Wisdom tells us your body is a temple, and wise women keep their temple clean with Tiny Tea. We've tied a bow on all the tools you need for your cleanse.
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Tiny Tea contains: Wulong Cha (oolong tea), Shan Zha (Hawthorn Fruit), Mai Ya (Barley Sprout), Chen Pi (Tangerine Peel), Jue Ming Zi (Foetid Cassia Seeds), Lai Fu Zi (Radish), He Ye (Lotus Leaf).
Gluten Free Tiny Tea contains:Wulong Cha (oolong tea), Shan Zha (Hawthorn Fruit), Chen Pi (Tangerine Peel), Jue Ming Zi (Foetid Cassia Seeds), Lai Fu Zi (Radish), He Ye (Lotus Leaf).
According to Dr Nat TCM, the magical blend of the Tiny Tea Teatox is based upon Traditional Chinese Medicine principles with delicately balanced herbs that are designed to nourish and cleanse the digestive system.
In Chinese Medicine, the digestive system is the pivot of health. Nourishing this will allow your body to achieve optimum physical, aesthetic, and emotional health.
28 day Tiny Tea Teatox aims to restore your body back to its original health before modern day lifestyles, sugars, fats, stress, inactivity and emotions took a toll on it. Tiny Tea Teatox works best in conjunction with a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.
Dr Nat TCM explains that, indirectly, Tiny Tea Teatox may assist you to shed excess weight simply by restoring your system to a point where it functions effectively.
Many of our customers report weight loss and some quite significantly so. From our perspective, achieving an optimum weight should come from an overall positive approach to health. Our Tiny Tea Teatox helps the body to function properly, when it's working at its most efficient, we see a reduction in excess weight.
Here at Your Tea, we believe that striving for optimum health should be an important aspect of everyday life. We only have one body - so it is your prerogative to look after, nourish and replenish yours so it can carry you through this life safely, peacefully and with longevity.
According to Dr. Nat TCM, the ingredients of Tiny Tea Teatox are designed to maximise digestion and gut functionality in your body.
From a TCM view point, we refer to the ‘gut’ as the spleen and stomach – and the relationship these two have with each other is what makes the magic of digestion happen. So the stomach is the ‘pit’ that the food arrives into and the spleen is like the organ that assimilates foods, draws out the essentials, sends the nutrients around the body to nourish and heal and the bad out to the bowel as waste.
When this is all happening smoothly, the body is happy. It assists in keeping our weight in check too because if the bad is being sent out as waste, toxins can’t build up in our body. When this system of the body isn’t working properly one of the things we can see is bloating or discomfort after eating.
It’s important to be reminded that food intolerances are different to food we may be allergic to. An allergic reaction is generally quite severe, and sometimes life-threatening. An intolerance simply means that in this moment your body can’t process what you’re feeding it.
Dr Nat TCM explains, the best way to approach any intolerance is actually with the ‘like treats like’ approach. What you are intolerant to soon becomes your superpower because it can tell us a little of what is truly going on.
Symptoms of food intolerance may start simple – bloating, upset bowels and sometimes nausea, all of which begin to happen when your digestive systems is struggling to do its job properly. This is generally amplified by foods we find difficult to digest. The main offenders being gluten, dairy, and sugar. Perhaps you were born with compromised gut health (we immediately inherit our mother’s gut health at conception and birth), or other factors during your lifetime like the pill, antibiotics or other medications have contributed. In any case, sub-average gut health lies at the core of why we experience intolerances.
Shan Zha is a common and very useful, gentle herb used in Chinese Medicine to assist in moving food through the digestive system, indicated where there is bloating and pain.
Dr Nat TCM tells us, from a Chinese Medicine perspective, skin ailments such as acne, pimples, blackheads, rashes, eczema, psoriasis etc are all external indications of internal imbalances. As our Tiny Tea Teatox clears out the body of imbalances, toxins and waste, you will often see your skin ailments clear up as a direct result of completing our Tiny Tea Teatox. Remember, if the body doesn't have anything to reject internally, it can't eject anything externally.
Tiny Tea Teatox is not a laxative, therefore it won't affect your pill/implant.
However, in the rare case that you have an adverse reaction, then Tiny Teatox can have an impact on the accuracy of the pill if taken within 4 hours of experiencing diarrhoea or vomiting (only in an event of an allergic reaction).
You can maintain your normal exercise routine.
Tiny Tea Teatox is safe for almost all women.
For the young, elderly or those recovering from serious illness, whilst it isn't contraindicated, it's important to consult your healthcare professional before commencing Tiny Tea Teatox. If you're under the age of 15 we recommend seeking parental permission.
We recommend that you DO NOT take Tiny Tea Teatox whilst pregnant, purely because we believe in leaving health up to nature at this special point in time. Though, for those who are trying to conceive – cleansing can be part of the winning formula in increasing hormone function and fertility.
Due to the inclusion of barley, Tiny Tea Teatox isn't recommended for breastfeeding woman. This is because barley may dry up breast milk, once you have finished breastfeeding you can start Tiny Tea Teatox immediately.
Tiny Tea Teatox is a program designed to be consumed consecutively over 28 days. It can be used up to 56 days in a row (2 x 28 day Tiny Tea Teatoxes).
We recommend to then go on a 2 week break to let your body fall into a rhythm of its own. Following this, you can continue on.
However, you should find that your digestive system will be replenished by this point and you may not need to continue. In this case, we recommend you to k eep a 14 day Tiny Tea in your tea collection for those specific days when you're feeling a little bloated, sluggish or tired. One cup of Tiny Tea should help shake this off.
Drink Tiny Tea 3 times a day, 30 minutes before or after meals. The three times are morning, midday and early evening.
Soak 1 bag in a cup of boiling water for 5-7 minutes at a time.
Avoid drinking me with meals or late at night.
Hot tip: Feel free to add a squeeze of lemon or dash of honey.
52 pages of qualified information from Dr Nat TCM. All you need to achieve optimal health and wellbeing. The perfect partner while consuming a 28 Day Tiny Tea Teatox. Written by Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Nat Kringoudis - all content has been carefully researched and combined with her years of practical experience. Topics range from cellulite, skin clarity, ibs, pcos, digestion, energy, emotions and weight issues - 20 chapters of pure qualified advice.