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Liver Support Tea - Herbal Tea To Improve Liver Function

Liver, a very important organ in our body but it’s health is ignored by us and when your liver gets sad due to your ignorance, it stops it’s proper working and hence one can have simple to dangerous issues. What we want you to understand here is that it's the liver who decides whether your life is worth it or not. Yes, the statement is harsh but true and one cannot ignore that.

Ayurveda suggests certain things and these things are not only applicable to the liver but also to other systems of your body. The biggest mistake we make these days is we eat and drink without thinking and it makes our liver and other systems respond and react without thinking.

Let’s make it easy to understand, the amount of garbage you put inside your body, in return the body will produce something from that garbage which surely will be equivalent to poison. These are the wise words of experts who tell you things like watch what you eat or you are what you eat.

Now, for a quick guess, why you need liver support tea is very clear and how it will work will be clear to you once you go through the below mentioned ingredient details.

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Liver Support Tea Ingredients

  1. Giloy (Tinospora cordifolia)
  2. Coriander (Coriandrum sativum)
  3. Cinnamon (Cinnamomum zizania)
  4. Bhumi Amla (Phyllanthus niruri)
  5. Hibiscus (Hibiscus rosa chinensis)
  6. Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare)
  7. Pomegranate Peel (Punica granatum)

Ingredients Description

1. Giloy (Tinospora cordifolia)

Giloy is termed as the magical herb of Ayurveda. It’s such a herb that can be used in every body type and gives very good results. The herb is known for its immunomodulatory effect and generally the stem of this plant is used for various purposes. The magical thing about this herb is that it has a very unique property which is called as vichitravirya which means it adjusts it’s potency inside the body according to the requirement.  The taste of this herb is bitter and it’s capable of alleviating both vata and kapha dosha but also helps in pacification of pitta dosha. So, you can see how magical a herb can be.

2. Coriander (Coriandrum sativum)

A humble coriander can help you in fetching high profits. Coriander is a great source of fibre, magnesium and iron. The herb is full of vitamins and protein. Even after this you might be thinking “who puts coriander in teas?” But let’s make this thing very clear: coriander is an ingredient here because of its great and lovely effect on the liver. When we talk about something that supports the liver then we need something that enhances it’s functioning and the production of liver enzymes. Here coriander plays a clear role because it helps in liver detoxification. One Has to understand that coriander has more of a role than just being a seasoning and enhancing the state of the dishes. When coriander leaves its impact on the liver it certainly helps in the enhancement of digestion as well.

3. Cinnamon (Cinnamomum zeylanicum)

About cinnamon, a very famous quote: “Her sweet cinnamon smell intoxicated me”. But don’t worry guys it's just a quote and cinnamon bears detoxifying properties. Cinnamon is an herb which is easily available in Indian as well as western kitchens and has fantastic properties that can surprise you. It helps in managing the normal blood pressure levels, helpful in diabetes too and on the liver it has an effect that stays for long. It not only cleanses the liver but also has a liver protective effect and also has a positive impact on digestion. It enhances digestive fire due to its pitta-supporting property. It pacifies vata and kapha dosha.

4. Chanca Piedra (Bhumi Amla or Phyllanthus niruri)

Bhumi amla is a herb which has properties we never have thought of. Can you imagine a simple herb which can protect the liver, helps in excreting excessive water from the body and prevents damage to the whole gastric lining. Believe it or not bhumi amla is having these properties and not only on the liver it has its positive effect on kidneys too. It helps in protecting the gastric lining from the excessive production of acid and as it helps in enhancing and improving the liver functioning it eases digestion simultaneously. The herb has pitta balancing properties or pitta pacification properties. Simple small ordinary looking herb but big differences it can make.

5. Hibiscus (Hibiscus rosa chinensis)

Hibiscus, a very famous and lovely herb. Hibiscus flower is known for its beauty as well as for the affection created by it. But beyond looks it is having some more benefits which include immunity enhancement, enhanced immunity means no room for diseases, has antioxidant properties and drying impact. In classics it has a kapha and pitta dosha pacification effect. The flower has a  sweet, pungent and bitter taste and is full of vitamins and minerals. As an ingredient of this tea it works by detoxifying the liver and protecting its cells against the free radicals. And that’s how it justifies itself as a potent ingredient of this tea.

6. Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare)

“Fennel which is a spice of wednesdays, the day of average, of middle aged people”-- a quote by chitra banerjee but like her we don’t believe that fennel is a herb of wednesday in fact it is a herb of every day. Fennel is beyond every other vegetable and is tremendously delicious. Apart from taste the fennel is a very effective antioxidant as well and a good source of fibre. This has a very peculiar mineral called selenium which is not found in any of the other vegetables and fruits. Yes, it makes it special for the liver as selenium contributes to liver enzyme functioning and detoxifies it.

7. Pomegranate Peel (Punica granatum)

As mentioned many times before, pomegranate is a fruit of paradise and whenever you see it you can instantly feel a sweet and pungent juicy taste in your mouth. The fruit is the natural source of vitamin C and also bears antioxidant properties. Pomegranate is called as dadim in Sanskrit and is termed as ruchikar (which enhances the appetite or interest in food). As a source of vitamin C it has liver functioning supporting effects. The pomegranate also inhibits thirst and has a very great result in kicking out weakness from your life. Pomegranate, juicy paradise fruit and perfect ingredient of liver support tea.

After going through the ingredients of LIVER SUPPORT TEA, you can easily decide why you need such a thing in your life. Eat, drink or have the entire fun in your life but do give a thought about your liver.

How To Use

One tea bag in 80-100ml of warm water. Let the ingredients infuse and your tea is ready. You can use it once or twice a day.

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