Only Natural, Dieter's Cleansing Tea Lemon, 24 bags
UPC Code: 727413007228
- Herbal tea beverage
- California lemon flavor
- No caffeine
- Supports proper elimination of waste
- May support weight loss
Only Natural's Dieter's Cleansing Tea Lemon contains mild herbal lubricants that ensure proper elimination of waste and reduces excessive water and fat buildup in the body. Dieter's Cleansing Lemon herbal diet tea's lubricants may result in healthy weight loss and increased regularity. Diet teas may help suppress hunger and assist in waste elimination. Only Natural's Dieter's Tea tastes great, too.
Dieter's Tea is a tasty blend of six all-natural herbs. Our tea diet herbs include:
More natural flavors
One cup of Dieter's Tea daily may help reduce water retention and fat absorption, thus preventing them from contributing to weight gain. This herbal beverage comes in a delicious California lemon flavor and can be enjoyed hot or cold. This tea contains no caffeine.
Steep one tea bag for two to four minutes in hot water. Drink hot or cold, preferably after evening meal.
Senna, lemon peel, Uva Ursi, Alfalfa, Licorice Root, Natural Lemon Flavor.
About Only Natural
Only Natural, Inc. was established in 1986 and has enjoyed 28 years of success and growth. We specialize in selling unique vitamins and herbal supplements. Only Natural is committed to providing customers with the highest quality of supplements. We use only the finest raw materials available to produce safe and effective products. We stand by our reputation to produce safe and effective products, and guarantee customer satisfaction.
Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Keep out of reach of children. Please consult your health care provider if currently under care or treatment. Do not exceed recommended serving. See product packaging for additional safety information.
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