Organic Lemon Everyday Detox

TraditionalMedicinal SKU: 032917101877
Organic Lemon Everyday Detox
Organic Lemon Everyday Detox
Organic Lemon Everyday Detox

Organic Lemon Everyday Detox

TraditionalMedicinal SKU: 032917101877
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Living in an increasingly toxic world can take a toll on your body, even your skin. Responding to such concerns, our herbalists created this tea to help beautify skin by gently stimulating the body’s natural detoxification process. By helping the liver break down fats during digestion and by promoting flushing of the kidneys, the herbs in this tea gently support the body’s ability to carry away wastes.* Pleasantly mild, bittersweet, and earthy, this tea is a classic European herbal combination of burdock root, stinging nettle and cleavers blended with lemon myrtle for a lemony-citrus taste.

Burdock is traditionally used in Herbal Medicine as an alterative to help remove accumulated waste products from the body. 

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  • Natural Medicines You Can Trust: Our teas are safe and effective. Our herbalists work with reputable suppliers to select high-grade medicinal herbs that undergo rigorous testing throughout the manufacturing process.
  • Balanced bittersweet, with hints of aromatic citrus
  • Non-GMO Project Verified
  • Organic

What’s in your cup?

Stinging nettle (Urtica dioca)—which you may know as a pesky and painful weed that pops up in your yard in the spring—is also well-known as an all-around healthful tonic that has been traditionally combined with burdock and cleavers for hundreds of years.

*Some of our favorite nettle is hand-picked (ouch!) by wild collectors in Poland, then dried and cut before being bundled up and sent on to us.

Personality
Gentle, supportive and helpful.

Herbal Power
Promotes healthy skin, liver and kidney function.*

Ingridents

Burdock is traditionally used in Herbal Medicine as an alterative to help remove accumulated waste products from the body. 

Taste
Balanced bittersweet, with hints of aromatic citrus.

Recommended use

Burdock is traditionally used in Herbal Medicine as an alterative to help remove accumulated waste products from the body; Stinging nettle is used in Herbal Medicine as a nutritive tonic. Recommended dose: Adults: Drink 1 cup (2 tea bags) 2 times daily. Directions for use: Pour 240 mL freshly boiled water over 2 tea bags and steep, covered, for 10-15 minutes. Gently squeeze the tea bags to release the remaining extract.

Duration of use

For prolonged use, consult a healthcare practitioner.

Cautions

Consult a healthcare practitioner before taking if you have diabetes. There is limited evidence from preclinical studies that burdock may have hypoglycemic activity. Use by adults with renal failure and/or diabetes, and/or heart failure should be avoided because of possible complications due to hyperkalemia. Consult a healthcare practitioner if symptoms persist or worsen. Contraindications: Do not use if you are allergic to plants of the Asteraceae/Compositae/Daisy family, such as burdock or dandelion, or if you are allergic to stinging nettle. If hypersensitivity or allergic reactions occur, discontinue use. Do not use if you have gall bladder disorder, or obstruction of the biliary tract, acute gallbladder inflammation, or in the case of active peptic ulcer. Discontinue use if you develop symptoms of liver trouble. Do not use if you have liver disorders, and/or bowel obstruction. Do not use if pregnant or breastfeeding. Known Adverse Reactions: In sensitive individuals, mild gastrointestinal upset (nausea, vomiting and diarrhea) or allergic reactions (itching, exanthema, hives) may occur from use of stinging nettle. The frequency is not known. Discomfort due to gastric hyperacidity may occur after taking herbs that contain bitter substances like dandelion.

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  • Natural Medicines You Can Trust: Our teas are safe and effective. Our herbalists work with reputable suppliers to select high-grade medicinal herbs that undergo rigorous testing throughout the manufacturing process.
  • Balanced bittersweet, with hints of aromatic citrus
  • Non-GMO Project Verified
  • Organic

What’s in your cup?

Stinging nettle (Urtica dioca)—which you may know as a pesky and painful weed that pops up in your yard in the spring—is also well-known as an all-around healthful tonic that has been traditionally combined with burdock and cleavers for hundreds of years.

*Some of our favorite nettle is hand-picked (ouch!) by wild collectors in Poland, then dried and cut before being bundled up and sent on to us.

Personality
Gentle, supportive and helpful.

Herbal Power
Promotes healthy skin, liver and kidney function.*

Ingridents

Burdock is traditionally used in Herbal Medicine as an alterative to help remove accumulated waste products from the body. 

Taste
Balanced bittersweet, with hints of aromatic citrus.

Recommended use

Burdock is traditionally used in Herbal Medicine as an alterative to help remove accumulated waste products from the body; Stinging nettle is used in Herbal Medicine as a nutritive tonic. Recommended dose: Adults: Drink 1 cup (2 tea bags) 2 times daily. Directions for use: Pour 240 mL freshly boiled water over 2 tea bags and steep, covered, for 10-15 minutes. Gently squeeze the tea bags to release the remaining extract.

Duration of use

For prolonged use, consult a healthcare practitioner.

Cautions

Consult a healthcare practitioner before taking if you have diabetes. There is limited evidence from preclinical studies that burdock may have hypoglycemic activity. Use by adults with renal failure and/or diabetes, and/or heart failure should be avoided because of possible complications due to hyperkalemia. Consult a healthcare practitioner if symptoms persist or worsen. Contraindications: Do not use if you are allergic to plants of the Asteraceae/Compositae/Daisy family, such as burdock or dandelion, or if you are allergic to stinging nettle. If hypersensitivity or allergic reactions occur, discontinue use. Do not use if you have gall bladder disorder, or obstruction of the biliary tract, acute gallbladder inflammation, or in the case of active peptic ulcer. Discontinue use if you develop symptoms of liver trouble. Do not use if you have liver disorders, and/or bowel obstruction. Do not use if pregnant or breastfeeding. Known Adverse Reactions: In sensitive individuals, mild gastrointestinal upset (nausea, vomiting and diarrhea) or allergic reactions (itching, exanthema, hives) may occur from use of stinging nettle. The frequency is not known. Discomfort due to gastric hyperacidity may occur after taking herbs that contain bitter substances like dandelion.

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN