Dandelion Root is rich in zinc and vitamins A, B, and C, as well as powerful antioxidants. It helps promote the use of bile, which flushes out toxins. That makes it a fantastic detoxifying herb for your gallbladder and liver, and it’s a skin cleansing herb clearing gunk that leads to acne.
Cayenne encourages digestion and muscle movement in your intestines and helps your body absorb nutrients. It is both an antioxidant as well as an anticoagulant that helps clean the blood from unwanted toxins.
Turmeric helps in detoxing your liver because of its active ingredient, curcumin. Curcumin stimulates the production of bile in your gall bladder that is needed to eliminate toxins as well as rejuvenates liver cells that break down harmful compounds.
Beet Root Beets are rich in vitamin B, iron, copper, magnesium, potassium, fiber, and so many more essential nutrients that we often lack. Because of this, beets help improve digestion and detox the liver. But not everyone likes the taste of beets! You can sneak them into your diet with our beet root powder that mixes into smoothies and recipes very easily.
Cinnamon ( Ceylon ) paired with honey can help in preventing the accumulation of certain fats as well as reduce inflammation in the body. Cinnamon is a good dietary fiber and an excellent source of manganese, calcium, iron and vitamin K.
Rosemary can protect the liver and stomach against carcinogenic and toxic ingredients. It contains phenolic antioxidant rosmarinic and essential oils which are known to have anti-inflammatory, antifungal and antiseptic properties.
Ginger is a great source of sulfur which is important when excreting toxic substances from your body during phase two of the detoxification process. This spicy root also helps in cleansing our system, digesting and settling your stomach.
* Listed are general benefits of these herbs. This is not to diagnose or replace medical treatment. Always be informed if you are pregnant, have allergies to these herbs or taking any medication that should not interact with these herbs. Ask your medical physician if these herbs are suitable for you.