What’s In The Iaso Tea?

What’s In The Iaso Tea?


Iaso Tea – Gentle Detox Formula

The #1 detox tea and top-five direct iaso_teaselling product in the world

Iaso Tea is a unique, all-natural blend of herbs. This daily cleansing tea is designed to flush harmful toxins from the upper and lower intestines.

More about Iaso Tea

Our formula provides a unique blend of nine herbs: Holy Thistle, Persimmon Leaves, Papaya, Blessed Thistle, Malva Leaves, Marsh Mallow, Myrrh, Chamomile, and Ginger.

One pouch provides approximately one week’s supply of Iaso Tea.


Category: Health & Wellness

Why Iaso Tea is popular

Our blend is designed to produce herbal slimming effects within a few days of enjoying the beverage. Sustained use may improve physical energy and mental clarity as body toxins are flushed from the intestines.

Important ingredients:

Blessed Thistleglass of tea

Blessed Thistle is prepared as a tea and is commonly used to combat loss-of-appetite and indigestion. It has been used as a diuretic to increase urine output and is also believe to be useful in the treatment of colds, coughs, fevers, and bacterial infections.


Papaya leaf tea has historically been used in tropical regions to treat many ailments. Tea made from this plant may be of benefit in the healing of gastric ulcers and is believed to reduce hydrogen peroxide (a marker for oxidative damage).


Myrrh, in the scientific nomenclature, is referred to as Commiphora Myrrha and is native to Egypt. Its health benefits are often attributed to its properties as an antimicrobial, astringent, expectorant, and stimulant.


This supplement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent diseases.


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