Detox tea contain herbs that nourish the liver, an organ responsible for cleaning toxins from your body. Tea for Detox assist your body to get rid of toxic waste which help to improve digestive system, detoxify and cleanse the body.

Herbs like lemon grass, ginger, and dandelion all contain properties said to support a healthy liver one of those organs in charge of your natural detoxifying process.

Ginger has also been proven to alleviate oxidative stress within the liver which indirectly helps the organ perform its cleaning task more efficiently.


Also known as skinny tea, weight loss tea or cleansing tea, a detox tea recipe consists of hot water steeped in herbs or other plant materials such as roots. Here are the top three types of ingredients:

Green Teagreen-tea


Green tea is packed with antioxidants called polyphenols, which possibly have detoxifying effects and the amount of antioxidants in green tea is more than any other tea. Antioxidants help in getting rid of free radicals and toxins from the body.

Dandelion Tea


The roots and leaves of the dandelion plant are used to make Dandelion Tea. It contains lots of antioxidants like vitamins A, C and D, and significant amounts of zinc, iron, magnesium and potassium.

The antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of dandelion tea have been used in alternative medicine as a detoxifying agent for the live.

Milk Thistle Tea


Milk thistle tea is commonly associated with its benefits to the liver. The active ingredient in milk thistle tea is called sylmarin, which is a combination of three flavonoids that are potent antioxidants and they help free the body from radicles and poisons.

Sylmarin is believed to be responsible for protecting and repairing liver cells, as well as reducing inflammation in the liver.

What Are The 5 Detox Tea Benefits?

  1. Appetite Suppressant

If you feel hungry most of the time, you are not alone. A large majority of the modern diet is high in refined carbohydrates but low in protein and fiber. Foods with a lot of protein (such as eggs, lean meat, fish, chicken legumes) and fiber (leafy green vegetables, whole fruits and unrefined cereals) help suppress hunger for longer throughout the day.

One other strategy to help stave off cravings is to suppress the appetite through the use of natural teas which also have the beneficial effect of making you feel less hungry  and therefore  less likely to snack.

  1. Aids Digestion

Most herbal teas assist in digestion. The natural compounds released from detox tea aid the digestive process and speed up the emptying of the colon – removing waste from the body. Used regularly, Detox teas can improve digestive well being and reduce bloating and constipation.

  1. Removes Toxins

Did you know that when you drink tea, the natural herbs can assist the liver to detoxify the body of alcohol, caffeine, smoke and other food additives? The Detox properties of green tea are well known and lead to improved activation of detoxification enzymes within the liver.

  1. Boosts the Immune System

Organic, naturally-produced teas are high in antioxidants. Antioxidants act to shield your body from free radicals that may trigger health issues. Drinking herbal teas regularly will build a strong defense system against viruses and bacteria.

  1. Increases Metabolism

Teas increase your metabolism which allows you to burn extra calories, even when you’re at rest. This can assist in weight loss as some teas have a thermo genic effect which both burns fat and decreases fat storage in your body.


Whether you’re drinking it for a weight loss cleanse, to flush your system of toxins, or just because you like the taste, detox teas are a great way to drink more water and add antioxidants to your diet. Start slow, some include natural laxatives, so it’s best you know how your body will react on one tea bag a day before increasing. Remember, a healthy diet is important to maintain during and after your cleanse to maximize results.





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