.
On the other hand, Ku Ding tea (苦丁茶) is a type of Chinese herbal tea made from the leaves of the holly species Ilex kudingcha. It is known for its bitter taste and is often consumed for its medicinal properties in Chinese culture. Ku Ding tea is believed to have various health benefits, including reducing inflammation, improving digestion, and promoting weight loss.
In terms of preparation, Ligustrum can be used to make an herbal tea by steeping the leaves in hot water for several minutes. It is often mixed with other herbs to create a blend that is specifically tailored to the individual's needs. Ku Ding tea, on the other hand, is typically brewed by steeping the dried leaves in hot water for several minutes. It can be consumed either hot or cold and is often sweetened with honey or other natural sweeteners to counteract the bitterness.