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Jia Jia Herbal Tea No Sugar Added 1 carton

Herbal Tea No Sugar Added - 1 carton


Same Traditional Goodness, but with ZERO Sugar added.

  • Ingredients

    Water, Grosvenor Momordica Fruit, Spreading Hedyotis Herb, Redroot Gromwell Root, Liquorice, Chrysanthemum Flower.

  • Benefits

    Herbal tea (Heritage & Less Sugar & No Sugar)

    • Help provide cleansing properties to the body.
    • Strengthens the immune system.
    • Herbal beverages, consumed as part of a balanced diet, may improve the antioxidant status, reduce oxidative stress in humans and enhance the overall health status.
    • Rich in natural bioactive compounds that have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory function.
    • Do not contain any detectable caffeine levels as in coffee and tea.
    • Help to reduce inflammation.
    • Clears heat and promotes perspiration that helps in the alleviation of colds and flu, upper respiratory inflammations.
    • Resolves dampness.
    • Clears heat and promotes urination.
    • Aids in detoxification, this helps in the treatment of tonsillitis and sore throat.
    • Promoting fluid to quench thirst.


    Herbs Benefits

    1. Chrysanthemum: Disperses wind, enhances vision, clears heat and removes harmful substances of the body.
    2. Liquorice: Helps to clear away heat, detoxification, relieve cough and the combined used of liquorice in herbal tea can help to relieve sore throat, tonify spleen and stomach, and nourish the lung.
    3. Bei Zi Cao: Clear heat and toxin, relieve swelling pain of sores.
    4. Se Se Cao: Clears heat, detoxification, promotes urination and reduces swelling.
    5. Luo Han Guo: Sweet in taste and cool in nature, and it has the functions of relieving cough and have anti-inflammatory effect.






    Chang, S.-J., Chan, Y.-C., & Yu, W.-J. (2015). Glycyrrhiza uralensis 甘草 (Gancao, Licorice). Dietary Chinese Herbs, 135–145. doi:10.1007/978-3-211-99448-1_14


    Li, C. (2015). Siraitia grosvenorii Swingle 罗汉果 (Luo Han Guo). Dietary Chinese Herbs, 431–438. doi:10.1007/978-3-211-99448-1_49


    Hu, C. (2015). Chrysanthemum morifolium Ramat 菊花 (Juhua, Florists Chrysanthemum). Dietary Chinese Herbs, 681–691. doi:10.1007/978-3-211-99448-1_77