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IDO Tea's Fermented Herbal Tea series is uniquely made with its fermentation process that promotes the naturally-occurring breakdown of good substances in food. The fermented teas contain beneficial probiotics and digestive enzymes. Every cup provides unique benefits by optimally utilizing the properties of the fermented tea itself. 

Willowy Tea helps relieve bloating and swelling by reducing excess water retention. The main ingredient of Willowy tea, Jeju dwarf bamboo leaves, help with active bowel movement. Tangerine peels stimulate healthy digestion. Mulberry leaves help reduce the feeling of hunger and lotus leaves for soothing the digestive tract.

- All Natural
- Caffeine Free
- No Preservatives / No Additives
- Beneficial Herbs
- Comforting Mild Aroma
- GMO-FREE biodegradable teabags

: Jeju dwarf bamboo leaf 40%, organic mulberry leaf 30%, organic lotus leaf 20%, organic tangerine peel 10%

IDO Tea's Recommended Steeping Directions:
  1. Pour 10-15 oz of fresh boiling water over one teabag. 

  2. Steep 1-2 minutes. 

  3. Remove teabag. Serve and enjoy. 
  • Each tea bag makes at least 2 cups of tea! 

  • Enjoy COLD! Follow the instruction above to steep and brew as hot. Keep tea bag in water until cooled to warm/room temperature. Refrigerate immediately. Preserve tea in glass containers to keep the fresh taste lasting longer. Enjoy the smooth tasting and thirst-quenching cold tea as an alternative to water. 
    Note: Due to fresh fermented ingredients, leaving steeped tea at room-temperature or warmer area too long can become sour quickly.

IDO Tea™'s manufacturing facility is Organic Certified and is located in the beautiful outskirts of South Korea in a small town named Po-Hang. 

IDO Tea™ products are also USDA Certified (NOP Certified) for the organic product line and material of teabag.

Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers
WARNING: Consuming this product can expose you to chemicals including Bisphenol A, which is known to the State of California to cause reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/food.