Ni-Tea Health Benefits

Health Benefits - Research and Studies

May help overcome fatigue and weakness, help promote quality sleep.*

Properties in Ni-Tea have been traditionally used as assisting remedies for the relief of anaemia and hypertonia. They are widely used in China as an assisting remedy for burns and are believed to help alleviate stress, with very small amounts required to help promptly calm nerves and detox the body. In modern Chinese medicine they are used to help relief of sleeplessness, night sweats, shortness of breath and emotional upset and debility caused by nervous conditions. Ni-Tea properties are traditionally described as a ‘calming energy’ because they may help reinvigorate energy without causing nervousness. They have been shown to effectively help relief of sleeplessness caused from mental fatigue, physical weakness or pain and are said to rejuvenate the body, whether it is suffering from stress or age.

Ziziphin, a compound found in the tea acts as an adaptogen by encouraging a normal functioning of the adrenal glands, allowing them to function optimally when challenged by stress. It has been shown to enhance mental activity and physical endurance without the letdown associated with caffeinated products. 

May help relieve pain and distress.*

Like a natural version of Aspirin, the tea may somehow help reduce pain and distress and may also be recommended for cases of sleeplessness caused by pain.

May help promote healthy body detoxification and recovery, helps support immunity function.*

Diseases that cause the body to waste away were called wasting syndromes by the ancients, and they knew exactly which plants could reverse the process and allow the body to repair itself.

Amino acids are compounds found in Ni-tea which have been shown to help maintain the body's natural nitric oxide levels and has been shown to be a powerful blood tonic. Ni-Tea is considered to be helping cooling the body and providing relief from heat. It is also said to help increase the strength of the seriously ill, and is especially good for assisting with intestinal complaints and respiratory flu, and helping speeding up recovery periods.

Some ingredients of Ni-Tea are traditionally used by different people around the world. Arabs use them to support their health as they are said to help relieve coughs, resolve other lung complaints, soothe the internal organs, and reduce water retention. In Hawaii, plants used in Ni-Tea are boiled in several cups of water to make a tea that is taken as local's 'antidote to poisoning'. It is also used in Pakistan and India as 'a blood cleanser', an overall tonic and a fortifier.

May help improve muscular strength and stamina.*

Research has shown that the amino acides in the Ni-tea have been shown to help improve the use of oxygen by the muscle being exercised. Muscular strength is said to be improved and stamina increased, which means that a person may be able to exercise for longer and recover from workouts quicker.

May help promote healthy skin and assist in healthy weight management.*

The Chinese have found that the ziziphin in Ni-Tea helps support the health of the body. In fact, the common belief is that if it is taken on a daily basis it may help improve skin tone and colour, and assist with skin infections (which are both indications of physical well-being) and help assist a healthy body weight.

"Rich in calcium, protein, and Vitamins C, B1, B2 and A, the wonder-fruit not only works miracles from the inside, but its reparative nutrients deliver intense moisture, nourishment and protection to the skin as well," said Boscia.

“It is believed to invigorate the body, increase metabolism (therefore may assist weight loss), give strength to the heart and slow down the aging process. And with its high levels of vitamins and nutrients, it is no surprise that the cosmetics industry has picked up on it as a functional ingredient for natural cosmetics products.”

A US firm has launched a new range of products containing the popular Chinese fruit ziziphin (an ingredient in the tea), which is believed to contain anti-aging benefits.

May help sooth a sore throat.*

Being mucilaginous, the tea is also very soothing to the throat, and highly concentrated decoctions of jujube have often been used in pharmacy to help relieve sore throats. The Chinese believe the properties in the tea may help relieve coughs and sore throats, and even may help to solve breathing problems resulting from the lungs.

May help promote liver detox and support liver balance.*

In Chinese medicine, jujube fruit was traditionally used as a 'Qi tonic' to help strengthen liver function and has proven to have a positive effect on the liver during the history.

Thousands of years before the development of Western Medicine, the ancient Chinese herbalist Shennanong recorded these healing properties. He referred to them as an almost miraculous health tonic to nourish the blood, liver and spleen. In one clinical trial in China, 12 patients with liver complaints were given ziziphin jujube (one ingredient found in the tea) with peanuts and brown sugar. They took the tea nightly and in four weeks their liver function has shown to be improved.

Has been shown to assist in maintaining healthy blood pressure.*

The properties in Ni-tea have been shown to be effective in assistance in maintaining healthy maintaining healthy blood pressure. Study shows that Ni-tea contains β-D-dextrose and spinosin which are compounds for effectively managing blood pressure. They may help to lower high blood pressure and help maintain a normal and healthy blood pressure. They may also help relieve high blood pressure which causes dizziness and insomnia.

100% natural and caffeine free

Unlike artificial supplements, Ni-Tea is natural and nourishing to your health. It does not contain any caffeine.


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