7 Ways To TeaTox Your System
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7 Ways To TeaTox Your System

7 Ways To TeaTox Your System

Now that the festivities are over, keep your guilt at bay by indulging in a detox. One of the easiest ways for a daily detox is opting for detox tea, which can help eliminate the toxins and cleanse the system and hence revive the sluggish post-festive mood.

Here’s listing 7 detox tea worth giving a try –

1. Ginger Tea –

Ginger has been used throughout history for both culinary and medicinal purpose. It helps in the detoxifying process and has a calm and soothing effect on the body. Ginger roots have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory properties relieve congestion, symptoms of cold and flu, is good for digestion and is used to treat nausea and also helps to cleanse the body by stimulating digestion, improves blood circulation, and provides heat thus allowing to sweat out toxins.
A cup of ginger tea coupled with a dash of lemon would definitely help in for a great detox.

2. Cilantro Tea

This herb helps detox the body by working on the digestive system and eliminating toxins through the urinary tract and the colon

Cilantro has antioxidant and antibiotics properties and is a potent detoxifying herb, which helps boost immunity and keep infections at bay. Cilantro is also well known for eliminating heavy metals from the body through the process of chelation (Binds to heavy metals and is flushed from the body).

Try some cilantro tea to get the extra dose of energy every morning.

3. Dandelion Tea

Dandelion tea is a multi-beneficiary tea and is a potent detoxifier.
It helps in liver detoxification by preventing fatty build-up in the liver, helps improve gallbladder function, cleanses the intestinal tract, helps eliminate carcinogenic cells, acts as a diuretic hence flushing out toxins through the urine and is a potent blood cleanser.

Go grab yourself a cup of Dandelion tea to reap its multi-benefits.

4. Tulsi Tea –

The humble tulsi is widely known for its multiple health-promoting properties for body, mind, and soul which have been backed up by research. To name a few it has anti-microbial properties, is rich in anti-oxidants, is loaded with anti-bacterial, antifungal and anti-inflammatory prevents deposition of cholesterol and improves blood circulation and purification, reduces the risk of atherosclerosis, helps in maintaining the normal levels of cortisol hormone in the body and thus decreases stress, promotes dental and oral health, relieves Headaches, accelerates fat burning process, provides a healthy and natural way to lose weight, improves digestion., Dissolve kidney stones, reduces the risk of diabetes and the list goes on…
Need we say more? Indulge in a cup of tulsi tea right away and attain great health.

5. Chamomile tea –

Chamomile belongs to the daisy family and the tea is an herbal infusion made from its flowers in water There are two main types of chamomile that are used – German chamomile and Roman chamomile. German Chamomile has been used for the treatment of inflammation associated with hemorrhoids when topically applied. Chamomile acts as a digestive relaxant and a potent detoxifier and the other uses include for treating hay fever, inflammation, muscle spasms, insomnia, gastrointestinal disorders, Menstrual Cramps, Soothes Ulcer, Boosts Immunity, regularizes blood sugar levels, treats headaches.

A cup of chamomile tea will work wonders for your health.

6. Rosemary Tea –

Rosemary is a woody herb with needle-like leaves and white, pink, purple, or blue flowers with a mild fragrant traditionally used in the Mediterranean region for the medicinal and culinary purpose. The herb has been used in herbal tea infusions for detox and has many health benefits like to ease muscle pain and spasm, improves blood circulation supports and protects the nervous systems, supports the digestive system, improves memory, treats eczema and stimulates hair growth.

Go ahead and indulge in a cup of rosemary tea for health benefits.

7. Hibiscus Tea –

Hibiscus tea is herbal detox tea made with an infusion of hibiscus flower and can be consumed both hot and cold teas. It has antioxidant benefits and is loaded vitamin C and minerals and was traditionally used for medicinal purposes in North Africa – Sudan and Egypt.
The health benefits of hibiscus tea include relief from high blood pressure, decreases anxiety, lowers cholesterol, supports digestive health, boosts immunity, reduces the risk of cancer and helps boost the metabolism which helps in weight loss to some extent.

Try all the above herbal detox teas by itself or you can also combine any of the above tea to reap better benefits and get rid of the toxins from your body right away…

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