Removing toxins from your body helps to promote your self-healing system. A Japanese herbal health tea that helps to remove these toxins is now available in the U.S. for the first time. Ten-Chi Cha is a drink containing a fusion of 12 traditional Japanese herbs that are effective in detoxifying the intestines and maintaining a healthy circulatory system.
Ten-Chi Cha, literally translated from Japanese as “Heaven and Earth Tea,” is made from plants of the highest quality and manufactured in a highly regulated environment.
The principal ingredient of Ten-Chi Cha is dokudami (houttuynia cordata), which Japanese use as a healing herbal tea. Nutritional studies have shown that the quercitrin found in the dokudami leaf and the isoquercitrin in the plant’s spike positively impact the capillaries and can aid in reducing the hardening of the arteries. In addition to these health benefits, Ten-Chi Cha has another bonus. Unlike other traditional natural herb teas, it does not have a strong and bitter taste and is very easy to drink. Blending dokudami with other healthy ingredients such as sicklepod, kumazasa, persimmon, hardy rubber tree, nomame senna, Chinese boxthorn, soybean, large-fruited adlay, shiso, licorice, and krantz aloe gives the tea a roasted taste. Also, the “Ozone Sterilization and Deodorization System” used in the production of Ten-Chi Cha cleanses the herbs with clean, fresh water, reducing the harsh flavor of the dokudami, and is environmentally friendly.
Ten-Chi Cha is caffeine-free and tastes great both hot and cold. You can drink it in place of your morning coffee or tea, keep it for refreshment at your office desk, bring it to your workout, and even drink this tea before you sleep. Since one tea bag makes six to seven cups of tea, it’s economical as well. Ten-Chi Cha is the perfect supplement: you can get great results at a reasonable price.
Ten-Chi Cha is currently sold in twenty-five states in Japanese restaurants as well as online at www.tenchicha.com. For more information, visit the website and check out Ten-Chi Cha videos on YouTube.