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Rooibos & Superoxide Dismutase:
Hard to say... But oh so good. And sure to cleanse your soul

By now you may have heard, seen, or been told about our SOD Rooibos tea. You’ve probably also heard different stories from tea enthusiasts about their satisfying experience with this beverage, and are now wondering what it is that sets Gano Tea apart from the rest. Don’t worry if you‘re unsure what Rooibos is, as an article from WebMD confirms it as “totally unique and unknown in the United States“. Unique indeed, but extremely special.

Your eyes would tell you that the SOD tea is the same as your average red tea, but your lips - and body - would certainly disagree. Its main pillars of composition, Ganoderma Lucidum and Rooibos (pronounced roy-boss), both have anti-oxidants that strengthen the immune system and support the body in fighting off harmful elements. Rooibos in particular is also said to be an effective relief against symptoms of insomnia, nervous tension, and allergies. It also has anti-spasmodic properties that ease stomach cramping and colic in infants. This would make you think - if babies are pacified by consuming this beverage, how much more comfort can adults get from it? Another beneficial aspect of the tea is Superoxide Dismutase (SOD) that works by decreasing the presence of free radicals in your body , gradually promoting healthier skin and organs.

Like most teas available in the market, GanoTea SOD offers relaxation in a milder form of beverage. But unlike most teas available in the market, this red tea houses a potent combination of two natural elements that complement each other in helping your body find a better state. Without sacrificing the sweet taste and aroma of Rooibos or the nutritional benefits of Ganoderma Lucidum, Gano Excel brings you a familiar cup of comfort that improves your body as it rests.
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      (華娃娃) ChinaDoll wrote Mar 26, 2009
    • At first I did not know what Gano was.  Until I visited your site and there was a box written in Chinese and now I know.  Chinese believes Gano has lots of medicinal benefits and it is written in many fairy stories - that once can become a fairy or cure all illness upon consumption.  I know the Chinese herbal dictionary talks much about this.



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      Denise Richardson wrote Mar 26, 2009
    • I hear of this tea will look deeper into it.



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      Tally Green wrote Mar 27, 2009
    • Hello Chinadoll,
      I love Gano Excel The World’s 1st Healthy Coffee/Tea company. I went with this company because of the miracleous herb “reishi“, scientific name Ganoderma Lucidum which means bright shiny,smooth skin. This special ingredient in all of there products has a lot of health benefits. I have been drinking the coffee, tea and my health changed for the better. I been with them since late 2005.
      I hope you have a nice weekend!
      Luv, Tally



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      Tally Green wrote Mar 27, 2009
    • Hello Neicy,

      If you put the word, “reishi” into the search engine you will come up with so much information on the health benefits. I have been with the co. since 2005 and I love the products, good coffee and tea.  The scientific word
      is Ganoderma Lucidum which means bright shiny smooth skin.  

      Have A Nice Weekend!!!
      Tally-thehotflashcoach



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