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NEWS: EDOBIO Combines Traditions and Flavors of the East and West with Introduction of Blended Herbal Tea

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People all around the world love their tea. In fact, tea is the most consumed hot drink worldwide and the most consumed non-alcoholic beverage overall. Yet when it comes down to it, all teas are not created equal - with Japan long-recognized as the consummate tea lovers’ paradise. Now, the Tokyo-based all-natural health and beauty brand, EDOBIO, has introduced its uniquely blended herbal teas that promise to further solidify that reputation and kick it up a notch - with some help from Italy.

Launched in 2018, EDOBIO is already known for its artfully packaged skincare and skin repair products that reflect the beauty regimens of Japanese women that date back to the 1600s. Now, it’s blended herbal teas, which are part of the company’s Inner Beauty Secrets line, expand upon its commitment to honoring culture and traditions while incorporating modern day biotechnology to each of its products. The teas combine the highest quality Japanese tea leaves with the finest Italian herbs for a variety of unique and delicious blends that benefit both the mind and body.

The selections include EDOBIO Green Tea Slim and EDOBIO Relax Flow, both of which can be served hot or cold and do not contain artificial colors or fragrances or any preservatives. Green Tea Slim contains herbs that have been found to rid the body of excess water and undigested waste while Relax Flow contains herbs that help with stress relief. Both are recommended for daily consumption for long-lasting well-being.

Yet, what truly distinguishes both of the teas is one very special ingredient, the Japanese Blueberry Leaf – which comes from blueberries (Kunisato Number 35) grown in Miyazaki Prefecture. The species is high in proanthocyanidin, which is an elite class of polyphenols. Official studies conducted by Jordi Merino (Department of Nutrition, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Boston, MA, USA) and Qi Sun (Diabetes Unit, Center for Genomic Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, USA) between others, reported that polyphenols are proven to offer various health benefits and regular consumption is said to boost digestion, brain health, and protect against heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and even certain cancers. The blueberry leaf in the new EDOBIO teas also includes chlorogenic acid, quinic acid, and fiber – all nutrients that have been credited with positively influencing the aging process.

“Our Blended Herbal Tea effectively combines practices of the East and West for a beverage that is one-of-a-kind in taste and healthy ingredients to promote balance during one’s busy day and as a way to detox and unwind in the evening,” said explained Kenichi Arakawa, CEO. “We chose the assortment of herbs based on their healing properties and flavor in partnership with experienced Italian naturopaths. Then we blended that together with Japanese tea leaves of unsurpassed flavor and quality.”

The EDOBIO Blended Herbal Tea collection is available at its stores in Tokyo and Osaka, Japan and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia as well as its online marketplace. For more information, go to 

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