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Hi Whole30 family, 

I just spent waaay too much time trying to figure out if something was compliant, so I'm reaching out for help.  I have a ridiculous amount of Iaso tea (additional details) and before I toss it out or pause for this round of W30, I want to know if its complaint.  The tea claims to be all-natural but we all know that we need to trust yet verify.  

The ingredients: 

  • Dextrin (soluble dietary fiber)
  • Cassia Angustifolia extract
  • Carica Papaya Extract, and
  • Matricaria Chamomilla extract


Thank you in advance

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7 hours ago, whole_me said:

Hi and thank you for the quick response.  Do you mind reviewing the original tea's ingredients and give me your thoughts? https://totallifechanges.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/TLC_FYF_IasoTea_English_04262019.pdf

Technically, this one is compliant. 

It still contains a laxative, and a diuretic, so if you choose to drink this, drink lots of water to avoid dehydration. 

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On 9/3/2019 at 8:53 PM, SchrodingersCat said:

Ah, poop tea.  I think it's terrible that companies like this encourage people to lose weight through laxative abuse.

From a distance, they don’t seem to promote much of a healthy approach of living; just a cocktail of laxatives.  

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