As promised, here is my first article from my temporary absence. Well, this is about a herbal product called Bignay Tea.
What is Bignay tea?
Bignay or scientifically known as Antidesma Bunius is a small sour berry fruits that are often overlooked because of its non-appealing appearance. It comes in bunches such as grapes but bignay fruits are much smaller than that of grapes.
Bignay's health benefits was just discovered recently, which opens the opportunity for commercialization. This is the reason why you can see various bignay products today such teas, wines, juice, jams and coffees. Bignay by the way can only be found in South Easy Asia particularly in the Philippines, and bignay tea is widely distributed here.
Health benefits of Bignay
There are many known health benefits of bingay and some says that these benefits are uncommon for a tiny fruit. In South East Asia, bignay is used for medicinal purposes such as treatments for dysentery, diabetes, gastric intestinal problems and indigestion.
Bignay contains essential vitamins and nutrients such as niacin, calcium, iron, antioxidants and phytochemicals that are commonly found in plants. Bignay also has fiber, vitamins and other known minerals that all supports most of the health benefit claims of bignay-based products.
Flavonoids, a compound found in most fruits including bignay, has this very powerful compound catechins. This compound is a potent antioxidant that helps fight free radicals that causes DNA damage. So if you are looking for a tiny but super healthy fruit, bignay is one of your best choices.
Other benefits includes:
strengthens immune system
cleans the colon
natural fat burner
lowers SGPT and SGOP
cleanses the pancreas, kidneys, liver and other body organs
prevents hypertension, diabetes, infections, insomnia, etc.
prevents cancer and premature aging
I personally experienced the many health benefits of bignay tea. It is non-acidic tea unlike any other kinds of tea. It is also an appetite suppressor which helps cease food cravings that leads to less eating. Once you suppress your appetite, you can assure that you will lose some weight.
Bignay tea also helped reduce my cholesterol level and my SGPT level (liver tests). Since my SGPT was reduced significantly, my fatty liver was diffused and I don't have to take my liver therapy supplement anymore.
Another benefit is that, my sleep became more smooth and I am less stressed. My urine's color is also now normal and not so dark.
These benefits are all true and I am currently still drinking more bignay tea each day (approximately 2 liters a day). Don't take my word for it but you can definitely try this tea. I am not selling or promoting it just to make profit because this is not a sponsored post. I am just too thrilled to share that this tea really works wonderfully for my health.
How to make bignay tea?
You can make bignay tea either from the leaves or from its bark, just like traditional and common herbal teas. But bignay tea now comes in a convenient pack that are not expensive. The image is the actual product that you can try as your herbal supplement.
Just put two tablespoon of bignay tea into 4 glasses or 1 liter of water. Boil and simmer for 10 minutes and serve. You can add sweeteners but I don't recommend it at all. Bignay tea is not bitter unlike any other teas out there. It actually doesn't have a bad taste so you don't need sweeterners.
If you are outside of the Philippines and you would like to try the power of bignay tea, then you may contact me for more details.