Ch'i Sparkling Water Herbal 400ml
Discover the unique herbal taste in the world's first herbal mineral water.
Originally developed as a Health Drink, CH'I uses a unique New Zealand mineral water and a blend of herbs based on a Chinese medicinal recipe which is believed to be over 4,000 years old.
The unique herbal taste and the crisp sparkling mineral water make CH'I Herbal Mineral Water a refreshing and uplifting drink.
Best drunk lightly chilled, CH'I is perfect as a drink that will brighten anytime of the day, and makes a delightfully fresh and light cockatil mixer.
Available in 400ml (~ 13.5 oz) and 1.25 litre (~42.26 oz) bottles.
This bottle is 400ml (~13.5 oz).
The herbs - healthy or just great refreshing taste?
The herbal blend in CH'I includes Ginseng, Gotu Kola, Aloe, Fo-ti and Rhubarb Root. This blend was developed exclusively for CH'I and is based on a 4,000 years old recipe that was originally used to aid digestion and promote wellbeing.
The herbal blend in CH'I is not intended to provide any therapeutic effect. It gives the CH'I a refreshing flavour that is unique and sets it apart from the usual fruit and sugar flavours in most of the cold drinks available today.
We have received many endorsements from drinkers of CH'I from around the world and from the top to the bottom of New Zealand!
The information below provides background on some of the potential benefits professional Herbalists attribute to these herbs
NOTE: CH'I International Limited nor Products From New Zealand Ltd does not claim any expertise in the therapeutic prescription and use of herbs. This information is not provided to guide diagnosis, prevention, or treatment of any specific health issues.
Herbalists use - Rhubarb is a bitter cooling herb that improves digestion and promotes healing.
While we are most familiar with rhubarb as a food, eating rhubarb stems as food is a relatively recent innovation. It was first recorded in 17th century England, after affordable sugar became available to common people, and reaching a peak between the 20th century's two world wars.
Rhubarb has been used for medical purposes by the Chinese for thousands of years and appears in The Divine Farmer's Herb-Root Classic which is traditionally attributed to Shen Nung, the Yan Emperor, but is thought to have been compiled in about 2700 BC
Herbalists use - Aloa is an intensely purgative herb that is anti-inflammatory and has properties that promote healing. It helps digestive problems and poor appetites.
Of the 299 species of Aloe, only a few were used traditionally as a herbal medicine.
Herbalists use - Gotu Kola aids in lowering blood pressure and blood cholesterol levels.It features in herbal mremedies in Ayurvedic, traditional African, and traditional Chinese medicine.
As well as medicinal use, Gotu Kola appears in Indonesian, Vietnamese, Thai and Malay cuisine.
Herbalists use - Ginseng is a sweet tonic herb that both relaxes and stimulates the nervous system. It encourages the secretion of hormones, improves stamina, lowers blood sugar and cholesterol levels and increase resistance to diseases.
Fo-ti is described as bitter, sweet, astringent and slightly warming. It has a rejuvenation effect on the circulatory system. It lowers blood sugars and cholesterol and is effective against many infections.
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