Tea for Your: Detox

Are you looking to detox- try these teas.

Has your diet been a little to loose lately? Have you had a little too much rich food, drank a few more beers, and party hardy on a few too many snacks? If so it may be time for a detox to get your system back in shape. While the best way to feel good is to maintain a healthy, balanced diet full of nutritious whole foods and plenty of water, sometimes a jumpstart can help. That’s where detox teas come in. We’ve rounded up  some of the best options available so that you can get right into it. Many contain a combination of herbs and spices that aim to improve your digestion and support your body with antioxidants. Most of all, they’re warming and taste good thanks to ingredients such as ginger, licorice, and green tea.

Detoxification is the process of removing harmful toxins from the body. It is a great way to achieve a higher level of health. Detoxes can last from a few days to a few weeks and can include drinking juices, cutting out sugar and flour, or eating a diet high in fiber. There are plenty of tea companies out there that have made tea blends specifically to help you in the process of detoxifying the body. Remember, not all detox diets are safe! Do your research before starting one. In the meantime, here are a few of our favorite teas to help you on your journey:

>>Gaia Herbs Cleanse and Detox Tea

Why? Gaia uses their tea to focus on healthy liver function, something needed for maintaining wellness. They use herbs such as burdock, artichoke, and rooibos together with essential oils such as lemon and peppermint to give it a great smell and taste. The teas support the liver to maintain the body’s cleansing process.  It has a delightful taste with Lemon and Peppermint essential oils. Learn more.

>> The Republic of Tea Get Glean

Why? The Get Clean No. 7 Herb Tea for Detoxing also helps stimulate the liver, which is a key organ to help cleanse your body of toxins. They too use rooibos in the herb mix, but also use the creamy milk thistle to help with inflammation of the liver. Herb Tea for Detoxing – Had too much of a good thing? Feeling out of balance, a bit heavy or puffy? Then it’s time to get clean. 

This gentle naturally caffeine-free herbal detox blend helps the body as it helps to stimulate the liver*, one of our natural cleansing mechanisms. Learn more.

>> Traditional Medicinal EveryDay Detox

Why? The EveryDay Detox focuses, once again, on your liver function and uses chicory root, dandelion root, and other herbs common in traditional Chinese medicine. Their tea also uses schisandra (which the Chinese call a five-flavor berry), giving the tea a complex flavor that is sweet, sour, bitter, pungent, and salty.

EveryDay Detox is a popular option. It is readily available, reliable, and made with quality, mostly organic ingredients. If you’re looking to cleanse your body of toxins, particularly your liver, the tea blends produced by Traditional Medicinals are some of the best tasting you’ll find. Learn more.

>> Yogi Detox

Why? Yogi not only promotes a healthy liver, but their DeTox also helps with kidney function. Yogi DeTox tea blends combine only the finest herbs and botanicals from around the globe to create delicious teas formulated to support healthy cleansing. Yogi DeTox teas feature traditional Ayurvedic ingredients such as Dandelion and Burdock Root, which have been used by herbalists for centuries to support healthy cleansing. From perfectly spiced DeTox tea to bright and fruity Soothing Rose Hibiscus Skin DeTox tea, Yogi DeTox teas are a delicious way to support healthy cleansing. Learn more.

Drinking tea warm is faster absorbed than if the beverage is consumed cold, but you can enjoy any of these detox teas over ice or steeped. Drink anywhere from 1 to 3 times per day. Drinking any of these teas will help you drink more water, stay hydrated, achieve clearer skin, have more energy and hopefully help shed a few pounds along the way!

Cheryl Meyers

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