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The delicious organic herbs in this herbal tea are: Peppermint or Spearmint, Red clover, Nettle, Lemon balm, Alfalfa, Parsley leaf. This loose-leaf herbal tea is refreshing and helps clean out your liver. There are two flavors for you to choose from Peppermint and Spearmint, which are both wonderful. Choose your favorite or try both! Enjoy two to three cups daily for the best results. This bag of tea will make 2.5 gallons of tea.

Liver Cleanse Herbal Tea

  • Safety: There are no known safety issues with any of these herbs! But please speak with your healthcare physician before using any new products. Please drink 1/4 cup as a test before drinking larger amounts. Wait 6-8 hours before drinking more. Most of us have toxins in our liver whether we are aware of it or not. It is important to clean out our liver using foods or herbs. In our house herbs are used as foods. But some homes don’t use herbs this way. Now it is time to rethink this concept! Herbs are a fabulous way to get vitamins and minerals into our bodies without using a pill. The organic herbs in this Liver Cleansing Herbal Tea may work extra hard to help our body. Peppermint leaf Mentha x piperita OR Spearmint leaf Mentha x spicata, Alfalfa Medicago sativa, nettle Urtica dioica, red clover Trifolium pratense, parsley Petroselinum crispum may help clean up your liver. Drinking two to three glasses per day is not hard because it tastes like either peppermint or spearmint. Just choose for which flavor you like. Drink hot or cold, your choice. Use one tablespoon of herbs per cup of water. Put the herbs in cool water, bring almost to a boil. Cover and allow to sit in the hot water for 15 minutes. But if you are like me I make half a gallon at a time and drink for several days:) In this case use 1/2 cup of loose herbs to 1/2 gallon of fresh water. There are enough herbs in this bag of loose leaf herbs to make approximately 2.5 gallons of tea. “This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.”
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