WOMB WELLNESS DETOX TEA (10 DAY DETOX)
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Womb Wellness Detox Tea (10-day detox)
Why do we want a warm womb?
A warm womb is one receiving adequate circulation (blood flow) to support its function – to create a healthy uterine lining for implantation of an embryo and regular menstruation.
Longan, red dates, dried ginger, roses, peony flowers, Chinese wolfberry, Angelica Sinensis
Other benefits of this tea: balance hormones, detox womb
Red dates - High in Disease-Fighting Antioxidants, High in Fiber, May Promote Brain Health, May Promote Natural Labor, Excellent Natural Sweetener, they are high in several nutrients, fiber and antioxidants, dates contain several minerals, including phosphorus, potassium, calcium and magnesium, all of these have been studied for their potential to prevent bone-related conditions like osteoporosis. Dates also help with anxiety and stress
longan - wonderful and delicious tonic fruit used by the Chinese as a blood tonic, to build energy (Qi), to calm the mind, to strengthen the Spleen, to tonify the Qi of the heart. Rejuvenates blood circulation and provides a soothing effect on the nervous system
ginger - a well-known and extensively used antioxidant in traditional remedies. it is thought to cleanse the body by stimulating digestion, circulation, and sweating. Its digestive actions may serve to cleanse the build-up of waste and toxins in the colon, liver, and other organs. Helps with menstrual pain and is a natural antibiotic
rose - known to enhance metabolism and support the liver and intestines to promote proper digestion and eliminate toxins and waste, ease menstrual pains, prevent chronic disease, boost the immune system, speed healing, improve digestion, relieve respiratory infections, stimulate mood and regulate your sleep cycle
peony flowers - believed to help menstrual and other muscular pains and cramps, as well as improving blood circulation
DIRECTIONS: Add 1 teabag to 1 cup of hot water, add sweetener of your choice
Includes (10 bags) 8g per teabag