CLAIM TO FAME: A tea made from a combination of antioxidant-rich mountain berries
FAST FACTS: Contains potent coenzymes, bioflavonoids, and antioxidants to help strengthen the cardiovascular system; collected and handpicked from the mountains of the Quezon province; improves the immune system; contains a blend of berries, namely Bignay (Antidesma bunius), Liputi (Syzgium polyceohalum), Kalumpit (Terminalia edulis), and Mulberry (Morus alba); no added preservatives, flavorings, sugar, or any other additives
PERFECT FOR: Heart health
WHAT YOU GET: (1) box Herbalberry Tea
NET WEIGHT: 30 tea bags
EXPIRY: 2 years from production date
INGREDIENTS: Bignay (Antidesma bunius), Liputi (Syzgium polyceohalum), Kalumpit (Terminalia edulis), and Mulberry (Morus alba)
Place 1 tea bag in a cup of warm or hot water. Steep for 3 to 5 minutes. Remove tea bag. Store packets in a cool, dry place.
Established in 1996, Carica Herbal Health Products, Inc. develops functional foods and food supplements from tropical fruits and plants such as wild papaya, noni, mangosteen, and forest berries. They take pride that the fruits, leaves, and flowers they use as raw materials are gathered from biologically-grown plants (rather than from cultivated plants) and have not been touched by pesticides or fertilizers. Their production plant is situated on a large parcel of land that’s surrounded by nature and free of chemical and industrial pollution. Furthermore, Carica’s facilities have been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as compliant with Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP).
I’m actually a tea lover and this one’s a good addition to my favorite tea list. Super affordable and healthy find, though! For just a cheap price, you’ll get 30 tea bags! This tea tastes good. Whenever I drink this, I feel like I’m full already. I drink it twice a day.8 months ago
I love that this box has a mix of different local berries, which helps support the livelihood of our farmers in Quezon Province, and is extra beneficial to the health. I've been trying different teas for years, from high-end stuff like "Dilmah" and "Earl Grey", and midrange stuff like "Brewtime", and I believe that "Carica" is as wonderful as those brands. So you can improve your health without spending too much on it. Just add honey, lemon or kalamansi to a cup, and it's perfecto. As for the smell, it's absolutely delightful, not too pungent as organic teas and foods should be. Generally, commercial foods/drinks add more artificial flavors and preservatives to make the scent/taste stronger (which is DEFINITELY not a health buff is going for). Will defo repurchase soon :)about 1 year ago
I normally go to a Carica outlet at SM Fairview to buy my regular supply of Carica for myself and my mom and Im so happy to find out that they have it here at Beautymnl! I take the Herbalberry capsules and Herbalberry tea as part of my healthy diet . Aside from water I take juice and teas and Carica has so many variants of local teas to choose from. Carica's Herbalberry tea is a good alternative to the imported and expensive berries out there (Goji berries, blue berries etc). I put a little honey on my tea to sweeten and a bit of lemon. Sometimes I mix my teas -- Herbalberry tea with Green tea or with Mangosteen tea or Lemongrass tea are some good combinations.almost 2 years ago
I bought this with great optimism because it's a local product and all, but I have to say I'm really disappointed on how it smells and tastes. I like fruity teas and that was what I was expecting when I bought this. I buy tea for its smell and taste, the added health benefits are just bonus because honestly I don't really notice if it's there or not. I bought this and the mangosteen one and they smell and taste the same, like earthy and it doesn't really smell like anything. So conclusion, if you drink tea for it's health benefits this may be for you, but if not spend your bucks somewhere else.about 2 years ago
Get them together to see the difference.