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Monk Fruit Prunella Herbal Tea (夏枯草凉茶)

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Monk Fruit Prunella Herbal Tea (夏枯草凉茶)

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About This Product

If monk fruit doesn’t sound familiar, then perhaps luo han guo will ring a bell. This Chinese medicine shop staple is an unassuming looking gourd that is renowned for its natural sweetening properties. Despite being touted as being 100-250 times sweeter than sugar, monk fruits actually contain no calories. We’ve combined this natural sweetener with a little known but potent herb to present you a drink that not only quenches your thirst, but also reduces body heatiness, soothes inflammation of the throat and may even improve your eyesight. Prunella vulgaris or Heal-all herb as it is more commonly known, is a versatile herb that can be eaten whole. It contains plenty of vitamins such as vitamin A, C and K as well as flavonoids and rutin (contributes to antibacterial properties of the plant).

Country of Origin: Malaysia

What Does This Taste Like?
Sweet with a mild herbal taste.

Health Benefits
1. Expels heat from the body and reduces the likelihood of contracting other illnesses such as coughs, fevers and colds.
2. Monk fruit is an all-natural sweetener that doesn’t affect blood sugar levels and contains no calories, thus it’s suitable even for individuals with diabetes. It has no carbs, calories or fat.
3. Has anti-inflammatory properties.
4. Prunella helps to treat sore throats, throat inflammations and other infections of the mouth.
5. Prunella contains vitamins A, C and K as well as flavonoids and rutin which contributes to the antibacterial properties of the plant.

Usage Directions
1. Pour the contents of 1 herbal bag into a soup pot.
2. Add 4 litres of hot water into the pot.
3. Boil for 45 minutes before serving.

Serving Portion: Serves 5-7 persons per herbal bag.

How To Consume
See usage directions.

Ingredients
Prunella Vulgaris (夏枯草), Monk Fruit (罗汉果).

Allergy Information
Pregnant women should get a physician’s advice before ingesting herbal teas and remedies.

Storage Instructions
Store in an airtight container or in its original resealable bag to maintain freshness. Keep in a cool, dry place. Avoid exposure to sunlight or excessive heat.

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