“A spirited mindset, a healthy body, and boundless energy every day” – this is when every cell of your body absorbs the micronutrients from medicinal herbs. This is the desire and mission of Delta D’ Asia.
According to the World Health Organization (2006)1, 60% of the world’s population relies on herbal medicine and about 80% of the population in developing countries depends almost totally on it for their primary health care needs. In addition, 25% of the drugs prescribed worldwide contain herbal active ingredients (Sahoo et al., 2010)2. Do you also know that searching for natural substances with high biological activity to make medicine is the new trend in the healthcare and biotechnology industry?
In Vietnam, according to research from the National Institute of Medicinal Materials (2019), there are more than 5000 medicinal herbs. Sadly, we have not properly and sufficiently exploited this blessing from Mother Nature as many have said “Vietnamese people are dying on piles of precious, natural drugs.”
Therefore, we are working day and night to research, and, as a result, establish Delta D’ Asia. With the technical cooperation of Ho Chi Minh City Materials for Medicines, especially with Mr. Bay Cong Dinh – Secretary of this organization, we have launched Delta D’ Asia-branded tea products with great health benefits.
So, what are the points of difference in Delta D’ Asia products?
The materials are carefully selected from medicinal areas in the highlands and Northwest regions of the country, and prepared with strict procedures to ensure the medicinal properties of herbs, including Curculigo Orchioides – one of the best “seller products” of Delta D’ Asia. The tea is extracted from Curculigo Orchioides and has eliminated the notion that high blood pressure patients are advised against using ginseng as Curculigo Orchioides helps to stabilize blood pressure, regulate cardiovascular function, and anti-aging (Joshi et al., 2012)3.
Another special feature of the tea is that high-sugar level patients can also drink it because of the antidiabetic activity of Curculigo Orchioides (Madhavan et al., 2008)4.
So, what are you waiting for? Let’s learn from our ancestors who invented many ways of using herbs, such as brewing, boiling in hot water, etc., to prevent and cure diseases, and nourish the body.With Delta D' Asia herbal tea, even the busiest of people can use it. This is truly a gift, a product for everyone.
1. WHO. (2004). WHO guidelines on safety monitoring of herbal medicines in pharmacovigilance systems. Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization. Retrieved from https://apps.who.int/iris/handle/10665/43034
2. Sahoo N, Manchikanti P, & Dey S. (2010). Herbal drugs: Standards and regulation. National Library of Medicine. 81(6):462–71. Retrieved from https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/20156530/
3. Joshi U, Vimal D, & Tushar T. (2012). Investigation of antihypertensive mechanism of curculigo orchioides in doca salt-induced hypertensive rats. International Journal of Phytopharmacology. 3. 178-185. Retrieved from https://www.researchgate.net/publication/253038129_INVESTIGATION_OF_ANTIHYPERTENSIVE_MECHANISM_OF_CURCULIGO_ORCHIOIDES_IN_DOCA_SALT_INDUCED_HYPERTENSIVE_RATS
4. Madhavan V, Joshi R, Murali A, & Yoganarasimhan S. (2008). Antidiabetic activity of curculigo orchioides. Root tuber. Pharmaceutical Biology. Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.1080/13880200601026259