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Zhao Feiyan – A Fascinating History

She was an outstanding dancing beauty of low class birth. He was the powerful Emperor of China. The two met completely by chance, and thus began the rise and fall of the famous Empress Feiyan.

Zhao Feiyan was born during the Han Dynasty, c.32BC, as a daughter to servants, and considered unworthy of anything to do with the royal palace or its prestigious family. Born in Suzhou, Jiangsu province, China, even Feiyan’s own parents abandoned her at birth, but on seeing that she was still living after 3 days, took her back and raised her, along with her twin sister Zhao Hede.

Stories about Zhao Feiyan vary, so while in China, I interviewed a Chinese friend regarding Feiyan, to hear the history that is taught in schools in China. Interestingly, I learned a few new pieces of the story that I have been unable to find elsewhere on the internet.

The story goes that Emperor Cheng simply chanced upon Zhao Feiyan one day while she was dancing, and was instantly captivated both by her beautiful figure and the outstanding agility shown in her dancing. He at once desired
to bring her to his palace, but she did not wish to go. Hence, her equally beautiful (yet somewhat fuller-figured) twin sister Zhao Hede went in her place to the palace. Later on, the Emperor chanced upon Zhao Feiyan once again, and this time ensured she was brought to his royal home. He fell for the stunning beauty of both her, and her sister, but it was Feiyan’s remarkable dancing that made her stand out above her fellow concubines.  Thus she was made Empress of China.

Feiyan (literally meaning ‘Flying Swallow’) earned her name by her the graceful movement of her slender figure as she danced. Anyone who watched her were enchanted by the talented display of her svelte figure and its movements.

Both Feiyan, and her sister Hede were unable to bear children. This gave rise to the plotting and carrying out of unthinkable crimes within the palace walls. Any children born to concubines within the palace were quickly ‘taken care of, along with their mothers, by Feiyan and her sister, to ensure that no other rival would produce an heir to the Emperor’s throne. Although Feiyan, and even Emperor Cheng himself, were both believed to be involved in these killings, it was Feiyan’s sister, Hede who bore the brunt of the accusations and blame for these actions.

Emperor Cheng died suddenly, in 7BC, leaving Feiyan and her sister vulnerable and at the mercy of Grand Empress Dowager Wang, who wanted nothing more than to see their end. Zhao Hede, fearing the repercussions for the murders of many concubines and their sons, committed suicide around 6BC. Over time, Wang maneuvered things her way, and saw to it that Feiyan was stripped of all titles and privileges, eventually being completely demoted to ‘commoner’, when after Feiyan commit suicide.

The history of Zhao Feiyan is one full of intrigue. The rise and fall of this famous beauty all stemmed from the graceful movement of her slender figure while she danced exquisitely, and caught the eye of an Emperor. She is known mostly in the West by the tea named after her, Chinese Feiyan Slimming tea.

Feiyan Slimming Tea

Feiyan tea is quickly gaining popularity as an extremely effective weight loss tea. In fact, it is already the most popular slimming tea in the UK and Ireland. More and more satisfied customers are praising Feiyan tea for the rapid weight loss results they have experienced, as well as its ability to relieve constipation and bloating.

Fei yan tea comes from China, and is named after Empress Zhao Feiyan (c. 32BC), the Han Dynasty Queen famed for her slender and svelte body. Feiyan literally means ‘Flying swallow’, a name the agile Empress gained for herself due to her pleasing body shape and her beautiful dancing.

Feiyan Weight Loss Slimming Tea

A pleasant-tasting herbal tea, Chinese Feiyan tea has been claimed by many to improve metabolism, aid in shedding excess fat, and help with appetite control. It also has helped people who suffer from water retention and constipation. Due to the laxative properties of this tea, most people find that they experience initial diarrhea within the first week of intake.This effect should normally subside after one week. Hence, the initial recommended dose of Feiyan tea is only one bag per day, increasing to two bags per day afterwards. Steep one bag of Feiyan tea for 5-10 minutes, and enjoy!

Feiyan tea is not suitable for everyone, such as pregnant or nursing women. Always be smart and use discretion before starting any type of new diet or weight loss regime. The main ingredients are Green tea, lotus leaves, Casina seeds and vegetable sponge. Feiyan tea consists of a unique blend of green teas, which serve to detoxify your body. This tea is also believed, by some, to lower blood pressure.

Fei yan tea can generally help your body to feel better, as it flushes out the bowels and rids the body of excess water. Another plus is that Feiyan tea contains no caffeine, so it can be enjoyed in the evening as well as the morning.

Why not give Chinese Feiyan slimming tea a try, and see for yourself why people in the UK, and others, are loving the results of this most effective weight loss drink!