The agarwood tea is produced from the leaves of some of the species of Aquilaria tree. These trees are found is some of the South Asian countries like Malaysia, Indonesia, Laos India and China.
Due to its flavour and medicinal properties it is consumed by many as a herbal tea. Agarwood tea leaves are rich in many important nutrients like calcium, iron, manganese, and zinc which are essential for various functions of the body.
There have been some research also in this area and certain benefits of agarwood tea are also perceived scientifically.
Some of the advantages of this herbal concoction are as follows -
Relaxation of mind in stress conditions, overcoming sleep disorders, detoxification of body, achieving weight loss, making smooth and glowing skin, regulating digestive system and controlling blood sugar.
The agarwood tea is prepared in the same way as we prepare the normal tea by dipping tea bag in warm water for some time.
Due to the limited supply as well as being a high end product the agarwood tea is costly. One of the Indian versions costs around Rs 2000 per kg.
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