Detox tea blend is designed to help with liver detox.
Ingredients: organic lemongrass, organic dandelion, organic peppermint, organic milk thistle, organic nettle
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Educational information of ingredients
Lemongrass has been used for detox, anemia, insomnia, pain relief, and immune boost.
Dandelion was used for disturbances in bile flow, inflammatory conditions of the urinary tract. It was also used for liver and gallbladder disorders, gout, rheumatic disorders, eczema, and other skin conditions.
Peppermint has a long history as a digestive aid and as a treatment for the symptoms of cough, colds, and fever. The German Commission E approved for spastic complaints of the gastrointestinal tract as well as for the gallbladder and bile ducts.
Milk thistle is extraordinarily used for the treatment of liver diseases such as alcoholic hepatitis, cirrhosis, liver poisoning, and viral hepatitis. It reduces inflammation and is an antioxidant. Traditionally, it has been used for dyspepsia, toxic liver, and hepatic cirrhosis. The German Commission E has approved milk thistle for dyspeptic, liver, and gallbladder complaints.
Nettle has been used for fighting oxidative stress, reducing pain and inflammation, relieving urinary tract infection, improving digestion, improving kidney health, and reducing allergic reactions. Nettle has a powerful detox effect due to its diuretic properties and its ability to flush out toxins from the body.
Brewing guide: 1 teaspoon per cup of boiling water for 5-10 minutes. 1-5 cups per day depending on the health condition.
Precautions: Pregnant women, women who wish to become pregnant, breastfeeding women, and people taking medication are advised to have medical professionals’ advice before drinking tea. Stop drinking tea if you experience negative side effects and seek medical advice.
Information on the traditional uses and properties of herbs are provided on this site is for educational use only, and is not intended as medical advice. If you have any serious health concerns, you should always check with your health care practitioner before self-administering herbs.