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Star Ring – Ban Lan Gen Chong Ji – Isastis Root Herbal Beverage

Ban Lan Gen Chong Ji – Isatis Root Herbal Beverage is an instant herbal beverage useful for addressing common cold, flu, and upper respiratory tract infections. Amount: 20 Packets.

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Based on 5 reviews








Very happy with the product

I heard a lot about this tea. The price is great. Will buy again from this company.


Donna Young

Great Product! Really Works!

I’ve been using Ban Lan Gen Chong Ji for a few years now to keep me well. It kept me well for a good while. When my diabetes and stress drug down my immunity, it really helped keep me from getting really sick. When I contracted CV19, it significantly lessened my symptoms. This also happened when I was vaccinated with the 1st dose of the CV19 Moderna vaccine. I highly recommend having some of this in your cupboard!

The one negative I have is this:

I wish I knew of a sugar free version.


Susan Gallagher

Great tea to keep away viruses

This tea is good to have around for any kind of virus.

Susan thank you for your feedback,

Frequently purchased with Star Ring – Ban Lan Gen Chong Ji – Isastis Root Herbal Beverage

Pouch of 20 convenient single-serve packets of instant herbal beverage, a soothing combination of southern isatis, dandelion, and violet. Net weight 200 grams, or 7.04 ounces.
This product: Star Ring – Ban Lan Gen Chong Ji – Isastis Root Herbal Beverage

Pouch of 10 convenient single-serve packets of instant herbal beverage. Net weight 100 grams, or 3.52 ounces.


Box of 120 cold season's support tablets, 250 milligrams each of natural herbal supplement from KGS.


Clear bottle with 2 fluid ounces of oil, chinese and english text.


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What is Ban Lan Gen Chong Ji:

Ban Lan Gen Instant Herbal Tea (Pure Isatis Root) is a widely-used herb possessing anti-viral herb that is commonly used in Chinese common-cold formulas. Ban Lan Gen, commonly called Isatis Root (aka Dyers Woad Root/Leaf) addresses viral infections that have gone down past the exterior layers of the body and sunk into the respiratory system; for instance: the common cold, fevers, and other infections of the nose, throat, and sinuses (upper respiratory tract infections). Drink a cup of this tea when exposed to others that are sick with a cold or when you think you are coming down with a cold to avoid getting sick yourself. This proven herb makes it a household staple.

Which concerns is it good for?:
✔ Common cold
✔ Fevers or swelling
✔ Nose, throat, or sinus infections
✔ Encephalitis
✔ Digestive tract infections

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