Detox and Tea – Is It A Good Match?

May 5, 2014 by

detox and tea

Ok.  Detox is a huge buzzword but what does it really mean?  Can detox and tea go hand in hand?  If you want to start a detox what should you do?  Each of these is a great question that deserves an answer!  This article will teach you exactly how to incorporate detox and tea into an easy regimen for a 3 to 5 day process.  Test it out and tell me what you think!

-Dawnya

Detox and Tea – Is It A Good Match?

by Susan Strut

The question of using tea as a healthy part of your diet is a no brainer, everyone knows that tea contains numerous health promoting properties such as high levels of antioxidants and flavonoids.

You will see on the market that there are so many different types of skinny teas, body teas and diet teas so how do you choose the best one for you? Some of them taste horrible or want you to change your diet completely and some just cost a lot of money and do nothing better than your local supermarket brand tea.

Like most things in life simple is usually best and it is the same when it comes to detox tea. I don’t like the idea of having to go on a special diet or only consume this or that when it comes to my health. I want to be able to add something to my existing diet or replace something that I am already doing with a better option. When it comes to detox teas I believe that having a tea that is organic and uses the highest quality natural ingredients is best. You want the tea to taste great and be good for every organ in your body, from your heart to your skin and even eyes. The detox tea that I prefer contains all of these with a long list of healthy, detox promoting herbs. This detox blend from the tea hut is amazingly high in all the good things that your body needs to clean and repair itself. It contains nettle, spearmint leaves, burdock root, liquorice, lemongrass, fennel and calendula petals, and each ingredient is of the highest quality and also 100% organic, natural and hand blended for optimal taste.

Here are just some of the many benefits of each ingredient:

Organic Nettle: Super high in iron and a powerful blood purifier.

Organic Spearmint: To aid the release of bile and stomach juices and promote natural digestion.

Organic Liquorice: To protect & support the liver.

Organic Burdock root: Contains blood purifying properties.

Organic Calendula petals: Contains flavonoids that prevent infection and inflammation.

Organic Fennel: Used to treat digestive problems.

Organic Lemongrass: An aid in detoxifying liver, pancreas, kidney, bladder and digestive tract.

Another benefit of detox tea is that it is naturally caffeine free, this means that you can have it at any time of the day. When using detox tea I prefer to drink it in the evening so that your body can use the tea as a tool to help your body’s natural detox process while you sleep.

So if you feel like you need to detox and want to do it the simple and best way then how about adding or replacing your existing tea with this amazing organic herbal detox tea blend.

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5 Comments

  1. Mary Saunders

    Hello Dawnya, I am interested in the teas in the post it on your site. They are Organic Detox Tea, Organic Green Tea, Organic Ginger and Menopause teas. When trying to order I discovered they are shipped from Australia and not the US. Can you help me. Do you have these teas?

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