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Q: Is artificial flavouring added to GlucosCare® Tea?

GlucosCare® Tea does not contain any artificial flavourings or chemicals. The flavour of GlucosCare® Tea comes from the natural flavours of the herbs.

Q: What are the benefits of GlucosCare® Tea?

GlucosCare® Tea is a 100% natural herbal tea that helps to reduce the sugar absorption in the gastro intestinal track of the human body, hence regulating the blood sugar level.

Q: Where can I buy GlucosCare® Tea?

You can get it from major retailers, pharmacies and medical halls, although this will differ from country to country. In Singapore, you can find it at major retailers such as Guardian, Watsons, Unity NTUC Healthcare, NTUC (selected 22 stores), Mustafa Centre, OG departmental stores and most medical halls (except Hock Hua) and Polyclinics.

Q: What is the best way to consume GlucosCare® Tea?

Infuse 1 tea bag in a cup of boiling water for around 5 minutes. Depending on your desired taste for brewed tea, each tea bag can be used between 1 to 3 servings. Lime / lemon or skimmed milk may be added for taste, if desired.

Q: Who can consume GlucosCare® Tea?

GlucosCare® Tea is recommended for patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus, weight-watchers, or health-conscious consumers as it helps to regulate the level of blood sugar in one’s body. However due to the delicate condition of pregnancy, it is not recommended for consumption by pregnant or lactating women.

Q: I am a Muslim. Can I consume GlucosCare® Tea?

Yes, you can. GlucosCare® Tea is halal-certified and is suitable for consumption by Muslims.

Q: What are some of the possible side effects of GlucosCare® Tea?

GlucosCare® Tea is manufactured from 100% natural herbs and does not present any severe side effects. The tea may cause diuretic effect and you may find yourself passing urine a little more frequent than before. Also, those prone to severe gastric pains may encounter stomach discomfort if the tea is consumed before meals. Therefore, it is always recommended to take GlucosCare® Tea after meals.