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30-Day TEA -a Detox Plan that works! Tried & Tested.

Herbs contained in this tea cleanse the body of toxins (fighting with preservatives and additives)

If you are looking for an amazing detox tea that you can incorporate into your daily routine, this is the one for you! 

  • Boost your metabolism
  • Start burning stored fat
  • Calms muscle spasms and muscle tightness
  • Naturally raise energy levels
  • Detox your internal organs
  • Reduce bloating
  • Improve skin complexion
  • Flush out harsh toxins
  • Fix digestive issues

  • How does it taste?: 
    The tea encompasses five tastes: sweet, sour, salty, bitter and pungent (or warmly spicy)
    Benefits?  
    Loaded with anti–oxidants, immune boosting herbs and naturally sweetened with whole stevia.


Are you ready to ditch those bad habits, make positive changes and live a happier, healthier lifestyle? GOOD. We are here to help you do it. ( And you know what? It's not going to be that hard! )
  •  TRIED & TESTED - Detox plan..Get a FREE MUG AS WELL
    Please note that you will receive the tea tin (MAKES 35 CUPS OF TEA)  and cup not the bag.

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