Shocked and angry Health Writer Ray Collins Reveals....

"The Invisible Poison In your Cup of Tea!"


Discover how a harmful waste product ended up in your daily cup of tea...

...Why it could cause problems with your bones, stomach and skin....

...Why your risk depends on what KIND of tea you drink.

..And how this health threat can be avoided...

Read on to find out more!

Furious Writer and Natural Health Campaigner Ray Collins Asks:

Dear Tea Drinker,

Before I begin, let me say this...

What I'm about to tell you is NOT alarmist, nor is it idle speculation. This is based on the latest scientific evidence, and even a statement from the NHS itself.

But rest assured, you're in no immediate danger. You won't have to spit out your tea and rush to the hospital.

However you might spit out your tea in shock that you've not been TOLD this information so you can make a grown-up CHOICE about your exposure to risk.

Because as you'll see there is a simple solution to all of this. It's all about what TYPE of tea you drink. Once you read this short report, you'll know exactly what to avoid if you don't want a big dose of toxins in every cuppa.

This is no exaggeration. What's in your tea is a toxin.

Imagine drinking the waste from fertiliser production...

...This is what's happening, maybe right now as you read this!

You will have heard of fluoride. It's the stuff that goes in toothpaste and the water supply, supposedly protecting us from tooth decay. But it's also in our tea.

What you might not know is that the type of fluoride which is added is a "highly toxic substance" known as hydrofluorosilic acid or silicofluoride.

Both are unwanted waste products from the fertiliser and glass industries, chucked into our water supply. It's sold to the public (who have no CHOICE, by the way) as 'healthy... something we all need to protect our teeth'. But as you'll see, there's weak evidence for it.

Instead, there's a lot of new evidence that we need to avoid fluoride. And that drinking large mugs of the stuff every day is probably a very bad idea.

Let me explain...

Stomach pain, skin rashes, bone disease and BAD teeth - the hidden legacy of fluoride

Hydrofluorosilic acid is officially listed as a Part II poison under the Poisons Act 1972.

It's more toxic than lead and is sometimes used to kill rats. When we consume too much the effect is catastrophic. Millions of people in China and India suffer crippling bone diseases from too much fluoride in their water supply. Some studies show that children who live in high fluoride areas have lower IQ scores than those in low fluoride areas.

There's even a poison warning on all fluoride toothpastes sold in the U.S.

Risks from eating fluoride toothpaste include tooth discoloration (known as dental fluorosis), stomach pain, skin rashes and problems with your ability to metabolise glucose.

In 2010 the Scientific Committee on Health and Environmental Risks (SCHER) took their health worries about fluoride to the attention of the European Commission.

After 5 years, the Commission finally responded, brushing off the scientific evidence. But it DID say this:

"There are specific aspects like the protection of vulnerable groups, such as children, that may be exposed to higher levels of fluorides if no appropriate risk management is in place".

Uh....did they say "risk management"?

I don't know about you, but this sounds pretty much like an admission that there's harm in fluoride and that we'd better not swallow too much.

Trouble is, that's not as easy as it sounds. The amount of fluoride permitted in water is based on studies carried out in the 1940s, when there were few other places where you'd get fluoride.

Now it's food, drinks, toothpaste, mouthwash and other oral hygiene products2.

If it's already in water, toothpaste, and some foods, then it seems ridiculously unnecessary - even reckless - to have it packed into your tea bags too.

But that's exactly the case.

There's a whole load of fluoride in tea. And the problems this could cause to your future health depend entirely on what kind of tea you're drinking, and how often.

A new study that could ruin your next cup of tea

If you'd picked up the Daily Telegraph on the 24th July 2013, you'd have seen this headline:

Cheap tea 'raises risk of bone and teeth problems'

The article revealed that in a study by the University of Derby, cheap tea contained "enough fluoride to put people drinking at least four cups a day over their daily recommended limit, increasing the risk of such illnesses."

Using something called "Selective Electrode (ISE) analysis" researchers looked at the fluoride levels of someone drinking the average daily intake of tea (four cups or one litre).

They found that economy blends of tea (the Asda Smartprice, Tesco Value, Morrisons Value and Sainsbury's Basics range) contained 75%-120% of the recommended daily intake.

