Tea "Shaman" Traditions of the Altai Mountains 220 g ( 7.76 oz)

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  • Red fly agaric (Amanita muscaria) crumb of dried detoxified hats Chaga (Inonotus obliquus) dried sclerotia crumb Adams' rhododendron (sagan-dayl, Rhododendron adamsii) crumbs of dried leaves and twig tips Fischer's milkweed (man-root, Euphorbia fischeriana) crumb of dried roots Siberian cedar pine (Pinus sibirica) pollen 
  • Shelf life and storage method: 36 months from the date of packaging; store in a dry, light-protected place, at a temperature no higher than +25 ° C and a relative humidity of no more than 70%, avoiding temperature fluctuations.
  • The brewing rate is from two teaspoons to one tablespoon per liter. The norm of consumption is no more than 250 ml of infusion per day.
  • Possible contraindications are individual intolerance to individual components or hypersensitivity to them. The manufacturer strongly advises not to exceed the maximum recommended dosage of tea drink, as this can lead to the appearance of negative symptoms and deterioration of well-being. Please warn about this if you have purchased tea as a gift. With strict adherence to the recommendations for taking a tea drink, it should not cause side effects. In case of non-compliance with the instructions for use, the manufacturer (seller) is not responsible for possible adverse consequences, including deterioration of well-being.