A wise woman takes her makeover seriously, even when it's mini.
Tiny Tea Teatox contains: 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).
Skin Magic Tea contains: Gou Qi Zi (Chinese Red Tea), Zhi Gan Cao (Liquorice root), Mo Li Hua (Jasmine flower), Lu Hui (Aloe Vera), Lotus Seed Heart (Lian Zi Xin).
Anti-C Tea contains: Pu Gong Ying (taraxacum/dandelion), Camellia Sinensis (green tea), Chrysanthemum Tea.
Happy Tea contains: Black Tea, Mei Gui Hua (Rose), Gou Qi (goji), Ju Hua (chrysanthemum), Shan Zha (Hawthorn Fruit), Ning Meng (lemon).
TCM DOCTOR EXPLAINS THE BENEFITS OF THE MINI MAKEOVER BOX
According to Dr Nat TCM, the magical blend of the Tiny Tea Teatox 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.
Tiny Tea Teatox aims to 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 Teatox works best in conjunction with a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.
Dr. Nat Kringoudis TCM explains how Skin Magic Tea works within the body;
"The prime ingredient in Skin Magic Tea is Aloe Vera. Aloe is a common house hold name known for its cleansing and clearing abilities. It helps to nourish and rejuvenate the skin, meaning not only does it go to work on feeding your skin but equally to hydrate, clear heat (think cystic, sore pimples) and drain away any inflammation. It achieves all this through its unique ability to drain heat via urination.
Liquorice root and lotus seed hearts are also two powerful players in Skin Magic Tea. Liquorice root is known to be harmonising and nourishing. Because it is sweet in flavour, it works on digestion (and that’s where it all begins). It also aids the spleen and stomach in assimilating nutrients. Sometimes when our gut health is compromised we can’t adequately utilise the nutrients we consume, because our bodies can’t easily digest it. If we can’t use the fuel from food, then our bodies miss out on a important nutrients, which means that we may experience more acne flare ups simply because the body is missing elements that are vital to nourish skin. "
According to Dr Nat TCM, Anti-C’s herbal blend assists in cleansing the kidney and liver. It helps your body to lift stagnant dampness and phlegm.
As recommended by Nat Kringoudis TCM, it is best to complete a quick 14 day Tiny Tea Teatox prior to the AntiC-Tea. The TinyTea will cleanse your system and allow the AntiC-Tea to be absorbed more efficiently.
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Happy Tea explained by Dr. Nat Kringoudis;
Barbary Wolfberry Fruit or Go Qi Zi as it is known in China, is a very effective little berry that helps to cleanse and tone the blood. For this reason it helps to awaken the body and the senses leaving you feeling fabulous. It also helps that it’s a little package full of antioxidants – the very things that help to clean up the damage that stress leaves behind.
Happy Tea also contains another favourite Chinese fruit of mine – Shan Zha or Hawthorn Fruit. These little delicious apple-like fruits are great for digestion. They help to move any stagnated or accumulated food through the digestive tract and have a very calming effect on the gut in general. Shan Zha can be used to calm down a sensitive stomach or and help with digestive issues. It’s very gentle, safe and tastes delicious!
While both Chrysanthemum and Rose Flower both have an extremely calming effect on the body.