Oprah Winfrey drinks it to manage her weight, and everyone who his boosting their metabolism with it call it the “oprah tea“.
What is it? It’s name is Wulong Oolong, and it has been used for hundreds of years in Chinese Medicine to help people lose weight safely.
Celebrities like Oprah Winfrey use Oolong tea to maintain a healthy, attractive weight, and Oprah adds a mix of cinnamon, allspice, cloves and lemon and orange slices to her tea to make it an extra special treat.
And she always drinks the tea from a beautiful cup. “I make it into a ritual,” she explains.
Oprah drinks the tea as part of in the evening to avoid snacking after her strict 7:30 p.m. eating cut-off time.
It’s most notable mention on the Oprah show was when Oprah interviewed Dr Perricone about the tea.
Dr Perricone stated that he would guarantee that you could lose 10 pounds in 6 weeks, simply by replacing coffee with tea!
So how much body fat would you like to lose?
How To Lose Weight With The Oprah Tea:
Mix one tablespoon of Wulong-Oolong with boiling water and leave to steep for 5 minutes.
Drink 3 times a day with meals. Do not add honey or sugar.
If you have a sweet tooth, add Stevia powder or cinnamon to sweeten.
Wulong-Oolong can be left to cool and iced, if you prefer iced tea.
Wulong-Oolong is also available in capsules, if you do not like the taste of tea.
Where To Find The Oprah Tea
Until recently, Wulong-Oolong was only available in a Hollywood health spa for members of its exclusive $1,675-a day weight loss program. If you were a guest, you would have to pay $15 for a small cup!
We’ve found the exact plantation the tea comes from. The tea comes from a very small plantation in the Wuyi Mountains of Fujian, China – the location of some of the finest and rarest teas in the world.
We’ve persuaded the exporter, Mr Ho Lin, whose family was connected with the small plantation, to make the tea availalbe for you online. Supplies are limited and we often run out of stock.
If you click the link for the Oprah Tea, and can see the order buttons, this means there is some stock. If the Oprah tea is out of stock, please put your name on the waiting list, and we’ll let you know when the next shipment arrives.Click Here For More About Wulong Tea