Herbs help flush out water retention in the body.
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Five certified organic Herbs for the relief of water retention
- Dandelion Tea
- Burdock Root
- Parsley Root
- Celery Leaf
- Juniper Berry
Scientific name:Taraxacum officinale
Dandelion is a well-known herb used as a natural diuretic, which means that the herb causes increased urine passing. Still, at the same time, Dandelion reduces the body’s fluid weight. If you feel bloated, dandelion tea may help provide relief. Drinking more fluids encourages liquid release as the kidneys maintain water balance. Fluid retention can be due to not drinking enough water. If you are dehydrated, your body’s cells will start to save water.
The Diuretic Effect on Human Subjects
The Physiological Effects of Dandelion (Taraxacum Officinale) on Type 2 Diabetes
Scientific name: Arctium lappa
Burdock is a root vegetable traditionally used in Chinese medicine. It contains vitamins, minerals and nutrients such as potassium, magnesium, vitamin B-6 and great fibre. Burdock has anti-inflammatory properties. It stimulates the kidneys, clearing the body of any waste.
Phenolic constituents are associated with vitamins E and C; they reduce agents that protect the body against oxidative stress. Burdock possesses antiviral effects against herpes viruses (HSV-1, HSV-2) and adenoviruses (ADV-3, ADV-11). Antioxidative and in vitro antiproliferative activity of Arctium lappa
Scientific name: Petroselinum crispum subsp. tuberosum is Also known as Hamburg root or turnip-rooted parsley. The hamburger root is a type of parsley grown as a root vegetable. The plant produces thicker roots and parsley cultivated for the leaves. Parsley root is another excellent herb that helps with bloating. The root may help balance blood pressure and eliminate excess fluid. Without ridding the body of needed potassium, it may help balance sugar levels. A perfect addition to this herbal tea blend. It is also full of vitamins and minerals.
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Scientific name: Apium graveolens
The history of Celery goes back to the Ancient Greeks; used as medicine and an aphrodisiac. Celery leaves have a variety of nutrients. The leaves are full of vitamin K and some vitamins A and C. there is a small number of B vitamins, one being folate. The mineral includes potassium, calcium, and manganese. The whole celery plant is an excellent source of fibre, so it is suitable for your digestive system and gut health. Celery has a diuretic effect and contains detox-cleansing properties.
A Review of the Antioxidant Activity of Celery
Scientific name: Juniperus communis
Juniper berries are not berries. They are seeds. They have been used throughout history to treat several health-related issues, including fungal infections. Juniper berries are high in antioxidants. Their diuretic effects help reduce oedema and lower blood pressure. They also help the digestive system, soothe an irritated gastrointestinal tract, and promote better digestion. Antioxidant, antifungal and anti-inflammatory evaluation of hydroalcoholic extract of wild-growing Juniper Berries,
A balanced blending of these specific herbs helps with fluid/water retention. Start with two cups daily. Comes with a scoop and directions for brewing.
Please Note: We are selling loose herbs. We are not selling herbs as pre-packaged therapeutic products. All our spices and herbal teas are only blended once professional health practitioners order them. By purchasing, you permit us to blend these herbs on your behalf. We make no therapeutic claims about any herbs we offer for sale. This website’s information is for educational purposes and is not meant to replace medical advice. There is ample information regarding herbs and their benefits. Always check with your doctor if you are on medications or call us. Always research before purchasing; seek medical advice if you have persistent symptoms. Self-diagnosis is unadvised.
If you are trying to conceive, pregnant or breastfeeding, do not take any herbs without consulting a qualified practitioner. We offer a free consultation.
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