Plum Flower, Panta Tea, Jiao Gu Lan, 30 teabags
UPC Code: 739934839584
Jiao Gu Lan, the primary herbal ingredient in Panta Tea, is an extraordinary Chinese herb that impacts the body in numerous ways. It is commonly taken to strengthen qi, enhance yin, support yang and expel toxic heat. Because it is an "adaptogen" (i.e. is non-toxic and has an overall normalizing effect on the body), many people take Panta Tea every day as a regular "tonic" herb to improve their long-term health and well-being.
Jiao Gu Lan's antioxidant and superior herb properties have caused the herb to be compared favorably to ginseng. In fact, four of the over 80 "saponins" in Jiao Gu Lan are identical to those of ginseng, but about four times as concentrated. Jiao Gu Lan's other saponins are directly related to the "ginsenosides" found in ginseng root. Jiao Gu Lan shares many of the same superior herbal qualities as ginseng but without the occasional overstimulation experienced by some frequent users of ginseng.
Plum Flower Brand Panta Tea is flash-boiled and dried somewhat like green teas. It is then blended with toasted rice for a rich, slightly smoky, pleasant-tasting flavor.
1-3 cups daily.
Gynostemma pentaphyllum herb, Orzya sativa sprout-toasted. - Jiao gu lan, Chao mi.
Strengthens Qi, Enhances Yin, Supports Yang, Expels Toxic Heat
About Plum Flower
Plum Flower is an established worldwide manufacturer of high-quality Chinese herbal formulas. Plum Flower uses sulfur-free herbs and laboratory tests its products for contamination and heavy metals. In addition, Plum Flower strictly adheres to traditional herbal formula recipes and does not add any hidden substances, preservatives or colors to its products. All Plum Flower formulas are made under internationally-certified GMP or "Good Manufacturing Practices" guidelines.
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