Fermented Goya (Bitter Gourd) Tea is produced using lactic fermentation process, which processes Goya (seeds included) grown in the sun drenched fields of Okinawa into a healthy tea. Adlay (croixseed) and guava leaves are added to make this mild-tasting tea. A great product for maintaining both health and beauty. Goya, called the 'vine lychee' in Japanese is a cucurbitaceous vegetable that grows on a vine. It is also called 'Niga Uri' (bitter melon) in some areas. Goya contains a number of ingredients including vitamin C and in recent years the conjugated linoleic acid in the seeds has garnered attention. Guava leaves and adlay add to the beauty-enhancing properties of this product.
Niga Uri (goya), guava leaves, adlay (croixseed)
Put one tea bag of this product in a tea cup and pour in hot water.