Friday, December 18, 2015

Three Products

Omhealth foodcure:

Nepal High Mountain Ginger

Is grown in high mountain and dry under the natural Sun and Wind.

  1. It reduces pain and inflammation, making it valuable in managing arthritis, headaches, and menstrual cramps.
  2. It has a warming effect and stimulates circulation.
  3. It inhibits rhinovirus, which can cause the common cold.
  4. It inhibits such bacteria as Salmonella, which cause diarrhea, and protozoa, such as Trichomonas.
  5. In the intestinal tract, it reduces gas and painful spasms.
I take 3 times  a week in day time.

Wild Ginseng (keep them in freezer because is root, so may have some medicine虫)。

Naturally grown wild and u can see is not treated. Direct from farmers. Is common to have some medicine worms in it. But u can my freezer can le. And wash clean.
We seen to much clean and treated chemically herbs. So try this wild ginseng.

Is amazing to cook with drum sticks. And u will love it.

Gold Tea organic tea

Is gold tea from nepal and high in antioxidant launching next Wednesday.

Stay tune.

Peony White Tea

Is such a good tea in detox body system. Ming Dynasty, until recently it was virtually unknown outside of Asia. Today, everyone from chefs to medical researchers is praising white tea's delicate flavor and purported health benefits. Market researchers predict consumers will soon share their enthusiasm, turning white tea into one of the hottest new food trends. 
Health benefits of white tea include reduced risk of cancer, cardiovascular disorder and improvement in oral health. It has antioxidant and anti-aging properties which help in maintaining good health and healthy skin.
 It protects skin from the harmful effects of UV light. With its antibacterial properties white tea protects the body from various infection causing bacteria.
White tea provides relief to diabetic people from symptoms such as decrease plasma glucose levels, increase insulin secretion and excessive thirst (polydipsia).  Intake of white tea also helps in losing weight.

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