Wisdom tells us your body is a temple, and wise women keep their temple clean with Tiny Tea.
Traditionally my ingredients have been used to assist with:
TARGETING EXCESS FAT
REDUCING FLUID RETENTION
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).
42 TEABAGS PER BOX.EACH TEABAG WEIGHS 2.5G.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF TINY TEA?
Dr Nat Kringoudis is our chief Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Practitioner and our Ambassador and explains how the Your Tea blends work.
The magical blend of Tiny Tea 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.
14 day Tiny Tea aims to help 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 works best in conjunction with a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.
Indirectly, Gluten Free Tiny Tea may assist you to shed excess weight simply by restoring your system to a point where it functions effectively.
The ingredients in Tiny Tea are designed to maximise digestion and gut functionality in your body.
From a TCM view point, we refer to the ÔgutÕ as the spleen and stomach Ð and the relationship these two have with each other is what makes the magic of digestion happen. So the stomach is the ÔpitÕ 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 canÕt build up in our body. When this system of the body isnÕt working properly one of the things we can see is bloating or discomfort after eating.
ItÕs 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 canÕt process what youÕre feeding it. The best way to approach any intolerance is actually with the Ôlike treats likeÕ 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 Ð 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 motherÕs 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.
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 assists with balancing digestion you may also see your skin ailments clear up.
14 Day Tiny Tea is designed to be consumed consecutively over 14 days (3 x a day) 30 minutes before or after meals. Brew for 5-7 minutes at a time. We always recommend listening to how your body feels whilst on the tea, and with the exception of our everyday teas (Her Tea and Antioxidant Tea) only consume one variety of Your Tea at a time.
Hot tip: Feel free to add a squeeze of lemon or dash of honey.