True Slim Tea Regular

Code
00386600000291
Size:30s
R184.95
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Overview

  • One tea bag a day, keeps your fat away and healthy all the way!
  • Contains green tea
  • A delicious energy boost

Description

Betty's True-Slim' Tea is an oriental herb tea that helps cleanse your body from daily consumptions and assists with problems such as constipation; allowing your body to have a balanced metabolism and weight ratio. Through this process of health improvement, Betty's True-Slim' Tea ensures you to have an increase in energy. It is the ideal solution to improve your lifestyle.

Ingredients

Malva Verticillata, green tea, cassis seeds, psyllium seeds.

Warnings

Do not add sugar, milk or sweetener.

Directions

Use 1 tea bag a day, pour boiling water over the teabag in a mug or tea cup. For best results, cover the mug with a lid and brew for 5 minutes. Stir and press the teabag gently with spoon and stir well to fully release fragrance of the herbs.
 

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