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RANAWARA TEA – 10 Bags Box

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Ranawara Tea is a herbal ayurvedic drink consumed over generations to live a long & healthy life. This tea is a great supplement for those suffering with sugar disorders. Moreover, Ranawara Tea can be beneficial in regulating body heat, control body odour through the elimination of toxins and restore vitality.

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What is  Ranawara Tea ?

Ranawara (Cassia auriculata) is a herbal ayurvedic drink used traditionally over generations. It is a caffeine free herbal drink, that has been used as a powerful anti-oxidant in Sri Lanka’s indigenous medicine.

Ranawara tea is most popular to control sugar disorders and soothe body aches and pain. Moreover, this tea is more often served to regulate body heat and cool the system from within. Regular usage of Ranawara tea can help eliminate toxins and bad odour, while restoring sexual vitality.

Fadna, has managed to bring this goodness of nature through a lively cup of tea to restore and refresh yourself from a weary day of work.

Ingredients

Cassia auriculata (Ranawara)

How it’s Work ?

Ranawara is considered to have anti-diabetic and antimicrobial properties according to Ayurvedic studies. It is also rich in antioxidants, polysaccharides, tannins, flavonoids, glycosides and saponins. Hence, it boosts the body’s purification process.

This has been a tea that our ancestors woke up to every morning and is said to have an impact on the long, healthy lives they lived. Since the extracts are added into a simple tea bag, the preparation process is being simplified.

This tea has no side effects, as it is 100% natural with no added preservatives. Hence, can be consumed at time of the day.

 

Benefits

  • Used to treat high blood sugar levels.
  • Helps reduce body aches and pains during fever.
  • Prevents disurea and renal calculi formation.
  • Prevents urinary tract infections
  • Improve skin complexion.
  • Used to treat eye infections.
  • Regulates body heat
  • Eliminate bad body odor.

 

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