Slimolina Tea - Weight Loss Herbal Tea, Slimming Tea

Slimolina Tea - Weight Loss Herbal Tea, Slimming Tea
Jan 2022

A very wise line by a writer that it's not about being slim or fat, it's actually about being fit and healthy. Yes, losing weight is hard, you have to go through a lot of diet plans, a lot of restrictions, you have to control your urges, everyday and might be in every moment you will find yourself saying that yes you can do it and in that way you keep pushing yourself until you get the results you want or on another side of coin, speaking honestly being overweight is also hard. The choice relies on the kind of "hard" you choose. One more thing that is to be added is that your body achieves only those things which are strongly believed by your mind and the best example of this is weight. If you think that you need to lose those extra kilos only then your body starts to respond. Ayurvedic classics explain four causes of being fat. These Causes are explained under Charaka vimana sthana chapter 5 verse 16. It states that: Avyayam (Non exercising) Divashayan (Sleeping at day time) Medo Vardhak aahar (Intake of Food articles that increase fat in body) Atyadhik madhpan (Excessive drinking) These causes clearly explain that "Your body achieves only those things which are strongly believed by your mind." Now moving forward, that is what we have to offer for this scenario. We know that you can choose the first type of "Hard" and can take initiative to lose weight. For your help we offer Slimolina Tea by Planet Ayurveda. Tea has very common ingredients but the impact of these ingredients can be really beneficial and surprising too. So let's look into the ingredients in detail.