The more expensive brands (PG Tips, Twinning's and Typhoo) had half as much.

So how does it get into your tea in the first place? It's because the tea plant, Camellia sinensis, is known as a fluoride accumulator.

Laura Chan, who carried out the study says:

"When tea is harvested, these older leaves may be used to produce lower quality, stronger teas such as economy teas, whereas the bud and newer top leaves are used in the manufacture of higher grade and speciality tea products."

The upshot is, you're getting a big dose of fluoride when you drink tea - even in your premium brand.

And remember, tea is just one fluoride source of many other which are impossible to calculate. This stuff is invisible. It's in water (even some bottled) toothpaste, foods and oral hygiene products.

So the question is, if you're not sure how much fluoride you're consuming...

...Why take this risk at all?

Look at it this way. If someone said there was lead in your tea, but that it was probably 'safe' as long as you didn't go overboard, would you really enjoy that cup of tea? You'd probably not touch the stuff.

So if there was a healthier alternative, wouldn't you take it?

Revealed, the tea that reduces your fluoride intake

My name is Ray Collins. I'm a writer and campaigner for natural alternatives to many of the artificial, additive-laden processed foods and medicines we're pushed today by big corporations.

For the past eight years I've offered advice to over 50,000 readers of my advice service The Good Life Letter. I'm the author of four books, including The Lemon Book, The Honey, Garlic and Vinegar Miracle, The Spice Healer and Season to Taste.

I'm passionate about enjoying the good things in life - without exposing yourself to unnecessary health problems.

In the case of tea, there's something amazing I'd like to show you today. It tastes BETTER than your regular cuppa. It has all the energy boosting properties of your regular cuppa and more. But it is packed with more antioxidants, more flavanoids and - most importantly, it has a lot less fluoride than the average premium brand tea, never mind the cheap versions.

It's called Kosabei green tea. It's sourced from mountains of Kenya and is recognised as one of best tasting teas you can get.

And not only doesn't it have the fluorides associated with some other teas, is has double most of the polythermals found in the best Japanese Matcha teas and as it is grown above the 'bug line' (over 5,500 feet) there are no pesticides used, making it one of the freshest and organically friendly teas you can have.

Today you're invited to try it out at home and see what you think. Make yourself a daily cup (or more) for two weeks and if you're not 100% satisfied, then you can send back the remains of the pack for a FULL refund of your original order.

I can't really ask you not to open the packet, or taste the tea before you decide, so please feel free to use the tea for two weeks before making your decision, and if you don't think the tea tastes better than what you are currently drinking (or for any other reason) just return the unused part and I'll refund your order in full.


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I don't know about you, but I love tea and couldn't do without my cuppa. But I hate to think I'm exposing myself to unnecessary health problems, no matter how great or small the risk. One of the biggest problems with too much fluoride in your tea is the potential for bone problems.

In recent years, there have been reports from the United States about skeletal fluorosis in heavy tea drinkers. The author of several of these reports, Dr. Michael Whyte, says that "many" tea drinkers are consuming fluoride doses that put them at risk.

He cites cases where women who thought they had arthritis or fibromyalgia actually had skeletal fluorosis. One woman suffered for 18 years before she realised.

Whyte says: "It is certain that some heavy-tea drinkers suffering from fluorosis from tea-drinking might not be diagnosed."

So this is just one more compelling reason to switch to Kosabei, a tea packed with nutrients that cuts out the fluoride you get in the average tea.

To try it out, simply order a box today! Click here and we will send it to you in the post. Brew up and see what you think.

A "taste great or pay nothing" guarantee

As well as being better for your health, this is a great tasting tea, as I'm sure you'll agree. I've spent a long time searching for a tea that both tastes good and has very low fluoride content. But I want you to be sure that you will also enjoy the tea, so please feel free to try it your-self before deciding to keep it or not.

And here's one more great reason to try this today...

Claim 20% off the retail price

For a limited time only, the importers of Kosabei Green Tea are offering an introductory discount of 20%.

So if you're going to shed the fluoride and enjoy a worry-free cuppa every day, this is your best opportunity.


Ray Collins
The Good Life Letter

P.S. I should also say that the Kosabei Plantation is part of the Tinderet estate and certified by Fair Trade and the Ethical Tea Partnership