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Product Summary

There are a variety of teas with de-stressing and calming properties. This Blood Pressure Tea from Triple Leaf Tea company includes some Chinese herbs that have been used as a tonic for supporting a healthy cardio balance. [Buy Now]

Product Description

From the Triple Leaf Tea website:

The Chinese have used the herbs in this delicious, mild-tasting tea for thousands of years to help maintain healthy blood pressure function and to tonify the kidneys and liver.* These herbs are said to nourish the kidneys and liver, calm liver yang and clear heat.* Eucommia is highly esteemed as a longevity herb.* In modern times, it has been researched for helping to maintain healthy blood pressure function.* Uncaria, Chinese holly, loranthus, chrysanthemum, and epimedium have a long history of use to tonify the kidney and liver.* Fo-ti is a renowned longevity herb, used traditionally to help nourish the blood, build the system and tonify the kidney and liver.* Regular tonification of the kidney and liver was believed to contribute to good health and longevity.* It also was considered to help promote the healthy function of the back, bladder and joints.*

Suggested Use

1-3 cups daily.* Enjoy this tea hot or iced. Also, drink any of Triple Leaf Tea’s green, white or decaf green teas to help maintain healthy blood pressure function.*

Brewing Directions

HOT TEA: Pour 1 cup of boiling water over a tea bag. Let steep 10 minutes or longer. Squeeze tea bag gently into cup. Leave in cup as drinking.

ICED TEA: Pour 1 cup of boiling water over 2 tea bags. Let steep 10 minutes. Remove the tea bags, squeeze gently, then add ice.

For stronger flavor and effect, steep longer, or use more tea bags. A tea bag can be re-used to extract more herbal benefits. For a delicious change, try it with lemon and honey, or your favorite sweetener.

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease.

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