A Powerful Detoxifying Blend That Will Rid Your Body Of Toxins & Help You Shed That Extra Weight.
This tea is a blend of natural ingredients based on Ancient Ayurvedic & Chinese Medicine practices to detoxify and purify the body. It contains a balanced mix of roots, leaves and green tea to give your body the most significant benefit. Perfect first thing in the morning this blend will leave you feeling refreshed and ready to take on the day. If you want to change it up why not try a fresh squeeze of lemon or lime to give you added boost of vitamins.
A strong flavoured tea that utilises traditional Chinese medicine theory. Used for hundreds of years by the Chinese - Dandelion and Liquorice Root help clean the blood and remove toxins. Aided by Lemongrass and Sencha Green Tea known for their antioxidants and their ability to flush the body. Subtle hints of citrus from Orange Peel bind this powerful tea together.
What are the Benefits of drinking Detoxify Tea Blend?
This tea blend is perfect when drank first thing in the morning or after your first meal
Sencha Green Tea (Camellia sinensis)
Originally from Japan, Sencha Green Tea is created using a unique method of processing the top tea leaves. The way in which they are processed ensures a unique flavour profile that is slightly bitter with a sweet finish. This tea also has a unique set of health benefits as well as the usual green tea benefits. These include boosting your metabolism, reducing cholesterol, strengthen your immune system and more. As with all teas Sencha contains caffeine at the same levels of a standard green tea, however, with its unique taste it makes a great change from your standard cup of tea.
Orange Peel (Citrus x sinensis)
The humble orange is full of vitamins, but did you know the rind also holds a lot of beneficial nutrients and health benefits? When prepared properly it can release an array of different health benefits from boosting your metabolism to strengthening your heart. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, Orange Peel (Chen Pi) was also used to help loosen stools, treat bloating, nausea and other digestive issues.
This herb is a powerful antioxidant, antimicrobial and also anti-inflammatory plant. Lemongrass through history has been used to ease stomach complaints and help promote healthy digestion. In Ancient Chinese Medicine, they used lemongrass to help relieve women's PMS pain, including cramps, bloating and hot flushes. In more modern applications lemongrass is utilized for weight loss due to its powerful diuretic and metabolism boosting properties.
Dandelion Root (Taraxacum officinale)
Dandelion root in Ancient Aryuvedic Medicine was used to promote liver health and also flush the kidneys. The Ancient Chinese used dandelion root to help ease digestive complaints and also assist in relieving constipation. Dandelion root is mostly used as a detoxing herb especially for the liver, kidneys and digestive system. There has also been reported use to help balance your blood sugar and reduce fatigue.
Liquorice Root (Glycyrrhiza glabra)
This root is used predominantly for stomach issues due to its glycyrrhizic acid content. This has been shown to help soothe your stomach and even assist in the repair of the stomach lining. This has been used for centuries by the Ancient Chinese for respiratory problems by helping produce healthy mucus and phlegm. Brewing tea that contains liquorice root has also been found to reduce digestive spasms which is a common digestive complaint that can be associated with IBS.
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Ingredients: Organic Lemongrass*, Organic Dandelion Root*, Organic Liquorice Root*, Organic Sencha Green Tea*, Organic Orange Peel*
*Certified Organic Ingredient
Made from local and imported ingredients handcrafted, blended & packed in Australia.
This product is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. 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 healthcare practitioner before self-administering herbs.
Suggested Brewing Instructions:
Boiled Water 230ml
1 teaspoon or 2g of loose leaf tea
Allow to steep for 3-6 minutes depending on desired strength.