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“The Squeaky Cleaner” Skin & Liver Tea

Recipe

  • Dandelion (Restorative and regenerating herb, helps to stimulate and cleanse the liver aiding in the flow of bile)
  • Burdock (Best herb for skin-related imbalances, liver cleanser, blood purifier)
  • Angelica (Great stomach herb with carminative properties useful for digestive weakness)
  • Licorice (Soothing demulcent, helps inflammation of the digestive tract)
  • Horsetail (High in silica content making it a great herb for skin and hair)
  • Celandine (Hepatoprotective, anti-inflammatory, helps liver secrete more profuse bile preventing biliary calculi)
  • Oregon Grape (Anti-inflammatory, cleansing herb, useful for fighting systemic infections and treating skin conditions)
  • Cinnamon (warming digestive aid)
  • Orange peel (yummy)
  • Blessed Thistle (Hepatonic herb helpful for healing a damaged liver, liver congestion and stomach problems)

Extras:

Aloe Vera internally. Aloe helps brings tremendous relief to digestive disorders and works to heal damaged tissues, just as it does sunburn.

Alkalinity and pro-biotics. By drinking a cup of hot water with a half a lemon (or organic apple cider vinegar) our bodies not only become more alkaline, but our digestion is stimulated! Probiotics help to maintain the living biology of our GI track in tact. A healthy gut is reflected in our skin, especially our faces!

Thank you sweet herbs for your infinite blessings!


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With a deep love for mother nature, Kyla enjoys exploring the wild parts of the outdoors. Using her body as a tool for these explorations, she values her health, first and foremost. To keep a healthy body she enjoys practicing yoga, trail running , slacklining and climbing! Kyla encourages activity in combination with herbs and body work to keep the body clean, agile and strong!

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Nicole

Your recipe sounds delicious! What are the portions for the ingredients. Thank you

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Hi Nicole,

We sell the tea by the ounce. We typically suggest 1 Tablespoon to 8oz of water or you can do a medicinal batch which is 4-5 tablespoons. Let it steep over night and drink the next day. Hope your day is radiant!

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