Fei Yan Slimming Tea Now Available in Care Cure Clinics

Feiyan Slimming Tea is a fast and effective way to aid the weight loss process. Here are just some of it's benefits.



Benefits of Fei Yan Chinese Herbal Slimming Tea

• Fei Yan Tea is a fast and effective way to aid slimming and weight loss by controlling and reducing the body's blood fat and cholesterol levels.

• The tea aids metabolism to increase the burning of calories and improve digestion and elimination.

• Fei Yan tea is an infusion prepared from medicinal plants which contain effective components for anti-Hyperlipemia and reducing fat accumulation.

• Fei Yan Tea won the Golden Prize at The First Health Product Expo of China in 1993. We have one pack of 20 tea bags for €10 and a second pack containing 2 boxes each containing a sealed foil package of 20 tea bags

How to use Fei Yan Tea

• Soak 1 tea bag in approx. 150ml of boiling water for 5 - 10 mins.

• Take 1 cup of tea in the morning and one cup of tea in the evening after meals. Mild diarrhoea may occur during the first week due to the detoxing process but this will soon disappear.

• Body weight is usually reduced by up to 2-6kg after taking the tea for one month.

• Best results are achieved by taking the tea daily for a period of 2-3 months. When desired weight has been achieved after 3 months, you can use the tea on alternative days for maintenance.

FeiYan Tea Ingredients

Oolong Tea, Chinese Green Tea, Lotus Leaves, Cansina seeds, Vegetable sponge.

• Chinese Green Tea is renowned for its health benefits and also for its positive effects on the metabolism and the burning of fat.

• Lotus Leaf assists the body’s vital organs which are related to the digestion process like liver, kidney and spleen. This leaf is used to enhance the ability of digestion ability.

Clinics are located in Galway City, Tuam, Dun Laoghaire and Longford. Ring 086-2159282 or see our website www.carecure.ie for further details.

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