Our ingredients are unique, safe and effective
Specially selected, processed and blended together for their unique and complementary benefits!
Discover what active herbs go into each tea pouch
Mosanco Tea is formulated by using two natural ingredients:
Being used as a traditional herb for centuries, the leaves of Australian Cowplant contains gymnemic acids, which inhibit and slow the transport of sugar from our small intestine into the bloodstream.
This, in turn, helps in lowering blood sugar levels after meals. Research has shown that Australian Cowplant extract is an effective herb for people with blood sugar problems.
In a clinical trial, participants experienced significant reductions in blood sugar, hemoglobin A1c, and glycosylated plasma protein levels. More remarkably, at the end of the 18-month study, the participants were able to reduce their drug dosages, and some of the study subjects were able to effectively maintain normal blood sugar levels with the GS4 (Gymnema Sylvestre Supplement) alone.
Research also suggests that Australian Cowplant aids in repairing and regenerating beta cells in the pancreas, which are responsible for producing insulin.
Widely known for its antioxidant and detoxification properties, green tea is one of the most known tea leaves around. Widely used for centuries in Asia, it is very effective in increasing metabolic rate and provides cellular repairing via its antioxidant EGCG.
Putting Safety First
Mosanco Tea is subjected to stringent quality control procedures from raw ingredients to the finished product, fulfilling all requirements in Singapore and is regulated by the Health Science Authority (HSA) Singapore.
Manufactured under GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) standards and highest safety and hygiene levels.
Complied strictly in accordance with the regulations from the Health Ministry for Microbial and Heavy metal testing standards.
Mosanco Tea is also Halal certified by Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura (MUIS).
What our customers say?
Mosanco Tea reduces carbs and sugar intake within the gut after meals and desserts.