The Lifework of Christine Marek

October 25, 2009

What Makes Calli Tea So Special?

Filed under: Sunrider — Tags: , , , — christine @ 3:21 am


 I was recently introduced to Sunrider and their Calli Tea by a client of mine in May 2009. Since then I have not looked at tea, especially this tea, without a sense of wonder.


Sunrider’s Calli contains many plants that offer a combination of beneficial nutritional components. Personally, I have discovered by drinking this tea that my body has felt a difference for the better. I never felt “good” after drinking any ice tea or hot black or early grey tea before. As usual I felt less thirsty and I felt the caffeine, but that’s it.


When I drink Calli Tea, besides feeling less thirsty I did feel energized without an edge. I feel cleansed and lighter. I see an improved difference in my bodily waste discharges either. And I know that’s way too much shared personal information, but its true. Every one of these signs and clues points to improved health. And when I drink Calli Tea I “do” see and feel an improved difference in my energy, water weight, and waste eliminations. I also feel, from those improved health conditions just listed, that I have more mental clarity. And the best part is that I’m not the only one. This tea is helping a lot of other people, too.


So what is IN this beneficial tea that helps so many and for so long, for more than 27 years strong?


I’ve learned that Sunrider’s Calli Tea, a distinctive delicious and delicate blend of natural herbal tea leaves and extracts, assists the body’s own purification and elimination process. This tea supports the removal of wastes and by-products from normal digestion and metabolism. Plus this tea assists in improved fat digestion. Sunrider’s Calli Tea also contains powerful and helpful antioxidants.


The actual contents are; Camellia extract (thus the name Calli), Lemon extract, Chrysanthemum Flower, Jasmine extract, and Lalang Grass Root.


My daily routine is to start the day enjoying Calli Tea which amounts to about 24 ounces, (2 of my coffee cups at home). I drink this instead of cups and cups of coffee with cream. When I feel the need to sweeten the tea I add Stevia with Sunrider’s Stevia product called Sunny Dew. If I want some variety in my tea’s flavor I have a choice of regular, cinnamon or mint Calli Teas.  


Always remember that the secret to a successful combination of herbs lies in the “synergy” that is created… the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. I enjoy the synergy of Sunrider’s Calli Tea and I hope that you also enjoy the feeling and benefit of them, too.


Christine Marek

Sunrider Fan and Independent Consultant

P. 480.491.9551

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