Spill the TEA: Our new PCOS spearmint tea blend!

Our new PCOS spearmint tea blend

#241: Did you know that drinking tea can help with so many of our PCOS symptoms? Yes, Cyster! This includes our facial hair, cystic acne, weight management, period regulation, and so much more!

In this episode, we’ll go over our top herbal teas for PCOS…including a brand new one that you for sure want to drink for your testosterone levels!

This episode is for you if:

– You’re tired of plucking chin hairs or brushing clumps of hair out of your head

– You’re ready to drink your PCOS symptoms away…in a healthy way

– You want to kick your coffee or soda habits, but still want a refreshing and tasty alternative

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