How Skinny Mini Tea Helps You Lose Weight for Summer
If you’re looking to lose weight for summer…a google search for solutions might come up with some weird things. Unhealthy things. Downright disgusting things! Water pills, miracle shakes, tapeworm pills (EW!).
We can do better than that–and at Root 2 Route Botanicals your journey to lose weight for summer will be easy, healthy, and aligned with exactly what your body needs. One where you can use the quiet strength of natural herbs and nutrition.
We’ll also never shame you for the weight you’re at. Here, we’re all about loving your body and loving how the earth’s plants can help you both reach your goals and maintain the gift your body is. We encourage you to reach those goals, of course, but without all that guilt. Instead, do it because you love your body–not because you’re following society’s BS “summer body” ideals.
Botanical medicine is magical. Not just because it works with your body in a truly healthy way…but also because it’s so darn easy to use! Just think about your goal to lose weight for summer, and how easy it would be if a simple morning tea, clean water and a healthy diet is what got you there.
That’s why I want to introduce you to the Skinny Mini Tea. This little dose of Christmas flavors works year-round to help you drop pounds.
How a Simple Tea Can Help You Lose Weight for Summer
The Skinny Mini Tea is delightful not just in taste, but in herbal power too. Here’s each ingredient, along with exactly what it does to help you during your weight loss journey.
Oolong tea: A delicious and traditional Chinese tea, produced from fresh tea leaves that have not undergone oxidation
Ginger: A warm vascular stimulant and body cleansing herb
Apple: Well known to possess many nutrients and antioxidants your body needs
Senna: Cathartic and, when combined with ginger, it can tighten and tone the digestive system, and clean the elimination system. (P.S. Senna is best in small doses. Large amounts, like in other weight loss products, can cause cramping and diarrhea. This blend has a small amount for optimum results.)
Green tea: Delicious and traditional like oolong, and also helps increase dopamine in the brain
Yerba Mate: My personal love! It fights free radicals, delays lactic acid build up in strenuous activity (like after exercising!), cleans the blood, and suppress appetite
Dandelion Root: This amazing root helps open liver channels and clear debris from the body
Orange: It’s well known as being refreshing…and fighting a lot of diseases!
Cinnamon: Antifungal, antibacterial, and amazing in flavor!
Safflower: A fun favorite when it comes to improving digestion and colon function, along with cleaning the blood.
That’s a pretty darn amazing collection of plants, huh? Pick up some Skinny Mini Tea here and try this magic for yourself.
Looking for More Ways This Plant Power Can Benefit You?
Some of these incredible ingredients, like yerba mate, dandelion root, and apples are also in several other amazing products from our shop. Like this great Herbal Detox Tea or this Gotta Go Laxative Formula.
Yerba Mate is extra special, as it helps with:
- Fighting aging
- Stimulating the mind
- Treating headaches and migraines
- Enhancing the production of cortisone
- Toning the nervous system
- Treating neuralgia and rheumatic pain
- Boosting the immune system
- Soothing allergies
- Relieving constipation and IBS
- Enhancing the healing powers of other herbs
To get the greatest amount of nutrients, check out this Facebook video of me explaining how to use a Bombilla straw! Buy your own right here, too.
Botanical medicine is an incredible resource, and you know you can trust Root 2 Route’s products. They are all organic or wildcrafted ingredients, carefully crafted with love and years of trained herbal knowledge. So, when you’re ready to lose weight for summer–this is your place to find the perfect remedy, starting with the Skinny Mini Tea.
Disclaimer: For educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. (Because why would we want to do that!)