Could this Tasty Tea Reduce Water Weight and Aid Digestion?

Lady with curly hair with a cup of tea

The more we age, the more health issues occasionally pop up. Gotta love getting older!

During my first visit to a Nutritional Therapist (Erin), she reviewed my complete health history through a series of questions, performed a physical exam reviewing the tongue, fingernails & skin and a did comprehensive dietary review along with a Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis (BIA).

What’s a BIA?

A BIA is method for estimating body composition, and measuring body fat. It can also tell you if you are retaining water.

One of the things My BIA revealed was that I was indeed retaining water, so she recommended Dandelion tea.

Dandelion leaves are one of the best natural sources of potassium and are well-known for their diuretic action (i.e. increasing the flow of urine). The herb has been used as a diuretic for centuries to treat water retention (oedema), lymphatic swellings, kidney stones and obesity” as quoted in

Dandelion also promotes liver health, aids digestion, and is a good coffee substitute.

Even though I’m not a huge tea drinker, I ordered the suggested tea from Amazon and it did NOT disappoint!

The first thing I noticed was the heavenly smell which reminded me of vanilla coffee.

I am extremely sensitive to smells, but could smell THIS tea all day long.

Not only does it smell delightful, but it has a smooth delicious flavor and is without a doubt, one of the best teas I’ve ever tasted (or smelled).

I believe it’s doing good things for my body and I drink it every morning now.

It’s Gluten Free, Certified Organic, Non-GMO, Caffeine Free and Sugar Free. 

Have you tried this fabulous tea? Please leave a comment!

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Here’s where you can get your own Republic of Tea Dandelion Tea.

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