Weight Loss Tea


Weight Loss Tea

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    WEIGHT LOSS AID TEA 150g   75-100 servings


    Ingredients- Hibiscus, Currant Fruit, Rooibos, Rose Hips, Elderberries, Cranberries, Peppermint Leaf, Lemongrass, Spearmint Leaf, Lemon Verbena, Lemon Balm, Natural Flavoring.


    Ingredients- Black Tea, Ginger, Gunpowder Green Tea, Peppermint Leaves, Oolong, White Tea, Peach chunks, natural fruit flavoring.

    Green tea has antioxidative compounds that revives the metabolism, increasing the release of fat from fat cells especially in the belly, and speeds up the liver’s fat burning capacity. Lemon tea can help fight bloat thanks to its d-limonene content. It has been used for its diuretic effects since ancient times. Studies show that white tea can prevent new fat cells from forming, but it also enhances the body’s ability to break down and utilize existing fat for energy. Black tea improves cardiovascular function, while Oolong tea‘s major weapon against weight gain is its ability to prevent fat absorption (also said to help fight blood pressure). Rooibos, from south Africa, helps aid fat metabolism. Rooibos is also naturally sweet, so you won’t need to add sugar (and it is herbal, so no caffeine!) Hibiscus is known to help reduce bloating. Mint helps reduce munchies, while the berries help satisfy that sweet tooth. Finally, Ginger. Ginger is nutrient dense! Not only is ginger one of the healthiest spices on the planet, but it also fights inflammation.

    We created & blended two different weight loss aid teas. One with caffeine, one without. They can both be drank to assist you in your weight loss journey.

    Infusion Methods: Though tea balls and strainers are often used for tea that isn’t pre-bagged, ideal methods of infusing loose leaf teas employ strainers that allow for the tea leaves to completely unfurl and release their flavor.

    Some tea enthusiasts dispense with using strainers altogether and drop leaves in the pot directly and then strain the tea when serving into cups (you can use a cup strainer). When employing this method be sure to pour out all tea or remaining liquid will get bitter from over-steeping.

    Tea Strength: The strength and flavor of tea is a personal experience.

    We aim to provide times and temperatures that reduce the risk of allowing the actual tea leaves (or other delicate herbs in blends) to taste bitter due to too much steep time or to get scorched from too much heat.

    If you desire a stronger cup, we suggest using more tea rather than a longer steep time to minimize the potential for a more bitter flavor.

    Storage: Teas should be kept in an airtight container away from light and heat. They will be at their freshest within the first 6 months.

    Ideal Water Temperature: Water for white and green teas should generally be between 160 and 185 degrees Fahrenheit (not boiling) because the leaves are more sensitive and will burn, dissolving the tannin and making it taste too bitter. Oolong should be brewed between 180 and 200. And black and herbal teas should be brewed between 208 and 212 degrees (boiling). .

    Serving Size: 2 grams tea per 8 ounces water (1-2 Teaspoons), however you can make it lighter or stronger to your preference.

    Our products & statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to prevent, treat, or cure any disease. Please consult your doctor before taking any herbs if you are pregnant, nursing, taking medications, or have a medical condition.

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