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hopeful_K
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Has anyone drank A****aba tea on a regular basis & felt it helped improve their health?

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Funny... The website censored the name of the tea. I'll try to spell it with spaces below & maybe it won't censor it.

A S H I T A B A T E A

Japanese Tea excellent source of antioxidants supplement. A medicinal plant for disease prevention, is grown and processed in Hachi Jo Island, Japan. A****aba is an Asian green vegetable rich in antioxidant - Chalcone. Recent studies in Japan and the U.S. have shown that the Chalcone in A****aba helps guard against common diseases.

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I love the censorship; hilarious.
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That's funny!!
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Never heard of it.

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I heard about it from a fellow Lymie during a support group. She says it's helped keep her husband in remission. He drinks 2 per day. I've been drinking it for about a month & it's very good (however it's pricey for tea). My health has slowly improved throughout treatment (1 year). I take so many other things so it's hard to tell if the tea actually makes a difference for me. Therefore, I was curious if anyone else had tried it. I searched the message board but couldn't find anything.

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