Slique Essence

Slique Essence offers support for body weight, but does it have a hidden toxic ingredient? Let’s cover the science of stevia, and clear up some fear mongering online.

This is the supplement that inspired the entire Slique line of products. This healthy weight management supplement combines citrus, mint, and spicy essential oils with stevia extract. So why not spice up your water or Slique tea with this unique combination of oils, or even try a few drops straight from the bottle?


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Instructor: Dr. Lindsey Elmore PHARMD, BCPS

What It’s For

Slique Essence is a sweet oil that encourages healthy weigh management, especially when used with the other four Slique products.

You can drink this supplement straight, add it to water, freeze it in ice cubes for gradual release, or even add it to your Slique Tea or NingXia Red shot every morning.

Ingredient Highlights

As far as ingredients go, Slique Essence is an essential oil blend sweetened with stevia. It contains citrus oils, such as grapefruit, tangerine, and lemon, spicy ocotea, which has a cinnamon-like flavor, and minty spearmint. Stevia is calorie-free, doesn’t feed bacteria in your mouth or candida in your gut, and is natural and plant-based. However, some people are under the impression that stevia is dangerous. Check out the video to learn why this is not a concern anymore.

Who Should Take Slique Essence

This is a great product for anyone looking to naturally and gently encourage healthy weight management.

Some evidence show stevia can lower blood sugars, so if you’re taking diabetes medicine, be sure to check your blood sugar regularly and make sure it is not bottoming out.

Companion Products

Check out these videos about Slique Bars, Slique Citraslim, Slique Shake, and of course, Slique Tea.

Don’t Have Slique Essence?

Slique Citraslim is another supplement in the Slique line that supports healthy weight management in the form of a few pills.

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