Thunb Internal Detox Herbal Tea
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Function: Eases sore throat by relaxing the muscles of the throat and helping to stop the coughing. Helps digestion, and reduces sensation of heavy stomach. Eases bloating by moving the gas through the body and stimulating the bile flow. Strengthens the pulmonary ventilation. Ideal for smokers.
Directions for use: Place contents into 5 ounces of hot water over 1 to 2 bags tea, and let it steep for 3-5 minutes. If you like sweet taste, you can add some sugar. If you feel any nausea after drinking it, you should add some sliced fresh ginger with it. Enjoying your beverage!
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