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Six of the Best Detox Teas Around

Detoxing has many benefits for your health, and one the easiest ways to do this is by enjoying a detox tea. Detoxing can increase your energy, rid the body of excess waste, boost your immune system, aid in weight loss, and improve the health of your hair and skin.

Herbal Detox Teas

Below you will find some of the best detox teas that can be found.

Rishi Tea’s Turmeric Herbal Tea

The turmeric powder, licorice root, and ginger root are the super-powers in this detox tea. Turmeric has been used to alleviate pain associated with arthritis, heartburn, and the intestine. Licorice root is used to alleviate issues ranging from depression to bad breath to colds and flus. Adding to the flavor are lemongrass, orange peel, and lemon essential oil, making this a very tasty tea.

Fair warning: if you drink this too slowly, the turmeric will sink to the bottom and give you a nice thick, strong surprise at the end. (Where to buy)

Traditional Medicinals’ EveryDay Detox Tea

Available in regular and lemon flavor, this is one of the most popular and widely available detox teas on the market. The Traditional EveryDay Detox tea includes chicory root, licorice root, lycium, schizandra fruit and fruit/goji berries. Chicory root is high in antioxidants and aids in digestions. The Organic Lemon EveryDay Detox includes stinging nettles, burdock, and cleavers. Both teas are formulated for liver protection and to promote digestion.

Yogi Tea’s DeTox Teas

These teas include a wide range of different flavors and different purposes. These detox teas are intended to help the body cleanse the kidneys and liver. Some of the common ingredients used in these teas include dandelion root, burdock, juniper berry, and ginger root. Burdock roots are full of antioxidants, polysaccharides (aiding in digestion), and potassium.

Dandelion root has been shown effective for digestion and inflammation, and is used to maintain health of the liver and kidneys. The flavors include Berry DeTox and Peach DeTox.

Pukka Detox Tea

This tea is a great choice for those that are ethically- and eco-friendly-minded as it is organic and ethically sourced. The blend includes fennel seed, aniseed, cardamom seed, coriander seed, licorice root, and celery seed. Aniseed is effective in reducing coughs, flatulence, sleeplessness, and anxiety.

Fennel seed is great for alleviating back pain, digestive problems, bloating, and heartburn. This tea is intended for everyday use as an every detox. (Where to buy)

Rishi Tea’s Organic White Ginseng Detox Tea

Schizandra berry, found in this tea, has long been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine and helps with fatigue. Also found in this tea are burdock root, white ginseng, licorice root, dandelion root, peppermint, and raspberry. White ginseng is full of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory ingredients. Peppermint is often used to sooth the stomach and help calm the stressed body. This tea has a fruity, sweet-tart flavor. (Where to buy)

The Republic of Tea’s Get Clean Detox Tea

Made with organic rooibos, Indian sarsaparilla root, milk thistle seed, dandelion root, chicory root, red clover and burdock root, this tea is full of ingredients aimed at liver detoxification. Sarsaparilla is used to clean the blood and treat skin conditions, and is commonly used as a diuretic.

Red clover is often used to treat PMS symptoms and to regulate blood flow. It is also a great source of calcium, magnesium, and vitamin C. In addition to all of the detoxing powers of this tea, it is hand-down one of the best tasting detox teas on the marker. (Where to buy)

Conclusion

Detox teas are a great way to counteract some of the toxins we come into contact with every day. By aiding in liver function and encouraging detox of the whole body, these detox teas increase the health of your skin, hair, and all of your organs.

Get these teas in pre-blended forms from local health food stores or simply buy the ingredients, mix and match, and make yourself a nice cup of herbal detox tea!

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