That tea can't do what it claims. Your body already does these things by itself; Well, those things that are possible.
Tea can't "dry phlegm" -- for starters, phlegm is a thing in your body that serves a very beneficial purpose. That's your snot, your spit, etc. It doesn't "aggravate cellulite." Tea can't "reduce waste" because tea is digested the same way anything else you eat or drink is. It doesn't act outside of the digestive system. Because of that, it can't affect your blood's quality at all. If you want to "improve blood quality" eat iron-rich foods.
And food doesn't stagnate in your body; that's the silliest thing I've ever heard, frankly. Your digestive system does a fantastic job of keeping you cleaned out. Your body isn't a toilet, and it can't be flushed. As a result, detoxing products are a waste of money and time. Not to mention, weight-loss teas are actually risky, because they're usually a bit laxative and can lead to dehydration.
Throw this stuff away, chalk it up to a lesson learned, and avoid anything this company sells in the future. It's a scam.
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