Detox Tea (250ml)

Cannabis Oil Research

USES/BENEFITS

Can assist with the following:

  • Cleans the gut
  • Breaks down toxins

 

INGREDIENTS:

  • Corn Silk – inflammation of the urinary system / combats fatigue
  • Ginger Root – anti-inflammatory for the brain & body / anti-nausea /long term lowering of blood sugar
  • Dandelion Leaf – detoxify the liver and gallbladder / kidney support
  • Fenugreek Seed – lowering blood sugar / boosting testosterone
  • Burdock Root – blood purifier / soothing the kidneys / stomach ailments
  • Senna Leaf – laxative
  • Hawthorne Berry – powerful antioxidant
  • Mullein Leaf – anti-spasmodic respiratory /cramps / anxiety
  • Juniper Berry – powerful diuretic
  • Peppermint – digestive easing / calming
  • Stevia Leaf – sweetness

 

Note: Detox tea (powder) has a faster absorption rate than the capsules which is slow releasing

 

APPLICATION/DOSAGE:

Add 1 teaspoon of herbs into a coffee plunger. Let it steep for up to 5 mins then pour

It is preferred to have the tea in the evening; you may also take it in the morning

You may add rooibos and honey to the mix

 

10 Days on, 5 days off; or as recommended by your health care practitioner

 

CONTRAINDICATIONS:

  • Corn Silk – do not take Corn Silk if you already have low potassium levels, low or high blood pressure, or Diabetes
  • Ginger Root – may decrease blood glucose levels. Can also lower blood pressure and might increase the effects of calcium channel blockers
  • Dandelion Leaf – before using please check with us first if you have a bleeding disorder, Diabetes, gallbladder problems – or if you use a diuretic medication (water pill)
  • Fenugreek Seed – serious interactions with other medications are not known, but it should be used carefully with any medication as it can affect the absorption of other drugs
  • Burdock Root – may cause increases or reductions in blood sugar levels. Caution is advised in patients with Diabetes or hypoglycaemia
  • Senna Leaf – should not be used by people with abdominal pain (either diagnosed or undiagnosed), intestinal blockage, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, appendicitis, stomach inflammation, anal prolapse or haemorrhoids.
  • Hawthorne – If you take prescriptions for high blood pressure, an irregular heart rhythm, other heart conditions, erectile dysfunction or nasal congestion. Compounds in Hawthorn Berry may increase the effects or decrease the effectiveness of these medications. Drinking alcohol or taking pain medication while using Hawthorn could cause hypotension or very low blood pressure
  • Juniper Berry – pregnant and breastfeeding women and people with urinary tract or kidney problems
  • Peppermint – not recommended for digestive ulcers, gallstones, liver disease, intestinal disease & Alzheimer’s
  • Stevia Leaf – large doses, slows the heartbeat