Didsbury Weight Loss Tea Powder

Usage: Using natural plants, our weight loss tea is excellent for promoting fat burning and suppressing your appetite, helping you with your weight loss programme. If you are looking for the natural way to use weight using green matcha, oolong and kalonji seeds based on ancient Chinese Medicine, then this product is a natural and safe way to boost your metabolism and promote weight loss as part of a balanced diet. 


Coming in powder form, you can stir this into your porridge, smoothie or any drink or meal of your choice. Stirred into a fruit or vegetable smoothie, it makes the perfect meal replacement.


Treatment: Helps boost the metabolism and promote weight loss as part of a balanced diet


Directions: Simply place one teaspoon of the herbal mixture into a glass of boiling water and infuse for five minutes before straining and drinking - delicious!


Weight: 75g - one month's supply


Ingredients: Green Matcha, Oolong, Kalonji Seeds


Note: Products may not be suitable for children under 12 years of age, pregnant and nursing mothers or people taking prescription medication. If in doubt please check with your GP. These teas are not medication but are natural supplementary herbal blends to help with different symptoms. The effects will be felt within twelve to fourteen weeks upon a daily cup of tea. They will improve overall performance of the body.

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Sales price £14.95
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£14.95 for one month's supply based on one teaspoon per day. This product comes in powder form and is ideal not only for making tea but also for mixing with porridge, in smoothies and milkshakes. In fact, you can blend it into any food.

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Manchester 
M20 6RY

Mail: enquiry@didsburyteas.com

Tel: 07753 144193

ABOUT US

Events in my own life led me to search alternative medicine to relieve my health problems as traditional medication just wasn’t cutting it. I started looking into homeopathy following a cataract operation in March 2009. Around this time I started getting hiccups on a regular basis. 

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