Goya - an Asian vegetable grown in Okinawa, looks like a large pimply cucumber and has a bitter taste that it retains even after boiling or frying. The fruits are bitter, rich in vitamins and iron. Contains twice the beta-carotene of broccoli, twice the calcium of spinach, and twice the potassium of a banana. Goya stimulates digestion and appetite.

    Angelica officinalis - has anticonvulsant and sedative effects, relieves spasms of the abdominal organs. Dagil-based drinks have antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. Angelica helps with digestive disorders, including flatulence, bloating, belching and slow digestion.

    Ingredients: barley, indigestible dextrin, kale, wild angelica , goya

    Nutritional value (1 sachet 3 g): calories 10 kcal, protein 0.4, carbohydrates - 2.3g, sugar 1.2 g, dietary fiber 1.1 g, salt - 0.3 mg, calcium - 9.5 mg, potassium - 53 mg, magnesium - 4.1 mg, vitamin E - 0.1 mg, folic acid - 7, 8 mcg, beta-carotene - 84.6 mcg, vitamin K1 - 46.2 mcg As a rule, it is reasonable to drink 1-2 sachets per day. Given that the goy vegetable has a bitter taste, this is reflected in the drink itself. To soften the taste, you can add a spoonful of honey to the drink.

    Package: 20 sachets
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