1.What is Areca Tea?

Areca Tea is made from Areca Nut, cultivated and processed in Karnataka, South of India. Areca Tea has Areca nut extracts and a blend of potent herbs such as Mandukaparni, Methika, Tulasi, and Natural Honey.

2.What kind of Areca nut is used in the making of Areca Tea?

A fully grown, half-sized processed Areca nut is used in the making of Areca Tea.

3.Is Areca Tea 100% natural?

Yes its 100% natural. Traditional methods are involved while processing Areca. No Chemicals or harmful substances are added. An herbal base is used while manufacturing.

4.Does Areca Tea taste like normal tea?

Areca Tea has a distinctly pleasant taste. It has highly useful medicinal properties and a healthy mix of herbs thereby providing a unique taste.

5.Can anyone drink Areca Tea?

Yes everyone can. There’s no restriction and any age group can drink this tea

6.How to prepare Areca Tea?

Areca Tea is available in ready to use tea bags. Just dip the tea bag in 100 ml of piping hot water for 1-2 mins and savor the beverage

7.Does Areca Tea require sugar?

Since areca has its own sweetening taste, sugar is not required, however adding a little sugar will enhance the taste.

8.How is it different from other tea available in the market?

Areca Tea is 100% natural. It contains no artificial colors or flavors.

9.Is Areca Tea good for Diabetic patients?

Yes, areca has natural enzymes which act on Type II diabetes. Prolong usage of Areca Tea will help gain control over sugar levels

10.What is the best time to have Areca Tea and why?

Having a cup of Areca Tea in the morning will help you start your day with a calm mind. A cup after a meal helps in digestion and also aids in controlling sugar levels which tend to vary after meals. A cup before bed at night can relax your mind and aid in better sleep.

11.Do you have any evidence on Areca tea on Type II Diabetes?

Yes, there is plenty of evidence on areca nut on Type II Diabetes (diabetic).

12.Are there any other Health Benefits apart from the ones that are mentioned?

There are 21 benefits according to the International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research publication IJPSR (2012), Vol. 3, Issue 11, dated 20-10-2012.

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