Asian Green Tea CLEARANCE PRICED by Jason Winters
The modern world has discovered the benefits of Asiatic green tea. For centuries, this lightly processed gift from mother earth has been the esteemed drink of emperors.
Sir Jason Winters calls this superior blend of green tea Chao Phrya Tea, named after the mighty river upon which the tea barges always sailed. Chao Phrya means the river of the kings, and villagers in the river valley say their special green tea is as emerald as the mountains rising in early morning mist.
This Asian Green Tea of Sir Jason's is considered the finest that can be found.
Use one half (1/2) teaspoon in eight ounce cup. Allow to steep one minute. Sweeten to taste. Drink one cup before and with each meal. Can be made into sun tea - one teaspoon per pint.
Contains: Asian Green Tea. Contains naturally occurring caffeine.
About Jason Winters
A terminal cancer patient given just three months to live, Jason Winters refused major surgery and traveled the world in search of an herbal remedy.in 1977 a large, cancerous growth appeared on the side of Jason's neck. Normal cancer treatments had little effect on the growth.but Jason never gave up on life.he found special herbs on three different continents that had been used for centuries to combat cancer. Today, Sir Jason Winters products continue to help people throughout the world. Jason has been written about, talked about, admired and loved by people in every country where his book, "Killing Cancer," and herbal formulas are used. His products are available in over 70 countries and used by people worldwide.
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