Tiny Tea has become all the rage. This product is becoming increasingly difficult to come by as stock is consistently sold out due to its burgeoning popularity as a detox tool. This “teatox” takes the form of a 14 or 28 day detox where Tiny Tea is consumed 3 times a day 30 minutes before or after meals.
This tea contains a unique blend of Chinese herbs to provide your system with an intensive cleanse while simultaneously helping to nourish the digestive system, promote weight loss, remove toxins and reduce water retention. Once your system has been cleaned, you will be able to digest your food properly which will help you to feel revitalized and energized.
Tiny Tea contains 12 organic ingredients (including camellia sinensis, catsia, lotus leaf, crataegus pinnatifida and additional Chinese medicinal herbs) that work together in a perfectly balanced way to bring about the desired results and reduce the incidence of nasty side effects that are typically associated with other tea detoxes.
When taken as directed you can expect to enjoy numerous benefits, namely improved digestion, reduced bloating, increased natural energy, less cravings for sugar, effective toxin removal and overall better health. After a detox course on Tiny Tea you should be able to see a noticeable reduction in cellulite, fluid retention and body fat. Your skin should be bright, your mood should be elevated and your digestive system should be operating in peak condition.
When this product is consumed as directed, there should not be any side effects. However, as Tiny Tea works to replenish the digestive system from within, the consumption of this tea might stir up some waste products that may cause a mild upset tummy or skin break outs in the first few days of the detox. This is nothing to be alarmed about and any unpleasant symptoms should settle within a few days.
Should you experience anything out of the ordinary or suffer from nausea, diarrhea or severe cramping, discontinue using the tea and consult your doctor immediately. This being said, reactions of this kind to the ingredients in Tiny Tea are very rare. Tiny Tea does contain gluten and so should be consumed with caution by anybody with gluten sensitivities or allergies. This tea is a digestive aid and not a laxative and so is suitable for any age.