Pu’erh is one of those teas you either love or hate. This special category of tea has a very distinctive flavor and many proven benefits. Being a fermented tea, pu‘erh is most commonly used for weight management, regulating cholesterol and blood sugar. What is pu’erh tea and what does science say about its benefits?Pu-erh Tea Weight Loss #4: What does scientific studies say about pu-erh tea? Compared to green tea, relatively few scientific studies exist on the weight loss effects of pu-erh tea. But still, the signs are encouraging. Block Fat Formation.For the best results in weight loss, drink a cup of Pu-erh tea one hour after a meal, so it can help your body get rid of unwanted and leftover, hard-to-digest fats. Also, to experience the best weight loss results the tea should not be combined with other teas or food ingredients.Welcome to CHINA GRANDNESS TEA CO.,LTD on eBay store.is mainly engaged in high quality Chinese tea, tea wares and some unique Chinese natural herbal tea. We sincerely welcome all the friends and customers who are interested in our products and Chinese culture. Who open dipsute and leave a bad feedback, who we will put in banned black list, PLEASE NOTED !!!!Fermented Pu-erh Tea Yunnan Loose Leaf Ripe Puer Tea Weight Loss Pu Er Tea Yunnan Pu erh: Description: This kind of Puer Tea is from Yunnan, China, it is loose ripe Puer tea. The high-quality Yunnan Pu’er tea’s coloris brown or red brown, and the tea soup is red and bright, with a deep and smooth taste.Studies show that the Americans who use weight loss tea, while sticking to their normal diets, lose approximately 2.9 pounds in a span of two weeks. There are several types of tea that can be used for slimming down, for instance, green tea, black tea, and white tea among other slimming recipes.Yunnan Xiaguan Puer Raw Jinbang Series 8653 2015 CHI TSE BEENG CHA Pu-erh 357g. 2002 Cooked Cha Old Fossil Pu-erh Tea Nuggets Ancient Tree Yunnan Pu’er Tea Puer. Ripe Yunnan Puerh 2010 Original Puer Cooked Mini Tuo Cha Health Weight Loss Tea | eBayGenerally, Raw Pu-Erh contains more caffeine than Ripe Pu-Erh as the Ripe varieties are subjected to additional processing which diminishes the caffeine which is water soluble. (Note: We use the term “Chinese Black Tea” as it is commonly used in the West to describe what are actually known in China as Red Teas.