FitoBalt® Joint health herbal tea
a registered brand from the Institute of Innovative Biomedical Technology
Indications, usage and product packaging
The FitoBalt® Joint health herbal tea improves joint work and helps to normalize their movements.
This tea has plants and herbs to support comfortably the movement of joints and muscles, strengthening the skeletal system, rejuvenating the neuromuscular system and aiding in a natural way to clean toxins from the joint tissue.
How to use this herbal tea: In a small pan put a tablespoon of the mix leaves and add a cup of boiling water, then let it boil for 5 minutes on low fire. It should rest for 20 minutes before consuming. Drink half of a cup two times a day before meals.
Nutritional information per 100 g:
Energy 1283 kJ/ 307 kcal
Total fat 6.5 g of which saturated fat 1.0 g
Total carbohydrates 26 g of which sugars 0.2 g
Dietary fiber 34 g
Protein 19 g
Salt 0 g
Product packaging: The bag contains loose leaves and weights approximately 50 grams.
All FitoBalt® teas are healthy, totally safe and very effective for their specific purposes; most importantly - always 100% natural!
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This product is manufactured only by the Institute of Innovative Biomedical Technology and is available for wholesale or private label. It can be purchased individually through our distribution partners, FitoBalt® shops, licensed retailers or in our Online Retail Shop
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