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Yoenten Dema Tea by My Gakidh Village, OGOP Bhutan, Tea pouch bag 50g

by OGOP
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Original price $7.80 - Original price $7.80
Original price
$7.80
$7.80 - $7.80
Current price $7.80

This is a product from Toebia Gewog, made from pure organic tea leaf extracts.

Instruction: Pour boiling water over a tea placed in a cup and allow to brew for 5 to 10 minutes to get the best flavor and infusion. For Maximum benefits, avoid adding sugar or milk. You can add two fresh mint leaves or a small spoon of honey to make your Cordyceps tea more enjoyable.

We also offer Tea gift pack, Dhuetsi Herbal TeaHimalayan gooseberry tsheringma tea, mint tea, green tea, scoby tea, ginger tea, ginger turmeric tea, seaberry tea, and saffron tea.

  • Improve Vascular Function
    The researchers determined that tea can improve the efficiency of your cardiovascular system by maintaining proper health and function of your blood vessels. As a result, tea can protect against the development of cardiovascular disease.
  • Immune System
    Tea contains phytochemicals that can boost your immune system through its anti-microbial properties. According to a 1995 study published in the journal, "Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy," tea boosts the activity of leukocytes, or white blood cells, and exhibits antioxidant properties as well. By increasing the activity of white blood cells and acting as an antioxidant, tea can protect your body against toxins and other potentially harmful agents that cause cellular damage and disease.
  • Anti-Cancer
    Tea may have anti-cancer properties, according to a 1997 study published in the "Journal of Cellular Biochemistry." Researchers discovered that tea from the tea plant contains polyphenolics that can inhibit the formation of tumors.
  • Other Possible Benefits
    The tea plant is effective at increasing mental alertness due to the natural caffeine inside the leaves of the plant.
  • Tea in a small pouch bag
  • Nt. Wt. 50g
  • Drawstring type fastener on top
  • Can store up

My Gakidh village from Punakha valley is a community organization that grows the tree and supports local farmers