Citrus Bloom Chickweed is an exclusive blend of Chickweed, bright plump Rose and refreshing and zesty Lemon Ginger herbal teas. Chickweed grows abundantly in sunny open areas and in its natural state it is a small white flower with vibrant green stems known to contain a variety of beneficial properties including minerals and flavonoids. Rose have been found to contain vitamin C which has been shown to boost the immune system and promote healthy skin and bones. The brightness of the vitamin C packed lemon will soften the spicy bite of the ginger and when incorporated into a healthy lifestyle that includes a well balanced diet and regular exercise, Citrus Bloom Chickweed Tea is effective in aiding long term weight loss by acting as a mild diuretic to help the body flush excess water and fat from the system. You will certainly enjoy this one of a kind flavor combination.
- Recommended by Dr.OZ
- know to help aid digestion
- promotes loss of body weight
- Helps flush fat from the system
- Helps the body flush excess water
- Acts as an anti-inflammatory agent
- know to help Relieve skin problems
One of the major benefits of drinking chickweed tea is that it is a diuretic, which means that it helps the body flush excess water or fat from the system, leading to regular urination and a cleansed, toned body. This can lead to weight loss almost immediately. Chickweed is also said to act as a mild laxative, and help increase the body's metabolism, which doubles the weight loss effect. It's important to stick to only two or three cups of the tea per day, however, or else you might overdo the diuretic effect and lose too much water, becoming dehydrated. Some care should be taken.
Another common use of chickweed tea is to relieve skin problems, perhaps due to its detoxifying effects. In addition, some will use it to help with bronchitis, coughing, and other respiratory ailments. Some have reported that it helps as an anti-inflammatory agent, fighting rheumatism, gout, and kidney problems. As a health tonic, this tea is most frequently taken in the spring, to help flush out the buildup and ill effects of a sedentary winter.
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So far positive results
Reviewed by S. Baker on 7/15/12
- I've been drinking the tea for approximately 1 week. Per the Dr. Oz show, I only drink it after dinner. At first I would drink 1 cup, but I found myself having to go to the bathroom more (because it states it is a diuretic). I found that when drink the tea that I must increase my water intake because it will get rid of water, which started affecting me during my cardio workouts. It has decreased the bloating, especially after a big meal. So my chickweed 'cocktail' is 1/2 cup per day unless I eat a big meal, then I drink 1 cup. I haven't weighed in to see if I've lost weight but I can tell a consistentcy in my waistline. SN: I'm also drinking pu-erh & oolong tea with the chickweed - great combo!
Has anyone seen any benefits?
Reviewed by Nora M on 6/10/12
- I read all of the reviews about the taste but has anyone had any success with the diuretic aspect of this tea and if so, what is the average time that it took to work?