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Gymnema Tea

Known as the "destroyer of sugar", Gymnema leaves contain gymnemic acid that decreases the absorption of sugar in the intestine.

Mulberry (Leaf) Tea

Mulberry contains flavonoids that help regulate blood sugar, lower cholesterol, and possess antioxidant activity. 

Asiatic Tea

Asiatic is widely used to reduce swelling and improve blood circulation. It also contains Triterpenoids that speed wound healing. 

Lemongrass Tea

Apart from its distinct citrusy aroma, lemongrass is used for treating digestive tract spasms, stomachache, pain, and arthritis. 

Bitter Gourd (Leaf) Tea

A Tropical vine whose leaves demonstrate many beneficial properties including blood sugar lowering.

Roselle Tea

Roselle is a good source of nutrients and antioxidants. It may be used to treat colds, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, and diabetes

Bael Tea

Bael fruit is mildly astringent and has been used to treat dysentery, diarrhea, hepatitis, tuberculosis, and dyspepsia.

Laurel Clock Vine Tea

Leaves of Laurel Clock Vine are believed to have detoxifying effects. They are used as an antidote for poisons and drugs.

Moringa (Leaf) Tea

Moringa has gained a reputation for its effects in controlling blood sugar and blood pressure, and enhancing immune system.

Houttuynia Tea

Houttuynia is a creeping herb with heart-shaped leaves which has long been coveted for its anti-cancer effect.

Pandanus Tea

Commonly used to give a refreshing, fragrant flavor to various dishes and also medicinally as a diuretic, cardio-tonic, and anti-diabetic. 

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