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For the avid tea drinker who is also conscious of their health and wellness needs, there's Slim Leaf Tea. In just two weeks, you can enjoy a flavorful morning breakfast tea which has some wellness attributes as well.

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Slim Leaf Tea is a delicious breakfast tea designed with Wellness in mind

If you're more up-to-date on wellness trends, then you may have heard of detox teas. One such brand is a product known as Slim Leaf Tea. It is meant to be consumed for no longer than two weeks, and even then, you don't need to have more than one cup per day in order to get the desired effect.

How To Use Slim Leaf Tea

Try to only use cool filtered water when you prepare Slim Leaf Tea. Boil the water to somewhere between 180 and 200 degrees Fahrenheit, then steep one tea bag in the water for 3 to 5 minutes. Make sure you wait for the beverage to cool before drinking so that you don't burn your mouth. Goes great with breakfast.

Slim Leaf Tea Ingredients

Yerba Mate Tea

Yerba mate tea is considered a sacred beverage by many indigenous South American peoples. It is consumed from a special gourd through a special straw that serves a dual purpose: mixing the tea, and consuming the beverage in a traditional fashion. Because of its presumed benefits to people, many yerba mate enthusiasts have nicknamed this beverage "the drink of the Gods".

Sencha Green Tea

Sencha green tea is different from other green teas based on the farming process. Sencha green tea farmers keep their plants out of direct sunlight in order to reduce caffeine development, and also to encourage the leaves to store more nutrients. It is one of the first tea leaves harvested after the long winter growing season and highly coveted in Japanese culture.

Oolong Tea

Oolong tea has a Chinese origin, as opposed to sencha. Another way these two teas differ is the fact that oolong tea is grown in direct sunlight. But it's the production process that determines whether or not this tea variety has a high caffeine content. The name of this tea type can be loosely translated into "black Dragon Tea".


Spearmint, although native to Asia and Europe, can be found growing almost anywhere in the world today. This is due to the fact that such herbs can become highly invasive species in the right environment. It is also a highly flavorful herb that is used in cooking and for flavoring


There's a reason this herb earned the name "lemongrass" - it has a delightful, citrus flavor. It's very popular in Asian countries, especially when it comes to cooking. The most popular dishes flavored with lemongrass include curries, soups, and of course, tea.

Orange Peel

It's not just the fruit of the orange tree that has some healthful benefits. There are extracts from the rind itself which, when added to beverages, provide a delightful flavor. These flavors come from the plant compounds present in the peel and they may also have protective benefits in addition to their delicious taste.

Siberian Ginseng Root

Associating the name "ginseng" with this plant is a little bit misleading, because there's no actual relation to its Asian and American counterparts. The origins of this plant go all the way back to parts of China and Russia. However, some of the health and wellness benefits associated with these plants are similar, despite their different genetic and botanical origins.


The hawthorn trees are native to the continent of North America. They produce flavorful berries which may provide more than just flavor for the people who consume them. To get the maximum benefits from the hawthorn berry, people like too mush them up and extract the essence in its most pure and concentrated form.


Senna is a bit of a catch-all term for different trees, shrubs, and herbs which all belong to specific plants of the legume family. Senna extract, unlike actual beans, has a sweet and pleasant taste which works well with your digestion.

Lotus Leaf

The Lotus is a beautiful and popular flower native to the Mediterranean, Southwest Asia, end parts of Northern Africa. It may go by many names, such as Sacred Lotus, Indian Lotus, or the Egyptian Bean. You can find it growing in lakes and rivers, and it is the official flower of both India and Vietnam.

Benefits of Slim Leaf Tea

Slim Leaf Tea does an excellent job standing out from similar brands of tea that are available in the market today. The flavors in Slim Leaf Tea come from an ambitious yet masterful combination of unique, fresh ingredients. Slim Leaf Tea is manufactured in a way that focuses on quality and excellence above all else. It is truly a cosmopolitan tea, given the fact that it's ingredients are sourced from all over the globe. For a tasty, healthful treat in the morning, drink Slim Leaf Tea for two weeks - and see how good you feel.

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