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Herbal teas that detox
Prevalence of impurities in the environment, modern diet and lifestyle has made it necessary for us to give prime importance to the concept of detoxification.
Detoxification was not so pertinent for our ancestors. Because even though they were exposed to natural toxins, they had a systematic procedure of regular detox treatment. The treatment was in the form of periodic fasting and herbal detox. And these were enough to take care of their detoxification needs since their body did not have to fight extreme levels of toxins and pollutants.
Instead of going back to our roots, with every new challenge that we faced, we have increased our dependence on drugs and medicines. Rampant use of recreational and banned drugs is a serious threat to normal functioning of the body detox system. The levels of our exposure to toxins has increased to such an extent that the natural detoxification system of the body is unable to cope with the pressure and more often than not, it buckles under pressure.
Most of the toxicity in the body is due to synthetic substances. It is better therefore, to take recourse to a natural detox program that uses natural detox remedies that are based on age old proven formulas.
Herbal teas have been used as part of many herbal detox programs because of their healing properties. They obviously also have the benefit of being great tasting too.
The list of herbs used in herbal teas is endless. Different permutations and combinations of curative herbs provide a variety of herbal teas that help in speeding up the detoxification process.
Cardamom seed, black peppercorn, cinnamon bark, clove bud and ginger root is added to green tea to make specific concoctions for individual conditions in India. These herbs are excellent for colon and blood cleansing.
Honeysuckle, cimicifuga, green tea and jasmine flower are the specific herbs added in traditional Chinese tea for natural detoxification of the body.
Herbal teas with constituents like milk thistle, sarsparilla root, dandelion root, Echinacea and red clover stimulate the liver to improve its toxin-removing functionality.
Other herbs used to make herbal teas include:
* Dandelion root
* Burdock root
* Fenne seed
* Juniper berry
* Licorice root
* Orange peel
* Pau d' Arco inner bark
* Sassafras root
* Uva Ursi leaf
* Horsetail herb
* Dandelion leaf
* Parsley leaf
In the past few years herbal tea has gained immense popularity as a detox product in the western world. There is an old saying in the east that, excess of everything is bad. Even though the use of herbal teas is highly recommended, care should be taken to avoid excessive use. It is pertinent that these herbs be used under the guidance of a trained person. This is because some herbs should not be used by pregnant or nursing women, people who have gallstones, breast, uterine cancer or an autoimmune disease.
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