Constipation Tea / Stimulates liver

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Constipation Tea / Stimulates liver

Chronic constipation often suggests a sluggish digestion, which can be improved by bitter herbs that stimulates the liver and ...

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Failure to empty the bowels regularly can be linked to a lack of dietary fiber or to a sluggish digestion. In the West, it can take 72 hours for food to pass through us, as against an average of 12 in developing countries, where food is less highly processed.

Chronic constipation often suggests a sluggish digestion, which can be improved by bitter herbs that stimulates the liver and encourage production of digestive enzymes.

Health benefits:

Dandelion - Stimulates liver and gallbladder activity, cleanses the blood, especially useful in treating congestive skin problems.

Yellow dock - has a gentle laxative action; purifies blood, easing skin disorders such as psoriasis, herpes, eczema and acne.

Licorice root - soothes digestive tract. Chinese herbalists believe that licorice harmonizes, sweetens and blends all the other herbs in a formula and also masks any medicinal taste.

Anise seeds - masks the taste of bitter herbs; eases symptoms of indigestion, nausea, flatulence and colic.

Brew 1 tea bag per 1 cup boiling water. Allow to steep a minimum 10-15 minutes.

References: Balch, 1997; BHMA Scientific Committee, J.Pollak, P. Ody.

* Please Note: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). If conditions persist, please seek advice from your medical doctor.

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