MyAmazingDetox Loose Leaf Tea Blend

4 oz loose leaf tea (over a month supply at daily use).
Great for gentle bowel cleansing.
When I sealed the bags in my workroom, I had the heat on the highest setting, so this first batch I made the tops are sealed and wrinkled a bit. You will see. I am learning.

Also, the way I LOVE this is to use it as regular tea, and add stevia and raw milk. It tastes a bit like a chai tea. The ginger really gives it yummy spice flavor.

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MyAmazingDetox Loose Leaf Tea Blend

This loose leaf tea blend is great for digestive issues and helping support regularity in bowel movements. It contains many nutrients the body needs for daily function and herbs for supporting your colon. This is great for the whole family, including kids, too!

Here are the ingredients in this amazing formula:

Chamomile Flowers: is specific for use in all kinds of gastrointestinal disturbances associated with nervous irritability in the treatment of IBS and colitis. It’s safe to use in children and it’s powerful anti-inflammatory actions make it useful in almost any condition. Topically is is wound healing and a mild anesthetic useful for rheumatic & muscular pains and neuralgia.

Holy Thistle: Holy Thistle is used for loss of appetite and indigestion; and to treat colds, cough, fever, bacterial infections, and diarrhea. It is also used as a diuretic for increasing urine output, and for promoting the flow of breast milk in new mothers. Also believed to have great power in the purification and circulation of the blood. It can help with headaches, as well as stomach and digestive problems, constipation and liver issues.

Ginger Root: A spicy, warming, aromatic spice famous for relieving nausea & indigestion, warming the body, and promoting appetite. In this way ginger is a potential remedy for motion sickness, flatulence, and chemotherapy-induced nausea.

As an anti-inflammatory circulatory tonic, ginger may provide relief from rheumatoid arthritis, joint or muscle pain, & bad circulation or cramps – taken internally or applied as a poultice.

As a diaphoretic, ginger can bring on a good sweat to help progress a fever, with its antimicrobial powers helping to fight off an invading cold or flu. The relaxing effect of ginger on the abdominal area can also relieve cold menstrual cramps and promote menstruation.

Malva Leaf: Malva leaves are traditionally used for issues of the digestive system and have been known to treat gastroenteritis. Is often used as a gentle laxative and to treat several infections and diseases, such as cold, burn, cough, tonsillitis, bronchitis, digestive problems, and eczema

Marshmallow Leaf: Demulcents like marshmallow leaf have a calming effect on the mucus membranes they come into contact with because they contain mucopolysaccharides. These are chains of sugar molecules, which in humans are often found in mucus and in the fluid around our joints. So a demulcent essentially coats those irritated membranes and offers soothing relief. Since ancient times, people around the world have used marshmallow to soothe the mouth, throat, esophagus, and stomach.

Persimmon Leaf: Great source of important vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Persimmon leaves have historically been used in natural medicines as a digestive cleanser, liver tonic, immunity booster, and blood sugar regulator.

INGREDIENTS:  Chamomile Flowers, Holy Thistle, Ginger Root, Malva Leaf, Marshmallow Leaf and Persimmon Leaf, all cut and sifted.

DIRECTIONS: Bring two cups of filtered water to a boil in a saucepan or electric kettle (you can double or triple the recipe if you want). After removing from heat, add two tablespoons of the tea blend and let it sit on the counter for 4-6 hours. Transfer it to a 1-quart container (I use a glass canning jar). Add 2 more cups filtered water and store in the fridge for up to 2 weeks. You can strain the tea but if you leave the herbs in the container and strain before use, you will get a more potent tea. You can purchase something like this or this from Amazon to help.

When you are ready to make a cup of tea, use 1/4 of the cup of tea concentrate and add 3/4 cup of water or juice. If you want to drink it warm, warm the 3/4 cup of filtered water on the stove or in an electric tea kettle and then add the 1/4 cup of tea concentrate from your fridge.

Start with 1-2 servings per day and if your body is sensitive, you can start with half that amount and work your way up. Kids under 12 can start with half the dose and kids above 12 can use the full adult dose.

These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, prevent, treat or cure any disease. If you are pregnant or nursing, or have any health conditions, please consult a doctor before use.