Arbonne Detox Tea Ingredients and Benefits for Digestive Support
Arbonne, known for its clean ingredients and natural products, has one of the best detox teas around. Take a look at its ingredients from its Product Sheet:
Arbonne Herbal Detox Tea Blend: 2 g *Milk Thistle (Silybum marianum) (fruit), Peppermint (Mentha piperita) (leaf), Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) (root), Sweet Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) (fruit), Elder (Sambucus nigra) (flower), Nettle (Urtica dioica) (leaf) Parsley (Petroselinum crispum) (leaf), Uva Ursi (Arctostaphylos uva-ursi) (leaf), Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) (root).
So what is it about this combination of ingredients that is so special? Let’s take a deeper look into detox tea in general, what it’s supposed to do, and why Arbonne’s detox tea is superior.
Detox Tea… What is it?
When something is labeled as a “detox” tea, it’s specifically geared to help you cleanse your digestive system.
Of course you think of your intestines and food digestion, but did you know that our digestive system is also made up of the liver, pancreas, gallbladder and spleen?
Our liver is responsible for pulling out anything “bad” that we consume or use, so that it doesn’t stay in our system. The kidneys also do this, even though they are not formally a part of the digestive system.
When we eat a modern diet full of sugar, alcohol, wheat, chemicals, and other substances that aren’t really “food”, our kidneys and liver need to work overtime to process out all the bad stuff.
Some natural remedies like detox tea can assist the liver and kidneys in pulling out these substances that the body can’t use and help our digestive system to work more efficiently.
Because of the nature of home remedies, very few scientific studies have been done to corroborate the benefits of these amazing herbs. But there are many benefits that have been observed through centuries of use. Let’s look at some of the different herbs that are ingredients in Arbonne’s detox tea.
Arbonne Detox Tea Ingredients
Silymarin is the compound in milk thistle that is highly beneficial for the liver. It has been used to successful reduce liver damage in mice and is known for its properties of reducing cholesterol and promoting weight loss.
With its antioxidants, milk thistle can even help reduce liver inflammation.
Peppermint is known for its soothing qualities. Menthol, one of the compounds of peppermint, makes peppermint a safe, natural option to treat headaches, migraines, and improve mental clarity. It is also known for its antibacterial and antiviral properties which can help to balance your gut flora.
Dandelion tea is hands down one of my favorite teas for supporting a health digestive system.
Dandelion tea is helps regulate a proper flow of bile, which is produced by the gallbladder. (Bile helps us break down our food.)
It also helps balance blood sugar, which is, of course, governed by the pancreas as it produces insulin.
Dandelion is a fantastic diuretic, which means that it can help to pull excess water from your body’s cells, effectively reducing bloating.
Considering how versatile it is, dandelion is truly the king of detox teas.
Sweet fennel is not as widely used as many of the other teas in Arbonne’s detox tea, but it is very beneficial to your health. Sweet fennel is known for its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-spasmodic properties. It has been used for a very long time as a digestive aid, and it can be used to help treat IBS, heartburn, and even colic.
Stinging nettle tea is incredibly nutrient dense, meaning that it is packed with vitamins and minerals. Nettle tea has slightly laxative properties, so regular use can help with regular and complete elimination.
How and When Should I Use Arbonne’s Detox Tea?
Arbonne detox tea is safe to drink several times a day, particular in the morning on an empty stomach and in the evening before bedtime.
If you are participating in Arbonne’s 30 Days to Healthy Living Program, this is how you should use your detox tea.
As always, there may be some drug interactions, so you should always check with your doctor before using these products.
Each bag of tea can be used to brew 16-20 ounces of tea, or about 2 cups of tea. To get the most out of your tea, make sure you brew a big cup or use each tea bag twice.
How I Use Arbonne Detox Tea to Reduce Bloating
Recently, I began using Arbonne’s detox tea in the morning and evening, and after only about 2 days, I had lost almost an inch around my waist. (The weight loss was from water retention and bloating, not from fat loss.)
Here’s what I did.
- In the morning, steep 1 tea bag in 12-16 ounces of boiling water.
- Let steep for 30 minutes.
- Mix in juice from 1 half of a large lemon (or 1 whole small lemon) and about 2 teaspoons of honey.
- Stir it up and transfer to a large water bottle. Mine is 40 ounces.
- Fill the rest up with water.
- Drink over the course of about 2 hours, stopping about an hour before lunch.
- Repeat in the evening, starting just after dinner. (You can use a smaller water bottle if you’re concerned about drinking that much before you go to bed.)
I don’t do this continuously, only for about a week before I’m not retaining water any more.
Your results may vary, of course, but this tea and extra water intake was incredibly powerful in reducing bloating for me.
(*The typical results are different for everyone. Results vary depending on individual effort, body composition, age, eating patterns, exercise, and the like.)
Arbonne’s detox tea is a powerful combination of herbal teas that can help you reduce bloating. Of course, Arbonne’s detox tea is not the only place you can find these ingredients. However, this is one of the only teas that has this special combination of tea varieties.
Not only that, but Arbonne has a dedication to using highly quality, non-GMO, and organic (when available) ingredients to ensure the best quality for its customers!
Arbonne’s detox tea is absolutely delicious, and I hope you will give it a try today!
Arbonne Detox Tea Ingredients for the Best Detox
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