“7 Proven Health Benefits of Banlangen Keli Tea”

“7 Proven Health Benefits of Banlangen Keli Tea”

written by: Dr. Paul Haider
by: Dr. Paul Haider
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"Great for Viral Infections, Bronchitis, Inflammation, Colds, and Cancer"

"Taken in Moderation There are No Side Effects"

This root has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine for over 2,000 years. And this tea is a milder version of the full strength herb called Ban Lan Gen Root or Isatis Root.

This granulated tea is a mild mixture which contains Ban Lan Gen Root with sugar to offset the bitter flavor of the Ban Lan Gen Root.

Where it Grows - Ban Lan Gen grows in Asia, Japan, China, and other tropical and subtropical areas of the world.

Other Names - The scientific name is Isatis tinctoria, dyer's woad, woad, and Radix isatidis, indigowoad root, isatis indigotica root, banlangen, and Da Qing Ye.

What Parts are Used - The root is used for making tea and powders for capsules.

Very Popular in China - Ban Lan Gen root is very popular in China and it's used for shortening the duration of a cold and to prevent infections.

Great for Sore Throats - Ban Lan Gen works wonders for those who are suffering from a sore throat and also have a fever, swollen tonsils, dry cough, and a headache.

Taste - Ban Lan Gen has a bitter, salty, sweet, sour, and salty taste. But this Banlangen Keli Tea mixture is sweet. And in Traditional Chinese Medicine Ban Lan Gen is a cooling agent for the body.

Great for Bronchitis and Respiratory Challenges - Ban Lan Gen Keli Tea works wonders for lung congestion, bronchitis, pneumonia, and other respiratory challenges.

Kills Bacteria and Viruses - Ban Lan Gen is a powerful antibacterial agent and also kills viruses. But should be used with moderation because it will kill all bacteria even our good probiotic bacteria.

Anticancer Abilities - Ban Lan Gen Keli tea can help with cancer and especially leukemia. Studies show in laboratory settings that it can kill leukemia cells.

Anti-inflammatory Agent - Ban Lan Gen Keli tea is a powerful anti-inflammatory agent that can help with arthritis, joint pain, redness, swelling, and pain in general and also gout. But it should not be used long term... only for short-term use.

Helps with Inflammation of Cartilage - Ban Lan Gen Keli tea is one of the few agents that also helps with inflammation of the cartilage of the limbs and spine.

Other Conditions that this Tea Helps - Ban Lan Gen Keli tea also helps with mumps, chicken pox, viral pneumonia, psoriasis, measles, pharyngitis, tonsil problems, herpes, and other conditions.

Dose - This tea usually comes in 5-gram packets that are dissolved in water and taken 3 or 4 times a day.

Finding - You can find Banlangen Keli Tea on amazon.com and ebay.com and at your local Chinese Health Practitioner and also at Asian Markets.

Inexpensive - A bag of 15 packets of tea runs about $8 which is very inexpensive.

Side Effects - With moderate use, there have been no reported side effects using mild Banlangen Keli Tea. But this tea should only be used for no more than 7 days. High doses or long-term use can cause fever, coughing, shortness of breath, and allergic reactions.

This tea is not for those who are pregnant, nursing, or for small children.

But taken in moderation once in a while... Banlangen Keli Tea can be very beneficial for many health challenges.

Enjoy Banlangen Keli Tea

Dr. Paul Haider - Master Herbalist

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