Herbal tea kuding. South Africa, Pretoria

Description

To promote blood circulation, lower blood pressure, and lower blood lipids, including cholesterol, clear the head and the eyes, and resolve toxin, calm fidgets and alleviate thirst, transforms phlegm and alleviates coughing, disperse wind-heat, invigorate digestion and improve mental focus and memory, maintaining proper body weight. It has anti-oxidative effects and anti-inflammatory properties.

Indications

Preventing deterioration of the heart and brain function
Maintaining proper body weight
Common cold
Rhinitis
Itching eyes, red eyes
Diarrhea
Bronchitis

Complications

Because kuding is a cooling herb, it should be avoided during pregnancy and breast feeding.
Avoid if you are very sensitive to caffeine (though it contains caffeine in less amounts than normal tea).
Avoid if you have low blood pressure.
Avoid 1 month before and after surgery.

Directions

Take 1 tea bag, 1 or 2 times daily.
Steep 1 tea bag with 300-500ml boiling water for 3 minutes. (Longer than 3 minutes may be too bitter.) The tea bag can be used 2x.
Store in a cool, dark and dry place.

Features

SACM Ku Ding Tea is a particularly bitter-tasting chinese tisane.
3g x 12 tea bags per box.

Ingredients

Broad leaf
Holly leaf

Buy   1 for R47 each. Total = R   47
Buy   2 for R43 each. Total = R   86
Buy   5 for R39 each. Total = R 195
Buy 10 for R36 each. Total = R 360

Shipping method Number of items Cost
Collect from South Africa, Pretoria, Sunnyside East any R00
Courier to big cities, delivery 2-3 days 1 to   2 R53
Courier to big cities, delivery 2-3 days 3 to   4 R55
Courier to big cities, delivery 2-3 days 5 to 10 R63
South African post office to a town beyond 30 km from big cities, delivery 7 or more days 1 to   5 R75
South African post office to a town beyond 30 km from big cities, delivery 7 or more days 6 to   10 R95
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This page has been updated on the 2019-06-10.