Slimolina Tea Ingredients Garcinia (Garcinia cambogia) Lemon (Citrus medica) Varuna (Crataeva nurvala) Green Tea (Camelia sinensis) Black Cumin seeds (Centratherum anthelminticum) Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum graecum) Black Pepper (Piper nigrum) Long Pepper (Piper longum) Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) Ginger (Zingiber officinale)
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Ingredients Description 1. Garcinia (Garcinia cambogia) Garcinia is a fruit which is commonly found in Indonesia, India, Sri lanka, Malaysia and parts of africa. The other names for this fruit include red mango, malabar tamarind, pot tamarind, brindal berry, gambooge and kokum butter oil tree. The appearance of fruit resembles a multilobed pumpkin and is green, yellow or red in colour. The fruit is the size of a tomato but it can also grow to grapefruit size. Once it's sun dried and smoked, the blackened fruit is called kodampuli. It thus gives a very smoky flavour to curries. But even after the flavour it gives, the fruit is really good as an agent that speeds up weight loss, reduces appetite and also helps in boosting exercising endurance. 2. Lemon (Citrus medica) Lemon is a very basic thing which we come across everyday. Lemon is something which has a sharp taste but has a potency which is neither hot nor cold. The dosha on which it is having its effect on kapha and vata. The lemon has kapha pacification and pitta balancing properties. Lemons also have diuretic properties, help in body detoxification and hence are also effective in burning body fat. When mixed with effective herbs, the lemon acts as a magic in the potion and also boosts the metabolism to a great extent. 3. Varuna (Crataeva nurvala) Varun, which is known as azapa in sanskrit and garlic pear in english is a very effective herb and is having its great use in all kinds of renal disorders including renal stones. Varun attains its name from its effect on bodily fluids and urinary system. Varun has antiseptic and itholytic properties that are stone breaking properties. Varun is easy to digest due to its light guna and has a vata and kapha pacification property as well. It helps by reducing bulk from the body which is in the form of water and due to its kapha pacification property it melts down the kapha and in drava roopa kapha leaves the body with urine. Also it helps open the blocked microchannels and has appetising and digestive effects. 4. Green Tea (Camelia sinensis) Green tea, Which is the second most consumed hot beverage in the world and when this is combined with the potent ingredients which are mentioned above then this simple green tea can perform magic inside your body. This is the form of tea which acts as an antioxidant and is known to stimulate the nervous system as well. Green tea contains catechins. Due to the presence of these catechins, green tea is termed as a potent antioxidant. It helps in preventing cell damage by reducing the formation of free radicals in the body. When the body is free from antioxidants or free radicals then the metabolism boosts hence resulting in weight loss. 5. Black Cumin seeds (Centratherum anthelminticum) Black cumin seeds belong to bhringraj kula and its English name is purple Fleabane. Its seeds contain 18 % fixed oil. The properties of these cumin seeds include laghu that is light and teekshna that is sharp, due to which it is a source of kapha pacification. Due to its ushna or hot veerya (potency), it liquifies the accumulated kapha in the micro channels and helps in getting rid of low fat metabolism. This also improves cholesterol and triglyceride levels. The black cumin is also having its impact on lowering the high levels of blood pressure along with helping to maintain healthy levels of blood sugar. 6. Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum graecum) Fenugreek seeds are a source of soluble fibre that contains galactomannan which is an essential constituent that helps lower the rate of digestion and absorption of carbohydrates. We Indians use it frequently in our cooking and it's been a spice of Indian cuisine for a long time. Fenugreek is called methi in Hindi and is hot in potency and has a pungent taste which makes it a perfect vata and kapha shamak or vata or kapha pacifier agent. Due to these properties it works on blood sugar and also aids digestion. On digestion it is having a carminative and appetising effect. 7. Black Pepper (Piper nigrum) Pepper is called maricha in sanskrit. It belongs to the pippali kula and piperaceae family. Due to its ushna veerya it acts as a vata pacifier and due to its katu rasa, laghu and tikshna properties it is the best kapha pacifier but aggravates pitta dosha. As it has kapha pacification properties it is of great use in obesity and helps in losing weight. This also helps in stimulating liver functions and secretion of liver enzymes. That's why there is a very great saying about pepper that it is small in quantity but is of great virtue. 8. Long Pepper (Piper longum) Piper belongs to pippali kula and is known by various names like magadhi (from magadh) and krishna (black). It has inherent properties like laghu (light), tikshna (sharp) and snigdha (unctuous). The rasa (taste) of long pepper or pippali is katu (pungent) and its vipak (after digestion effect) is madhur. This herb in particular has a very good effect on the digestive system as it stimulates the digestive fire, is very helpful in enhancing rakta dhatu agni which means it also has its effects on the circulatory system. It helps maintain the healthy levels of kapha dosha, cutting excessive kapha dosha, thus opening the micro channels. Once srotas or micro-channel blockage is relieved, it helps in improving digestion as well. 9. Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) "Fennel is a spice of Wednesdays and the day of average, middle aged people"-- but we don't believe that fennel is a herb for Wednesday but it is a herb for every day. Fennel is a herb, a spice and unlike other vegetables it has more benefits and is tremendously delicious. Now after discussing the tremendous taste of the fennel let's discuss its properties and it is a very effective antioxidant as well and a good source of fibre. Fennel has a very peculiar mineral called selenium which is not found in any of the other vegetables and fruits. This mineral is quite efficient in enhancing the liver metabolism and hence has a very great impact in fat metabolism enhancement thus helping in weight loss. 10. Ginger (Zingiber officinale) "I am a ginger head". You might have heard this line from many people when they are describing themselves. It actually means that the person has a sharp view, strong mind and a really unpleasant way of talking but is soft at heart. Same is the case with ginger. It's sharp, strong and has a very not so acceptable taste. The ginger helps in ama pachan or removal of endotoxin from the body. Ginger is helpful in pacification of kapha dosha and also enhances the metabolic rate of the body thus helps in less accumulation of fat in the body. It also eases digestion. Now, as you all know, it is the blend of the best herbs that can really help you in losing those extra kilos. All you need to do is to set up your mind and your body will immediately respond To SLIMOLINA TEA.
How To Use One tea bag in 80-100ml of warm water. Let the ingredients infuse and your tea is ready. You can use it once or twice a day.