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serendib Golden diabi tea

The taste and uplift the effect by right combination of 22 Ayurvedic herbals like Ceylon Cinnamon, Terminalia chebula, Emblica Officinalis, Terminalia Bellirica, Syzygium cumini,  Cardamom, and Sandalwood with pure Ceylon black tea. Now the taste is almost like a natural cup of tea and effectiveness has increased due to natural ingredients and it is directly absorbed into blood stimulating insuline production naturally.

Ingredient called catechins which are synergestic with vitamins E and C, Protective against digestive and respiratory infections and can reduce the cancer-promoting actions of carcinogens and ultraviolet light.

Tea is processed from the tender shoots, typically the bud and the first two leaves of the tea plant – Camellia Sinensis (the botanical name of the plant of tea).

Medicinal Value of Serendib Herbal Black Tea

This herbal black tea will prevent thirst (polydipsia), frequent urination (polyuria), dehydration, joint pain when walking (claudication), fatigue, dizziness and itching (pruritus). No side effects of any nature as all ingredients are natural. Result is guaranteed.

Ceylon Black Tea with Ayurvedic Herbals

serenThe taste and uplift the effect by right combination of 22 Ayurvedic herbals like Ceylon Cinnamon, Terminalia chebula, Emblica Officinalis, Terminalia Bellirica, Syzygium cumini,  Cardamom, and Sandalwood with pure Ceylon black tea. Now the taste is almost like a natural cup of tea and effectiveness has increased due to natural ingredients and it is directly absorbed into blood stimulating insulin production naturally.

Ingredient called catechins which are synergistic with vitamins E and C, Protective against digestive and respiratory infections and can reduce the cancer-promoting actions of carcinogens and ultraviolet light.

Tea is processed from the tender shoots, typically the bud and the first two leaves of the tea plant – Camellia Sinensis (the botanical name of the plant of tea).

Traditionally the word “tea” is used to describe this plant Camellia Sinensis and products made using parts of the tea plant. However, on some occasions the word “tea” is used to describe other products made from other plants. This has led to confusions and ambiguity as some people think that these products are made from Camellia Sinensis and therefore has similar health benefits as true tea. The chemical composition of the beverages made from other plant species is quite different to that of Camellia Sinensis. Therefore, the effects of these beverages on human health will also be different.

Tea, without milk and sugar, does not contain significant amounts of nutrients. The calorific value of tea is almost zero, making it an ideal drink for the modern day calorie conscious consumer.

Tea brew contains a small level of vitamins such as thiamin (B1), riboflavin (B2), niacin, biotin and inositol. Vitamin E is also present in tea. Although rich in potassium, the sodium content in tea is very low. This makes tea an ideal beverage for hypertensive individuals.

Tea also contains calcium, zinc & manganese. However, when milk is added it can provide a number of vitamins and minerals.

In addition to the nutrients, tea provides about 70% of our daily fluoride intake. Fluoride is needed to support bone mineralization and protect teeth against dental caries.

Caffeine and polyphenols, the major non-nutrient components in tea has pharmacological effects. Polyphenols are found in most plants, hence also in food derived from plant sources.

New Research has confirmed that Black Tea not only help to reduce blood sugar but also high blood pressure.

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