Liver Love Blend - Loose Herbal Tea 1.0 Oz Net Wt.
Certified Organic Ingredients - Dried Herb Roots, Bark, Berries
Note this is a decoction and will need to be simmered 20 minutes to pull all the goodness out.
So I usually make a few cups at a time and store in a mason jar for sipping.
Warming and deep organ support intentions.
Burdock Root – (Arctium lappa) Often sold as a vegetable in Oriental markets under the name “Gobo,” burdock root is a delicious and nourishing herb. It was used by ancient herbalists for weak uteruses and as an aid during childbirth. It is now known that it contains high levels of minerals, vitamins and trace minerals. It is also a mild diuretic and an excellent herb for the Liver. This large, tenacious plants roots are used for skin disorders (acne, eczema, psoriasis). It is known as an alterative, diuretic and laxative.
Dose: Suggest 1/8 teaspoon of the powder in a smoothie or sauce when you can.
Ashwaganda Root – (Withania somnifera)
- AKA Indian Ginseng
- Adaptogen Tonic when used over time. Adaptogens – increase the body’s overall ability to deal with stress, anxiety and depression
- Energizing and calming for nerves, restorative to relieve stress
- Nervine – tension, stress, anxiety, overactivity, sedative – Insomnia
- Anti-inflammatory, restorative tonic for over-work, exhaustion, sleep problems
- Sexual tonic used in reproductive and aphrodisiac formulas
Dandelion Root – (Taraxacum officinale) – Primarily used for digestive disturbances, cleansing and toning the liver. A bitter = activated liver & digestion. Especially useful in fatigue and exhaustion. Known to support regulation and normalizes hormone production. Rich in Vitamins A, C, Calcium, Iron, Potassium and other trace minerals.
Cinnamon Bark – (Cinnamomum burmanni) Acting as a catalyst in this formula. Used for improving circulation, warming, clears congestion, stabilize blood sugar levels, anti-fungal, & anti-viral. Formula catalyst.
Ginger Root – Acting as a catalyst in this formula. A warming tonic herb for the entire reproductive system. Aids digestion, morning sickness. Helps with colds, sore throats and congestion. It is especially known for wonen’s reproductive problems, digestive disturbances, and for respiratory and bronchial problems. One of the most widely used Medicinal herbs in modern China.
Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) root’s use as a medicinal dates back several thousand years, known in particular for relief of PMS. It is thought to lower estrogen levels while simultaneously raising progesterone, thus helping to relieve hormone imbalance and estrogen dominance symptoms
Chaste tree (Vitex agnus-castus) as its name suggests was once used to suppress libido in women of childbearing age. It has an observed effect upon pituitary gland signals sent from the brain to the ovaries to produce hormone, with beneficial effects during menopause. It is thought to mimic the calming actions of progesterone
Orange Peel – Flavor. In certain people can support lower cholesterol and regulate blood sugar.