Saturday, June 29, 2013
American Indian Tea:
NOTE: Disclaimer: In sharing this information with you, the UsuryFree Network is not making any claims that American Indian Tea will cure anyone or anything. We are only recommending it for those ‘usuryfree creatives’ who believe in the use of herbs in the promotion and maintenance of optimal health and wellness. We encourage you to educate yourself about the health benefits of what you put into your body, especially things that are helpful in building a healthy autoimmune system.
Our immune systems are complex networks of organs, tissues, cells, and chemicals that work together to help the physical body maintain health and wellness, thereby protecting it from infection, disease and illness. Our immune system is really a built-in bodyguard and regular consumption of quality, natural products will help to maintain optimal health and wellness, along with nutritious foods and plenty of exercise.
Infectious, microscopic organisms are constantly attacking our physical bodies. In order to defend against these attacks our bodies rely on a healthy immune system. As we progress into this 21st Century, it is prudent to seek and find optimal products, at reasonable prices that will strengthen our immune systems. Many natural products may help boost general immunity and some natural substances seem to boost all aspects of immunity.
Countless testimonials reveal that American Indian Tea which is rich in beta glucans will revitalize anyone’s immune system. American Indian Tea is made by boiling dried tiaga mushrooms which grow on the cone-bearing, deadwood in the mountains along the western coast of both North and South America.
Apparently, the tiaga, also referred to as ‘bracket fungus’ which contains Beta Gluten, is closely related to the reishi mushroom of Japan and the Ling Chi mushroom of China. Elements in the American Indian Tea help to balance the body by providing building blocks that permit it to heal itself by creating new immune cells. These new immune cells are essential for the body to fight off disease and achieve and maintain optimal health and wellness.
American Indian Tea offers various holistic benefits to those who choose to consume it, without any toxic side effects. A study of the natural components of the tiaga mushroom indicates that it has antioxidant, antitumoral and antimutagen qualities. Additionally, it is a unique oxygen catalyst. It also contains dietary fibres with anti-aging characteristics and it commonly assists the body in removing toxic substances while helping to keep the body more alkaline.
Historically, the native Indians of North and South America used this powerful, bracket mushroom as a sacred food to achieve health and wellness in both body and spirit. They guarded their secret remedy within their tribes and their long-held secret was not released to the public until 1995.
Suggested common use: Routinely, drink 4-6 ounces for 4 days, then take 3 days off for the body’s cells to renew. When a body is afflicted with an illness or disease, it is recommended that 16 ounces be consumed for 4 days with 3 days off - starting at the second week and continuing until there is significant improvement with the disease symptoms.
Cost: $30.00 plus shipping and handling - (for one cup of dried tiaga mushrooms). Use three tablespoons for one quart of water. Bring the water to a boil and then simmer for 30 minutes. Keep the strainings in the refrigerator and use them three times before discarding.
Delivery is free in the Ottawa area as I live in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Beyond Ottawa, the shipping or delivery costs vary depending on the amount of American Indian Tea orderd and the ordering location. All orders should be mailed with cash, cheque or money order to: The UsuryFree Network, P. O. Box 9333, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1G 3V1
Anyone who is actively engaging in commerce using a combination of federal cash and any usuryfree community currency is invited to negotiate a fair exchange for this product by communicating directly with Tommy UsuryFree Kennedy by email. (see email address below). Any questions about the “American Indian Tea” should be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org with “American Indian Tea” in the Subject Line.