Anti Bad Eye Tea

Using the secrets of the Kaballah, Segula Tea created special blend of fine green tea that is a "Segula" against Evil Eye
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Segula Against Evil Eye

Innovative recipe made by the Kaballah that protects you from evil eye

A Segula (Hebrew: סגולה, pl. סגולות, segulot, "remedy" or "protection") is protective or benevolent charm or ritual in Kabbalistic and Talmudic tradition.

Health Benefits

Made from finest herbs of Zaatar and Ruta together with secret mix of green tea makes the tea healthy for intestine, stomach and heart. helping in cognitive functions and stronger immune system.

30% Za'atar

Za'atar has some truly impressive health benefits, including its ability to improve the immune system, boost skin health, build strong bones, increase circulation, clear out the respiratory tracts, soothe inflammation, boost energy, improve mood, aid memory, and potential to treat chronic diseases.

10% Ruta

Rue as a tea used for menstrual disorders, gastric upset, headaches, parasites, and topically for sprains, skin inflammation, and to repel insects
Placing a bag of rue above the front door of the home will also help to ward against the evil eye

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Evil Eye?

Curse or legend believed to be cast by a malevolent glare, usually given to a person when they are unaware

It is said that one gets the Evil Eye by way of another person’s glare, praises, or compliments, whether ill-intentioned or not. A person can even give themselves the curse by acting without humility.

Following the Kabbalah (Zohar)

Kabbalah (Zohar) is the the ancient Jewish tradition of mystical interpretation of the Bible, first transmitted orally and using esoteric methods (including ciphers)
Zohar is teaching us and bringing home the fact that the one factor responsible for every form of death is evil eye. Cancer, heart attacks, accidents, and so forth are not the true causes.
The first evil eye, strangely enough, occurs in Genesis. The Zohar explains that death came about because the snake was envious of Adam and jealous of the fact that he could not take Eve as his wife...

Made in Marrakech, Morocco

The history of Moroccan tea is attributed to several sources. It is believed that Moroccan tea was first introduced to Morocco in the 12th century B.C by the Phoenicians who settled in the north of the country for more than eight centuries.

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