“T” Herbal Tea – for blood pressure, C26, bulk tea (recipe of pharmacist Andrei Farago, Fares founder) - Fares.ro
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“T” Herbal Tea – for blood pressure, C26, bulk tea (recipe of pharmacist Andrei Farago, Fares founder)

  • Keeps blood pressure within normal limits. St. John’s wort and common knot grass tea helps reduce blood pressure by keeping it under control.
  • It has a diuretic effect
  • Reduces tension and mental stress, due to St. John’s wort in the tea composition.
  • Original recipe of the pharmacist Andrei Farago used since the ’30s.

Action areas Blood pressure

Price: 16.56 lei (equivalent of 16.56 lei )
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  • Description
  • Ingredients
  • Administration Mode

Helps maintain normal blood pressure values;

Helps calm nervous agitation and stress;

Helps relax smooth muscle in the walls of the blood vessels, ensuring vasodilation, thus reducing pressure inside the vessels.

Product type: Food supplement

Net weight: 50 g

Storage: Store in a dry place, at room temperature

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Roiniţă | Sunătoare | Tarhon | Troscot

Tarragon (Artemisiae dracunculi herba), common knot grass (Polygoni avicularis herba), St. John\'s wort (Hyperici herba), lemon balm (Melissae folium).

Administration Mode

Drink 2-3 cups of tea per day between meals.

Duration of a regular treatment is 3-6 months or as recommended by your doctor.

Preparation: Pour 200 ml of boiling water over 1-2 teaspoons of plant mixture and leave it covered for 10-15 minutes, then filter it.

WarningsNot recommended for children under 14 years and in case of hypersensitivity to any of the product’s ingredients.

Pregnancy and breastfeeding: Not recommended for pregnant women and breast-feeding mothers.

Side effects and interactions: No side effects or incompatibilities with drugs were reported at the recommended doses.

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