Each carton contains 15 packs, 1 pack/ 2 tea bagsLIPIN Vegetable Soup5 A Day The Color Way:5 A Day is the name of a number of programs in various countries, especially the and , to encourage the consumption of at least five portions of and each day, following requests by the to consume at least 400g of vegetables dailyEat Your Colors Every Day to Fight Cancer, Heart Disease, and the Effects of Aging.By including a mix of colors in your low-fat dietat least 5 to 9 servings dailyyou can help maintain:l A healthy heartl Memory functionl Vision healthl Strong bones and teethl A lower risk of some cancersOrigin of LIPIN Vegetable Soup:Vigorous researches, tests and experiments from over 1,500 types of herb and plant were carried out in Japan by Dr. Kazu Tateishi to select the right elements that best fortify the immune system. Eventually the right combination of ingredients was found and formulated a unique miraculous vegetable soup. It consists of Radish, Radish Leave, Carrot, Burdock, and Dry Mushroom. These vegetables are rich in green chlorophyll, amino acids, vitamins, iron, phosphorous, calcium and other minerals, all in their natural form. The Five Elements not only have their own colors: white, green, red, yellow, and black, and also resonate with the aforesaid 5 A Day program promoted in the U.S. and Great Britain. LIPIN Vegetable Soup is strictly manufactured according to the proportion of Dr. Kazu Tateishis recipe. It is a product of Taiwan, certified and approved by the Taiwanese Government. All vegetables are organically grown with no preservative or additive of any kind. This is a health food providing nutrient support for all age groups and changing an acidic body to mild alkaline that helps to prevent illnesses. The incredible power of the vegetable soup has been observed, proven and accredited in the past 30+ years in Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Canada, and USA.Nutrition Facts: Radish: Radish (Daikon) is very low in calories. A 3 ounce serving contains only 18 calories and provides 34 percent of the RDA for vitamin C. Rich in vitamin C, daikon contains active enzymes that aid digestion, particularly of starchy foods. Select those that feel heavy and have lustrous skin and fresh leaves.Radish Leaves: The leaves of radish are diuretic, antiscorbutic and laxative. The tap root is also strongly antiscorbutic for preventing of curing scurvy and the seeds are expectorant, diuretic, carminative for relieving gastric discomforts, laxative and stimulant.Carrots: Vitamin A is derived from beta-carotene and carrots are the leading source of this substance in the American diet. In fact, carotenoids, the group of plant pigments of which beta-carotene is a member, are so named because they were first identified in carrots. This ever-popular vegetable is also a source of disease-fighting flavonoids, and carrots contain a specific type of fiber, called calcium pectate, which may lower blood cholesterol.Burdock: The carbohydrate inulin is the major constituent found in burdock and can comprise up to 50% of the plant\'s total mass. Inulin is made up of many fructose chains, which researchers believe are responsible for burdock\'s hypoglycemic activities. Inulin may act as a buffer, preventing blood glucose levels from fluctuating erratically. In addition, studies suggest that inulin has mild anti-inflammatory properties and stimulates the immune system, activating particular immune cells that may help alleviate skin conditions such as eczema. Interestingly, inulin promotes the growth of friendly bacteria in the intestines, though this property has not yet been explored in burdock.Mushrooms: They contain a substantial amount of B vitamins, selenium, copper, and some other trace minerals. Mushrooms are low in calories (a cup of raw mushrooms has about 20 calories). Moreover, researchers have discovered they contain antibacterial and other medicinal substances, including anti-tumor compounds called triterpenoids.LIPIN Brown Rice TeaRice you can drinkLIPIN Brown Rice Tea is a made from roasted .Brown rice and have similar amounts of , , and . If the outermost layer of a grain of rice (the ) is removed, the result is brown rice. If the layer underneath is removed, the result is white rice. The difference between the two lies in processing and nutritional content. The bran layer of rice contains fiber and naturally occurring nutrients such as magnesium, manganese, and zinc. Several and are lost in this removal and the subsequent polishing process. When the bran layer is removed to make white rice, the oil in the bran is also removed. Rice bran oil may help lower .Vitamin Information:Vitamin A: Vitamin A is essential for growth and life, taking part not only in vision but also in developmental processes that begin early in embryogenesis. Vitamin A continues to be necessary to maintain normal cellular differentiation throughout life. Beta-carotene: Beta-carotene is one of almost 600 carotenoids. Fifty of these compounds have vitamin A activity. Beta-carotene may provide as much as two-thirds of the vitamin A in the human diet. Carotenoids are deposited more widely throughout the body than retinoids and are found in adipose tissues, adrenals and liver.Vitamin C: Vitamin C acts as a reducing agent in a number of hydroxylation reactions in the body such as proline 4-hydroxylase, which is essential for collagen synthesisVitamin B1: As a coenzyme, Vitamin B1 plays a key role in energy production, conversion of glucose to fat.Calcium: Mineralization of bones and teeth. Regulation of contraction and relaxation in cardiac and skeletal muscle. Calcium acts as an important intracellular messenger.Iron: Iron is necessary for function and synthesis of hemoglobin, which transports oxygen through the circulatory system to all tissues of the bodyIodine: Iodines major function in the body is its role in the formation of thyroid hormones. Thyroid hormones stimulate basal rate of metabolism, oxygen consumption and heat production. They are necessary for normal nervous system development and linear growth.Magnesium: Magnesium is essential for muscle contraction, nerve conduction, membrane integrity, and vascular tone.Zinc: Zinc is particularly important for cells that are rapidly turning over such as those in the immune system; as well as in the maintenance of the central nervous system.SGS Lab ReportIn accordance with our intent to produce the finest quality vegetable soup and brown rice tea in the world, we engaged the services of SGS to do a pesticide testing of our products to ensure compliance of CNS national standard. No pesticide residues were found in our samples from the testing. SGS based in Switzerland is the global leader in verification and testing certification. Batch samples are sampled randomly and sent to an independent lab to be analysed. As surmised from the test results, the samples submitted to SGS passed with flying colors. In fact, the products exceed the benchmark standards.