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Sponsored Review on Herbeco Collection of Herbal Teas - Sweet bunny

When I was young my parents would take me to the Chinese medical store in the neighbourhood to drink Liang teh ( cooling tea) or brew my favourite chrysanthemum tea at home. Herbal tea helps us to tone down the heatiness in our bodies. The Tropical weather in Singapore and an unhealthy diet and bad sleep habits contribute to this heatiness resulting in a person falling ill. The practice of drinking herbal teas during my childhood is much like the owner of Herbeco Stella Kiang, perhaps due to the Chinese culture or Malaysia being a neighbouring country.

Stella is a herbalist with a degree in Science, majoring in Biology and Chemistry, at Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (Utar) in Setapak, Kuala Lumpur and is a third-generation herbalist, she wishes to continue her mother and grandfather legacy and cultivate the next generation with the knowledge about local herbs to retain the local herbal species population in Malaysia.


Photo  and article by https://www.thestar.com.my/

I was contacted by Evelyn, a sales representative of Herbeco based in Singapore. Evelyn shared that she has a couple of ailments herself and would consume yellow cow wood and motherwort tea after finding how effective the teas were and an improvement to her health she became a distributor.


Jamaica False Valerian tea and yellow cow wood tea



She generously offered to sponsor me with 2 packets of tea, as I have shared with her that I have certain ailments with my skin keratosis pilaris and acid reflux due to irritable bowel syndrome. She gave me a range of teas to choose from and I selected the Yellow Cow Wood and Jamaica False Valerian.

The teas are packed in an elegant black zip-locked vacuum-packed bag, each pack consist of 13 sachets of tea. Each tea bag can be used up to 3 times.  

 
open tea bag
Tear off the pack and take out a tea bag/ sachet

tea bag in pink flask
                            Steep a teabag in 700ml of boiled water for 10 minutes in 100°C hot water

Yellow cow wood tea in mugHerbeco tea

                                                                          The tea is ready to serve 






Yellow Cow Wood Tea Cleanse Liver and Detoxify - Yellow Cow Wood (黄牛木) or Cratoxylum cochinchinense is traditionally used to reduce body heat, jaundice, flu, Hepatitis A & B and Gastroenteritis as the tea will help to dissipate dampness & relieve stagnation clear heat & remove toxin, dissipate blood stasis & relieve swelling,relieve heatstroke & slake thirst. 

The liver performs 500 essential tasks in the body as it is the largest solid organ and gland it is part of the digestive system and is tasked to detoxification the body, protein synthesis, produces chemicals that help digest food. A sign of liver function problems include yellow skin and eye Jaundice, your liver is not working well enough to break down a chemical called bilirubin when the build-up is too much in your blood, your skin turns yellow. Therefore keeping your liver healthy is paramount for good skin and health.

I was told by my mother that I had jaundice as a child and am currently facing some skin issues hopefully after drinking the Yellow Cow Wood Tea, my liver will get a good detox and my skin condition will improve. I just had a cup and felt very relaxed, I was worried if the tea would disrupt my sleep because I had the tea just before bedtime but thankfully it did not. The next day I went to the bathroom a couple of times, perhaps due to the detoxing effect, getting rid of the toxins and waste from my system.

Jamaica False Valerian Relief of Bloating, Gas Cramps & Stomach Discomfort - Jamaica False Valerian (马鞭草) or Stachytarpheta jamaicensis tea is a stomach tonic, to improve dyspepsia, asthma, allergies, ease fevers and liver problems.

Jamaica False Valerian tea is thicker than the Yellow cow wood tea and has a pleasant herbal fragrance and tasted not too bitter. Hopefully, with time the tea can help with my digestive system, strengthen my lungs and ease some of my allergies.

In conclusion, I liked both teas and as with Chinese herbs, it takes time to reflect the improvement in a person's condition as it focuses on the root of the problem. I would gladly bring this along to work with me to improve my health, it is convenient and all I need is a thermos flask to keep my tea warm to last me the day. Every time I pop in a tea back and take a drink I feel a very soothing effect within me, the warmth of the tea and the herbs are at work.  

If you would like to purchase the teas you may contact Evelyn at

Tel: +65-80280986

Shop: eco_island



Disclaimer: This post is done in collaboration with Herbeco Distributor - Reviews are based on my personal experience and opinions. The Information in this article is intended for reference only. Please consult with your doctor, or other qualified health care professional before using any product discussed.


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