Organic Slim-Thick Tea
Organic Slim-Thick Tea was formulated to create a tea that met a simple yet complicated goal: create a weight loss tea of organic herbs with three ingredients or less that tasted great. And that's how Organic Skinny Natural Tea was born and it does not disappoint! With a smooth flavor and slightly sweet-spicy kick, Skinny Natural Tea is warming and delightfully refreshing. Three delicious herbal pillars of weight loss are balanced on each other to give you the boost you need throughout the day in a natural way. The perfect solution for the "New Me".
Here are the three pillars and their benefits:
- Oolong Tea: Studies have shown that oolong tea does a couple of things that aid in weight loss. First, like all tea, oolong helps boost your metabolism to burn more calories throughout the day. But what makes oolong unique is it has also been shown to increase fat burning by 12%. That means that it tells your body to specifically burn fat!
- Ginger Root: Ginger root will help you control how much you eat by making you feel full faster. Also, like oolong tea, ginger root helps your body specifically burn fat to lose weight as opposed to general weight loss.
- Cinnamon Chips: As an appetite suppressor and a metabolism booster, cinnamon is great for weight loss. But what makes it superior? Studies have shown cinnamon specifically burns belly fat over other areas of the body!
Organic black tea, organic oolong, organic ginger, organic cinnamon, organic cardamom, and organic cloves. This tea comes with or without CBD. If you choose CBD, coconut powder is added to it.
2oz jar(.3oz weighted) (20-25 servings) or
2oz tin container (165-170 servings)
60mg of CBD per serving
Caffeine Content: Medium
HOW TO USE
Steep 1 teaspoon of Organic Slim-Thick Tea in 1 cup (8 oz.) of hot water for 5 to 7 minutes. This blend contains adaptogenic herbs. Adaptogenic herbs work best if they are allowed to slowly build up their presence in the body. For best results, consume at least one cup daily in the morning. Use filtered water (water can really affect the taste of the tea if it is not filtered) Watch How To Video