kylie jenner fit tea
photo: Revelist/Jessica Torres

After trying Kim Kardashian's favorite boob tape trick, I felt like there was no Kardashian trend that could scare me away. And I've always been curious about the FitTea that the Kylie and Khloe (as well as other celebs) promote on their Instagram so thus, an experiment was born. 

My initial questions: Will it taste good? Am I going to drop a jean size? Will I turn into Wonder Woman? I bought the tea and tried it out without much alteration to my regular eating habits. 

Spoiler alert: I regret everything. 

If I wanted the full Kylie Jenner experience, I knew I had to do it her way. First up: a seductive selfie.

kylie jenner fit tea
photo: Revelist/JessicaTorres

FitTea has one flavor that's offered in either a 14- or 28-day detox. I chose the 14-day pack for $25.

fit tea
photo: Revelist/JessicaTorres

Check out the ingredients below... Garcinia campogia, a tropical fruit, is touted as the weight-loss activator. Note the message at the bottom: "Not evaluated by the FDA"

Day 1: Because I'm not a regular tea drinker (or detoxer) I forgot about the whole health thing and added two Splenda. (#DetoxRuined) At first it tasted a little bit like horchata.

fit tea
photo: Revelist/BrittanyFowler

Day 2: Thirty minutes after having my tea, I began to feel nauseous; an hour later it had passed.

kylie jenner fit tea
photo: Revelist/BrittanyFowler

That same night I had stomach cramps and eventually threw up!

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Day 3: Once again, 30 minutes after drinking the tea, my nausea returned, this time with an accompanying headache. I shake my fist at you, Kylie!

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Day 4: Call me crazy, but the next day I gave it another try. I needed to find out if it was a stomach virus. I was wrong. Instantly my stomach was in pain again.

Kylie Jenner fit tea
photo: Revelist/JessicaTorres

At this point, my co-worker snatched the bag of tea away from me and called an end to this experiment.

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I'm not known for having an iron stomach, but I don't think an "all-natural" tea should have this kind of effect. Bottom line: I do not recommend this tea!

Thanks Kylie Jenner, but no thanks.