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Teagime: A Custom Blended Teatox

Teagime review

Although I am an avid coffee drinker, I am partial to a few herbal teas. I usually go for green tea, chamomile tea or peppermint tea. Nothing too fancy. However, when Teagime asked me to review their teas I couldn't resist. The one thing that is different about this tea subscription service, is that it's personalised. 


How is it personalised?
You simply answer a few questions on their online questionnaire about your health goals, your health issues, your favourite flavours and even flavours you don't like. You also have to include wether you eat breakfast or not, your height and weight  and any allergies. I think these questions are so in-depth as they want to make your Teagime experience the best it can be, and they got my customisation spot on.

How do you use it?
As it's loose tea, you get given a tea diffuser. I've never used a tea diffuser before so I was pretty excited (sad I know). You just plonk the leaves in the diffuser, put it in your hot water and let it sit for 5 mins. Easy!

What was in your package?
I got 3 tea's, morning, afternoon and evening. My morning tea was called 'Strawberry fields forever' which included honey red tea, strawaberry and peppermint. The morning tea is to help increase metabolism, eliminate toxins and boosts energy. All this information is given on a leaflet with more detailed information about each tea. My afternoon tea was called 'cocoa cheer' which included cocoa shells and oriential beauty tea. It is supposed to help with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (which I suffer with) and burns fat. Finally, the evening tea was called 'the light fantastic' and included elferflower, fennel and chamomile. It really did help me feel less bloated and prepared me for a good nights sleep.

What's your final verdict?
Each tea tasted amazing. I liked every single flavour. The morning tea was refreshing and the evening tea helped me sleep. The afternoon tea did actually curb some lunch time cravings, however it did not make my fatigue reduced. The only negative thing I'd say was that I feel like it was a sweeping statement saying it helps chronic fatigue syndrome, as a sufferer like myself knows there are plenty of symptoms and a tea would not help all of those! Oh, and I personally think that for £29.99 for 14 days it is a bit pricey, but other than that I couldn't praise the service and teas better!



*Products were sent to me to review, but all opinions are my own

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