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Herbal tea liver: 4 Best Teas For Liver Detox & Repair Liver Functions

4 Best Teas For Liver Detox & Repair Liver Functions

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  1. Chamomile Tea

    1. Peppermint Tea

      1. Ginger and lemon tea

      2. Turmeric Herbal Tea

      We all have been dealing with the coronavirus pandemic for a long time now and there is no denying the fact how important it is to keep the liver healthy. A large number of people who were admitted in the hospitals with coronavirus infection were found to have deranged liver function. However, the damage is temporary but it is very crucial that the liver gets back to its original state as people recover from the disease without causing any permanent damage.

      On the other hand, a lot of people around the world are living with conditions that affect the liver like diabetes, heart issues, kidney disease, and cirrhosis. 

       

      And, if you have a considerable alcohol intake, high blood sugar levels, obesity, high blood pressure, or elevated cholesterol levels, it is very important to take one of the very first steps – go for a liver detox & repair liver functions. While you can cleanse the liver in many ways – medication, nutritional therapy, immunotherapy, lifestyle change, surgical resection, and even liver transplant. 

      But what if we tell you that you can have the best teas to cleanse the liver – a proven alternative natural therapy for improving and protecting your liver health. In fact, people especially in Europe and the US are shifting to herbal alternatives like tea for liver function.  

       

       

      So, really make yourself one of these liver cleansing brews and thank us later! All these concoctions will soothe delivery systems of those vital nutrients. Just make sure you drink it warm. Always! 

      The thing is your body itself is a detox champ. All you need to do is support your body with nutrients that help it perform the natural work of eliminating useless waste. And, it best occurs when we are asleep. This is when your body starts to rebuild and regenerate its tissues. So, every tea for liver function should be consumed before bedtime.  

      Have a cup of any one of these best teas for the liver. 

       

      This is one of the best teas to cleanse the liver and one of our favourites. Since chamomile has a nerving action on the body, it calms the body and helps us fall asleep. Hence, it is a perfect night time warm cup of healthy beverage with no caffeine. It contains sesquiterpene lactone content which helps the liver clear its detoxification pathways. And, finally the anti-inflammatory properties of the herb further allows the body to effectively deal with the smooth functioning of the detoxification process. You can try Vahdam Chamomile Green Tea with Mint which is one of our best bedtime detox green teas. 

       

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      Peppermint or mint tea is a useful herb that helps with the digestive process because of the large quantities of essential oil content like menthol and menthone. Liver is an important organ in the body that helps with the digestive and detoxification functions of the body. So, what happens is that mint overcomes food stagnation that is a common symptom of overeating leading to disturbed sleep. And, as we told you that sleep is important for any organ to function properly. Without pushing your body too hard, you can make healthy changes by simply integrating the best tea for liver detox. Our Organic Mint Tea which is a fine blend of – Spearmint Tea and Peppermint tea that works wonders after your meal.

       

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      For centuries, ginger and lemon combined has been the perfect recipe for weight loss. And, that is not it! Because of Vitamin C and antioxidants that are present in this herbal tea, it works well in eliminating toxins and improving body metabolism. Also, it helps reduce abdominal swelling. Try our Organic Ginger Lemon Green Tea which has medium caffeine levels and is best consumed in morning and afternoon. To make the perfect cup, boil 200 ml of water to 80-90 degrees Celsius and steep for two to three minutes. Drink it warm with honey. 

       

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      Now, Turmeric has always been and will always remain our star herb when it comes to any kind of detox or repairing liver cells. Its star active ingredient curcumin, helps the enzymes that flush out toxins and contains antioxidants that repair liver cells. To add more to its laurels, it also assists the liver in detoxing metals, while boosting bile production. If you, like millions of us, believe that Turmeric tea is beneficial for preventing liver damage; you need to definitely try our Turmeric Spiced Herbal Tea Tisane. It contains zero caffeine, which means you can have it anytime of the day. It is a tropical potpourri of turmeric and aromatic spices like cardamom, cloves, and black pepper that also benefits immunity. 

       

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      In conclusion, all these herbs have long been associated with improving liver health and are a popular choice worldwide for those with liver conditions, as well as those who want to support their liver health.

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      Dr.Tereško liver tea, 66g

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      Health teas for the LIVER contain plants that improve the functioning of liver cells. This is milk thistle, which helps to repair the membranes of liver cells; dandelion, which stimulates the formation of bile and enhances the work of all digestive organs; medicinal sweet clover, which promotes the renewal of liver cells. Common agrimony and snakehead contribute to the outflow of bile through the bile ducts …

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