Kuding Tea Review

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Kuding tea is a bitter tea that comes from China. The Kuding tea leaves are long and skinny, resembling a nail. Many websites discuss the tea’s ability to stop inflammation. Many tout its ability to treat colds and sinus infections as well as high blood pressure and to ease pain. It is also said that the tea can assist in weight loss results- although generally they mention the tea having, “slimming results” which could mean the tea simply reduces water weight rather than assists in actual weight loss.

Some blogs devoted to tea discussed the effect that different types of water have on the bitterness of the tea. One blog stated that brewing the tea with a certain type of bottled water made the bitterness lighter. There have been no scientific studies conducted to explore the validity of statements regarding this tea’s ability to assist in general health improvement and weight loss.

Ingredients

Kuding leaves.

Product Features

There is no official website for Kuding tea since it is not a product so much as a type of tea leaf. Many websites and blogs exist for and by tea aficionados and they have graciously posted their opinions on the tea’s flavor and health benefits.

Many of the testimonials written about the tea state that the individuals who drink it do so for the health benefits. Unfortunately, none of the testimonials actually reveal the drinker having experienced the health benefits. Most of the testimonials discuss the bitter taste of the tea. Apparently, some grow to enjoy the bitter taste and they state that after the initial bitter sip, you only taste the underlying sweetness. Many more discuss possibly scraping their tongues after the first sip in order to get rid of the bitter taste in their mouths.

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Advantages

  • Increasing your tea intake helps you stay hydrated.
  • Most teas contain anti-oxidants.

Disadvantages

  • Kuding tea is expensive compared to other teas.
  • Tea contains caffiene which some people can’t tolerate well.
  • Third party reviews say this tea is very bitter.

Conclusion

Teas of all kinds have made their way into the world of weight loss supplements. Teas contain caffeine which is a very mild thermogenic and stimulant and teas also contain numerous beneficial anti-oxidants. If you are a heavy soda drinker and eliminate that from your diet by replacing it with tea such as Kuding, you may lose some weight over time but just drinking a lot of tea without altering your diet won’t have much of an effect on your weight. While Kuding tea contains a very mild thermogenic, we recommend finding a weight loss supplement that utilizes a very powerful thermogenic so you can maximize your body’s fat burning abilities.

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12 User Reviews about Kuding Tea

  • 1
    selloane

    it helped me when i had flue, i now want to order it to use it more.i can rate it at 90%

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    chiniz stores

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    Greenfern

    I find that the kuding tea gives my mouth a very fresh feel. However, I also observed that drinking this tea continuously, that is, over a litre everyday causes cramps in the leg muscles especially while I am asleep.
    Once I discovered the cause of the night time cramps I stop drinking this tea for a month and have not had a leg cramp.
    I have now resumed drinking this tea and will try to keep this to one day a week.
    I will comment again in about one month’s time with my findings.

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  • 4
    'Mampoi

    I took Kuding tea for a month and felt some relief in post nasal drip, i got from a friend but would like to buy it from retailers where can I get it in the free state.

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    ifewulu

    can a person take kuding tea with amlodipine besilate a high blood pressure drug?

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  • 6
    carolyn

    Can you tell me where I can buy Kuding tea? Preferably, organic–but non-organic will do

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    kenny Smith

    I’m taking the Kuding Tea now , for my high blood pressure symptom . My reading is dropping . I didn’t know it had caffeine in it . I would like to find a kuding tea that’s caffeine free .

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    Bob Lutes

    I have used this tea for over a year now and I have been pleased with the ability to increase my kidney function as a result.
    My friend in Kumasi, Ghana sent me a list of four herbs that his herbalist father recommended for increasing the percentage of my kidneys.
    These are: Kuding Tea, Cordyceps, reichi mushrooms and ginseng.
    I am very happy with the results
    This can be purchased at many Chinese herbal shops. Also try to find it at a Chinese market. I have mine from a major Asian food importer, Anhing Corp. out of Los Angeles, CA 90031–I have dealt with this firm for more than thirty years and they can probably give u a local store that carries it.
    There are two good natural sweeteners that will cut the bitterness. These are the stevia plant (from Uruguay) and the blue agave. They are also very natural and safe!

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    bridget darden

    i was in nigeria last month .my sister gave me kuding tea and iliked it. wher or how do i get the tea?am in the us.

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    Abuchi

    kuding tea can be found in herbal shops mostly in Lagos. Tell any member of ur family to help u get it.

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  • 10
    John creo

    Do you have caffine free Kuding Tea?

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    Laura mcneill

    Do you have caffine kuding tea, and where can i purchase it?

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