Serendib Diabi Tea- CoV 2 special edition

We have develop new Serendib Diabi Tea- CoV 2 special edition mainly for people who suffer from diabetes, decrease your threat of Corona Virus improve your immune system. This product 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. Read scientific evidences from Ceylon Tea Board.

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“One of the main factors for such high demand could be attributed to the hypothesis developed by scientists that content of “Theaflavins” in black tea ‘could potentially inhibit a critical SARS-CoV- 2 enzyme, and thereby, theoretically increase the human immunity against COVID-19, tea industry sources revealed.

The Tea Research Institute of Sri Lanka (TRI) has conducted a study where “Theaflavins” an antioxidant polyphenols in Black Tea has been found to helpcontrol and flush the Virus from the system.

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The TRI has recently released a scientific paper under the theme: ‘Anti-viral’ properties of tea – black tea may become the unique brew of choice with no side effects to fight against Corona Virus?”. This research quoted a study from Taiwan where the chemical structure of 64 compounds had been bioinformatically modeled against SARS-CoV- 2.

In contrast to Green Tea, Black Tea is rich in Theaflavins (antioxidant polyphenols that are formed during manufacture of Black Tea). It also alleviates respiratory diseases and opens air passages in the lungs making it easier to breathe”.

Source: http://www.srilankateaboard.lk

Serendib Twisted Tea: ‘Let your food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food’ Hippocrates

How to stay healthy in an unhealthy world? As Dr. Kramer (2007) mentioned ‘studies show that over 80% of U.S. streams and rivers are contaminated with a broad array of medical drugs, including hormones, antibiotics, antidepressants and heart medications as well as chemicals from personal care and house hold cleaning products. Sri Lanka too is seeing an increase in the cases of diabetes. According to recent statistics by the International Diabetes Federation (IDF), (Figure 1), the prevalence of diabetes among adults in Sri Lanka is 8.5%.  At present, one in 12 adults in the country suffers from diabetes, which totals to 1.16 million. Over the past five years, approximately 1 – 1.4% of total diabetes patients have lost their lives due to the disease (www.ips.lk).

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In this backdrop, we have tested our revolutionary energy drink made in Sri Lanka, and it has confirmed by Industrial Development Board’s scientific research unit that Serendib Twisted Tea is almost equivalent of a fresh fruit juice in  nutritional content even after 6 months of production.

We included Moringa the divine fruit which is included:

well over 90 nutrients and 46 types of antioxidants.

It also has four times as much calcium as you get from milk, three times the amount of potassium as you get from bananas.

Moringa is a true nutritional powerhouse that is packed with 25 bio-available vitamins and minerals, 47 active antioxidants, 36 anti-inflammatory, 30% vegetable protein and all eight (8) essential amino acids ideal fully fledged additional meal for diabetes. Your Health Our Tea

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Serendib Tea House

The one and only tea house in Sri Lanka based on 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse and Recycle) as a part of our conservation efforts, we converted abandoned old house into a unique tea house based on 3 R principles, instead of sand and lime we used recycled plastics and ground earth, all furniture either reused timber or recycle materials by reducing burden on mother nature. However, all our teas comes from legendary Ceylon Teas, Visit us and experience a unique cup of pure Ceylon tea. Serendib Tea Exports, 20 (30), Melvin Avenue, Sagara Mawatha, Panadura.

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