Dr Stuart's Detox Tea Reviews
Description:Type: Herbal Tea / Cleanse your body inside out. Caffeine Free.
Newest Review: ... Throat Relief or Tranquility. He also offers a range of herbal teas, green teas and fruit teas. So why choose Dr Stuart's ... more
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Dr Stuart's Detox Tea 15 tea bags
Detox tea is packed with the pure natural flavours of dandelion a ...
Last Update 13.03.2014 01:12
by - written on 16/02/11 (Very useful, 1785 readings)
I'm not much of a coffee or straight tea fan, but I do like something hot to drink in the morning, before bed and, well, at most hours of the day when I'm working! I'm a great believer in the health benefits, as well as the general well-being benefits, of herbal tea, so was intrigued when I saw a box of Dr Stuart Detox Tea in Holland & Barrett. As I've got finals coming up and I'm generally stressed and eating a bit badly at the moment, I like the idea of detoxing at least a bit and trying to improve my skin - so I bought them and got ready to give them a try. The fact that the ingredients sounded absolutely delicious was the clincher for me. If he's going ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/11/10 (Very useful, 1266 readings)
A couple of years ago, my wife and I decided we needed to explore some herbally healthy hot drinks - we felt we were automatically reaching for coffee or tea every time we wanted a drink, or were bored, or got a bit cold. There was a bit of caffeine overload going on, and ultimately, we felt there was too much. However, we didn't want to give up on having a hot drink, and aren't too keen on those acidic fruit teas that are in abundance, so we opted for Dr Stuart's range of herbal remedial teas. My wife chose 'his' Skin Tea, and I went for this Detox Tea, thinking that a few of these would serve to cleanse and purify my innards, mainly my liver and stomach. On ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/07/09 (Very useful, 1229 readings)
As a lover of quality green tea, chai and good ol' fashioned builder's tea, I am also an occasional dabbler in other herbal drinks. I cannot stomach fruit teas (they are highly acidic, and have more scent than flavour) but I am willing to give anything with liquorice in it a go. This is not really a tea for those who are unaccustomed to very mild flavoured drinks, as it does not have much flavour at all. Besides liquorice, it contains various detoxifying herbs such as sage, dandelion, burdock, peppermint and spearmint. The trick is to let it really stew in the hot water - give it at least five minutes, and don't remove the bag even as you drink it. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/10/08, updated on 13/10/08 (Very useful, 2120 readings)
Dr Stuart's - Extraordinarily good teas - or are they... For those of you who have read a few of my reviews, you'll realise that i'm the sort of person who seeks out food and drink which is said to be good for the body. Usually this is to done so I can feel better about myself after a week of eating junk food and general overindulgence. Unfortunately, quite a few of the food and drink products which are marketed as being beneficial to the body and mind can taste quite nasty. Therefore, when seeing 'Dr Stuart's Detox Tea' in my local 'Holland and Barratt', I decided to give it a go and hope for the best. The box is beautifully designed ... Read the complete review
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