Adlay tea – August 30, 2011


August 30, 2011

Results of testing:

~9:35 pm 10-minute INTERIOR average JAPANESE ADLAY TEA bought in Southern California Japanese market by Dale Ramicone = 49.8 CPM WHICH IS ~39.1% HIGHER THAN PREVIOUS BACKGROUND AVERAGE

9:20 pm 10-minute INTERIOR average: 35.8 CPM

Adlay is also referred to as Job’s Tears. The ‘false-fruit’ bearing plant has teardrop-shaped fruit which contain seeds used for beads and ground into flour for baking as well as beer and wine production.

Adlay is at least 50% starch, 14% protein and 6% fat in content. Besides its distinct taste, adlay tea is touted as a blood detoxifier. Some adherents claim that use of adlay extract can reduce lung caner tumors by 50%.

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