Bojenmi – Weight Loss Tea From China

 Bojenmi is a tea that is used for weight loss in China. It contains medicinal herbs that strengthen your digestive system and spleen, and reduce water retention. The formula includes several herbs, the main one being a tea leaf found in the Fujian Province. Bojenmi’s herbs are traditionally used to enhance digestion, resolve accumulations of mucus and moisture, eliminate food stagnation, and provide a slight laxative effect. The combination works with the four therapeutic actions relied upon in Chinese medicine to promote weight loss and reduce blood lipids. By enhancing digestive function, general digestion is improved. Good digestion results in good health and a long life. By enhancing the spleen, nutrient absorption is improved which results in better metabolism and energy. By reducing blood lipids, fat is removed from the blood which results in lower cholesterol. Excess mucus in our body results in excess water by removing the mucus the excess water is expelled.

The ingredients are:

Crataegus (Hawthorn Berry) – helps to digest food in the digestive system; removes blood lipids (fats); alleviates symptoms of abdominal distention (swollen belly), intestinal gurgling, eructation (belching), acid regurgitation, and intestinal cramping in people with sluggish bowel function.

Maiya (malt, germinated barley) – helps to digest food in the digestive system; alleviates symptoms of abdominal distention, intestinal gurgling, eructation, acid regurgitation, and intestinal cramping in people with sluggish bowel function.

Citrus (Tangerine Peel) – helps to digest food in the digestive system; removes excess fluid;

Tuckahoe (mushroom) – removes excess fluid;

Rhizoma Alismatis (water plantain rhizone) – removes blood lipids (fats); removes excess fluid;

Medicated Leaven (fermented wheat with artemisia herb) – helps to digest food in the digestive system; alleviates symptoms of abdominal distention, intestinal gurgling, eructation, acid regurgitation, and intestinal cramping in people with sluggish bowel function.

Pharbitis nil (morning glory seed) – provides a laxative effect;

Phaseolus calcaratus (red bean) – removes excess fluid;

Raphanus (radish seed) – helps to digest food in the digestive system; alleviates symptoms of abdominal distention, intestinal gurgling, eructation, acid regurgitation, and intestinal cramping in people with sluggish bowel function.

Selfheal spike (prunella)

Cassia tora (senna seed) – provides a laxative effect; removes blood lipids (fats);

Pogostemon cablin (patchouli herb) – helps to digest food in the digestive system; removes excess fluid;

White tea

How To Use

Bojenmi comes in loose tea form as well as individual serving bags. The recommended dosage for Bojenmi Tea is 3- 6 grams per serving; taken three times a day (8-18 grams of the tea leaves is taken in one day). Steep in boiled water for 3-4 minutes. The package directions state that no dietary changes need to be made and a person would still lose weight. For health reasons it’s best to make you dietary changes rather than rely on the tea.

Be On The Lookout

Use caution when purchasing Bojenmi from your local Asian store. There are some ‘counterfeit’ Bojenmi Tea’s on the market. The real Bojenmi will come from Egret River, have a halogen sticker somewhere on the can, and taken from the Fujian Province.

 

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4 Responses to “Bojenmi – Weight Loss Tea From China”
  1. BJ says:

    Hey Everybody,

    This blog is an amazing resource for improving health and fitness!

  2. channa says:

    there is one thing that i don,t understand!i remember reding on a internet site that taking bonjenmi tea together with Hawthorn Berry leaves,will give a better result!
    and now i,m reading here that bonjemi tea already get the Hawthorn leave??????
    so …..can somebody explain this to me please?
    and there is another thing i want to ask!what about the bojenmi tea and the period!because i remember first time i used the bojenmi tea,i got my period after 3 days,when it was,nt supose to!
    i,ll be glad if somebody can explain these 2 question to me.
    thanx…channa

  3. Joe says:

    I bought the can with the halogen logo on it, after I decided to go to the same store and for convenience I got the teabag style to drink it at work, my surprise is that I read the herbs that it contains and they are a little different that the one listed in the can, the list is as fallows:

    White tea, crataegus pinnatifida bge, prunella vulgaris, poria cocos wolff, phaseulus angularis, pogostemon cablin, fructus hordei germinatus, fermentata pharbitis nil, zhizoma alismatis, raphanus sativus.

    Some of the ingredients are in the 2, others are not sharing the common or scientific name and this box with 20 bags got exactly the same logo of the Egret River only (not halogen), also got a extra red triangle and in the interior says Nutri-V

    At the bottom said: Imported by: HG Holding Int’l Corp.

  4. Mrs B Graham says:

    Hi Alexandra
    At last i`ve found someone who agrees with me. Bonjenmi is wonderful.
    I always feel so upbeat and well on it!
    My stock is running very low now. Where can I purchase some more?
    By the way I`m in my late seventys and I credit this product for keeping me mentally fit and giving me energy. please tell me a supplier!
    Yours Sincerely Brenda Graham

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