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Daily Shield – Pau d’Arco & Graviola, 30 bags

Daily Shield – Pau d’Arco & Graviola, 30 bags

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  • Traditionally used to support the immune system.
  • Tropical tea blend of Pau d’Arco and Graviola
  • Part of the Defense category.

The Essência da Natureza “Daily Shield” range is made with Pau d’Arco. In this version we also added Graviola leaves. This tropical tea blend of Pau d’Arco and Graviola is a natural, rich source of antioxidants. Pau d’Arco (Tabebuia impetiginosa), also known as Lapacho, is a tree native to the Amazon rainforest. The Graviola (Annona muricata) tree is found in Peru, South and North America and the Amazon. Both Pau d’Arco inner bark an Graviola are traditionally used to support the immune system.

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The Essência da Natureza “Daily Shield” range is made with Pau d’Arco. In this version we also added Graviola leaves. This tropical tea blend of Pau d’Arco and Graviola is a natural, rich source of antioxidants. Pau d’Arco (Tabebuia impetiginosa), also known as Lapacho, is a tree native to the Amazon rainforest. The Graviola (Annona muricata) tree is found in Peru, South and North America and the Amazon. Both Pau d’Arco inner bark an Graviola are traditionally used to support the immune system. Therefore this tea is part of the Defense category.

 

Usage: For the best tea experience, let 1 tea bag infuse in freshly boiled water for a minimum of 5 minutes.

 

Content: 30 tea bags

Ingredients: Pau d’Arco (Tabebuia impetiginosa) 77%, Graviola leaves (Annona muricata) 15%, Graviola flavour 8%.

Storage: Store closed and at room temperature.

Additional information: Did you know that our tea bags are made from unbleached paper? Do not use Pau d’Arco tea during pregnancy and lactation.

Weight: 60,0 g

Additional information

Weight 60 kg

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