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Power of Ginger
Ginger is one of the most commonly consumed dietary condiments in the word. Loaded with antioxidants, it has been used as a tonic root for over 3000 years to treat many ailments.
Young ginger vs Aged Ginger
Ginger varies in maturity, resulting in differences in taste and efficacy. Ginger grown for about 4 months are called “Young ginger”, being fresh and with tender shoots. Ginger grown to about 10 months are called “Aged ginger”. Aged ginger is able to dispel cold, assist in regaining Yang, promoting pulse and reduces dampness and phlegm.
Eu Yan Sang’s Aged Ginger Tea contains:
Aged Ginger - To warm the body and dispel cold
Red Dates - To boost the Spleen and Stomach function, regulate Qi and Fluid
Stevia - Natural sweetener to provide great taste with zero calories
100% natural ingredients, 100% satisfaction
Eu Yan Sang’s Aged Ginger Tea:
Experience the soothing warmth today with Eu Yan Sang’s Aged Ginger Tea.
*Tip: Use it as a foot spa for added benefits such as sports recovery, reduce foot and leg numbness
Refer to our Directions for Use for more information.
Note: Avoid consumption during menstruation, pregnancy or when having heat-related flu and fever. Not suitable for heaty and Yin-deficient body constitutions.
Aged Ginger, Red Date, Stevia
Pour a sachet of Ginger Tea into 150ml of hot water and stir well. Serve as hot drink or add ice as desired.
Other Use – as Foot Spa：