What You Should Know
Cho Yung Tea is a weight loss tea that claims to help the dieter lose weight and burn fat. The tea contains healthy antioxidants. The official website for Cho Yung Tea lists prices in pounds as opposed to dollars, so we assume the company is not located in the United States. The official website lists the ingredients in Cho Yung Tea and offers a FAQs section that answers common questions asked by consumers and dieters. Before and after photos and testimonials are published online.
List of Ingredients
Oolong Tea, Lotus Leaf, Hawthorn, Alisma Rhizome, Cassia Seed, Jiaogulan and Poria.
As is the case with many weight loss teas, Cho Yung Tea contains natural laxatives and diuretics. Using laxatives for weight loss is a bad idea. The body grows accustomed to loose bowel movements making it hard for the bowel to naturally move waste when the dieter stops taking the supplement, or in this case, drinking the tea.
Oolong tea is a form of green tea that is oxidized for a shorter time. Oolong tea supplies EGCG, proven to increase metabolism in the correct amounts. We have no idea how much Oolong Tea or EGCG is in Cho Yung Tea.
Lotus Leaf is listed as a metabolism booster. This ingredient is also used to treat muscle spasms in alternative medicine. Hawthorn helps ease digestion and support a healthy body, according to the ingredient description. It may also reduce blood pressure. Dieters taking blood pressure medication should consult their physician before drinking Cho Yung Tea.
Alisma Rhizome is listed as a detox ingredient – specifically detoxing the kidney and bladder. This means the ingredient has diuretic effects and causes increased urination and potentially dehydration. Cassia seed is a natural laxative. Cho Yung Tea lists the ingredient as being used to treat constipation.
Jiaogulan helps regulate the body – another laxative. Poria is another herb used to detox the body.
The cost of Cho Yung Tea is $130 US dollars for a one-month supply. This price is far higher than any other detox or weight loss tea sold on the market. Dieters should stay away from Cho Yung Tea simply because they overprice a laxative tea.
- Ingredients are listed on the official website.
- Oolong tea may have metabolism boosting effects.
- Laxative ingredients increase bowel movements.
- Diuretic ingredients increase urination.
- May cause dehydration and potassium loss.
- May cause electrolyte imbalance.
- Priced too high for a laxative or weight loss tea.
- Has no effect on appetite.
Cho Yung Tea is a laxative tea promoting unhealthy weight loss. The price of the tea is far too expensive for the product ingredients. Dieters should skip this product.