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DAILY DIAGEMAX TEA
DAILY DIAGEMAX TEA
DAILY DIAGEMAX TEA
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DAILY DIAGEMAX TEA (100 cups)

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INR 800 No Offers

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Ingredients

Fennel, Ginger, Curcumin 95% (the extract of Turmeric), Jeera, Cinnamon, Coriander and Mint

(100 gms)

Health Benefits

  •  Improves and cleans digestive system 
  •  Antacid and anti-inflammatory 
  •  Reduces severity of chronic stomach disorders 
  •  Prevents stomach ulcers, enteric colitis and diarrhoea 
  •  Prevents gas formation and bloating 
  •  Normalizes bowel movement and suppresses irritable bowel syndrome

How to Consume

Consume 3-4 cups daily. 

Add 1 teaspoon of Daily Diagemax Tea in 2 cups of hot water. Let it boil for 2-3 minutes or steep in boiling water for 5-10 minutes. Sweeten with jaggery if required. For iced tea, add 1 teaspoon in 1 glass of hot water. Let it rest for 10 minutes and add honey and ice.

Suitable for all persons above the age of 5. Keep out of reach of children. Pregnant and lactating women should always consult their Doctor before consuming any supplements. 

Not suitable for people on blood thinning medications. This product is absolutely safe to be consumed with any other medication being taken and have no known side effects. Store in a cool, dry place to retain freshness. To be kept away from heat and direct sunlight

Disclaimer

  • Avoid the usage of this product in combination with any other medicine or consult your healthcare practitioner before  consuming the same. 
  • The product is not suitable for pregnant and lactating women as the effects of Curcumin on such persons have not been  established.
  • This product along with other recommended products will address the main health concern that you are facing and  thereafter the other health concerns.
  • Most of our products contain curcumin which works as a blood thinning agent and a cholesterol reducing agent, therefore  persons on medications for these problems should monitor the dosage and their blood pressure on a regular basis. 
  • This is important since their use with allopathic medication may increase or decrease BP. Diabetic patients must monitor   their Blood Sugar Level twice a day initially for 3 days and then once a day for next 3 days and then weekly for about a   month and then monthly. 
  • Once you start consuming Preserva Wellness supplements, other allopathic medicine consumption should be tapered down     gradually. 
  • Once you start consuming any of our product and any body parameter increases or decreases, please check which other   medications whether allopathic or any other are being consumed and reduce their dosage. 
  • In case of any queries, please write to us at support@trigyahealth.com or call our health care experts on 8373994904 to   advise you properly and discuss which supplements should be taken by you.

Additional Information

Digestion begins when you first see and smell your food. The sight and aroma of an inviting cup of tea triggers the salivary glands, which release saliva to help the body break down sugar and starches. This is why digestive herbs are important and should be included in your daily meals as they stimulate a similar reaction by igniting the taste buds to set off the production of digestive juices such as saliva and bile. Adding these herbs as a tea can do wonders for digestive support. Next time you're experiencing a stomach discomfort, try reaching for the tea cupboard instead of the medicine cabinet. 

Fennel or saunf contains essential oils rich known for their capacity to ease bloating and gas. It also has an anti-spasmodic property which helps relax the digestive tract, ease cramps, relieve gas and reduce symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome. Its aromatic and carminative properties are an excellent ally to treat flatulence, diarrhoea and bloating.

Mint or pudina is a herbal carminative that alleviates digestive discomfort. Menthol acts quickly and can ease the discomfort of indigestion, nausea and fullness due to excess food. It relaxes muscles in the intestinal tract and reduces pain in the digestive system. Coriander contains essential oils such as linalool (68%), a-pinene (10%), geraniol etc. Together, these active oils are responsible for digestive, carminative and anti-flatulent or gas relieving properties of the seeds. The seeds are best known for their digestive properties by cooling excess pitta in the body and intestinal tract. It is used effectively for heartburn.

Cinnamon contains the antioxidant, cinnamaldehyde, which reduces gas formation, prevents ulcers, reduces inflammation of intestines, triggers appetite and stops vomiting and nausea. Ginger is used for motion sickness, upset stomach and to reduce cramping. It has a heating or warming effect on the upper digestive tract with its pungent taste, but a cooling and soothing effect for the lower digestive tract as a result of its sweet after taste. It is a tridoshic herb and supports healthy microbes, healthy intestinal wall and acts as a digestive stimulant for nutrient assimilation. 

Curcumin or Turmeric has great potential as a therapeutic agent for treating inflammatory bowel diseases, hepatic fibrosis, colitis and gastrointestinal cancers. Turmeric can stimulate the gallbladder and release bile which helps the body break down and digest food. It also plays an important role in absorbing fats and certain nutrients. Curcumin is also a strong anti-inflammatory and can soothe any pain in the digestive system. Jeera or cumin supports healthy assimilation of nutrients, proliferation of good microbes as well as detoxification of the intestinal tract. The presence of thymol and other essential oils in cumin seeds stimulate the salivary glands thereby helping in the digestion of food.

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