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RIO AMAZON Espinheira Santa - Strong Teabags - 90 x 1500mg Teabags

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Description

RIO AMAZON Espinheira Santa has a very pleasant taste and can be used as a simple herbal infusion. It is commonly consumed as a leaf tea, after meals. Espinheira Santa is part of a large genus of plants.

Espinheira Santa (Maytenus Ilicifolia) is a small, shrubby evergreen tree growing to heights of around 5m, with leaves and berries that resemble those of the European Holly. It is native to Southern Brazil and many other parts of South America.

Contents

RIO AMAZON Espinheira Santa - Strong Teabags - 90 x 1500mg Teabags

Ingredients

Pure shredded leaves of Espinheira Santa (Maytenus Ilicifolia). Teabags: Unbleached paper.

Usage

Infuse 1 teabag in a cup of boiling water for 3-5 minutes. Consume after a main meal.

Notes

Store in a dry place at room temperature.

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Question about RIO AMAZON Espinheira Santa - 40 x 1500mg Teabags what kind of health benefits does this tea have?
Espinheira Santa is part of a large genus of plants, many of which have been used medicinally by indigenous tribes. In Brazil it is commonly consumed as a leaf tea after meals to support digestion. Espinheira Santa has a very pleasant taste – and can be used as a simple herbal infusion.

PHYTOCHEMICALS INCLUDE: maytansinoids, cangorins, kaempferol saccharides, ilicifolinocides, quercetin trisaccharides.
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