Infuse 1 bag in boiling water and brew for 5 - 7 minutes. Add honey or lemon to taste.
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• Calming, relaxing and soothing night tea.
• Enhance metabolism and helps with fat burning
• Boost and helps to maintain a steady energy level throughout the day
• Enjoy a restful sleep
2 X Ultimate Teatox
Introducing Gorgeous Me Tea 28 Day Night Cleanse Teatox...
Gorgeous Me Tea Night Cleanse Teatox is a caffeine-free blend that gently cleanse your body after your dinner. The ingredients in the Night Cleanse are all organic, and does not induce a laxative effect. It is specially formualted to reduce gas and bloating, especially after a heavy meal. The ingredients in the Night Cleanse like Organic Holy basil helps to lower fat levels, total cholesterol and cleanse the liver from toxins. Organic Linden Blossom is also another ingredients that we have included which is a tradtional remedy for indigestion.
Organic Holy Basil (tusil)
Holy basil, also known in the Ayruvedic dictionary as tusil, contains eugenol,
cinnamyl acetate, and beta-elemene as the core active constituents. Some of the
key benefits include anti-stress, anti-diabetic, anti-lipidemic (lowering fat levels)
and glycemic lowering properties.
In a research study, ocimum sanctum and eugenol,
were shown to reduce total cholesterol, phospholipids, triglycerides. Holy basil also
showed hepatoprotective properties, which can be reflected in its liver-cleansing
A popular herb acknowledged for its ability to soothe digestive problems,
it can also be used as an anti-fungal, anti-septic and anti-bacterial. Spearmint
is a gentle remedy to relieve flatulence and abdominal pains, and to reduce the
symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome. It is used to relieve stress and induce
Organic Rose Hips
More than 30 scientific papers have found rose hip to significantly reduce
rheumatoid arthritis due to its anti-inflammatory action. The review concluded
that rosehip is more effective than glucosamine hydrochloride in reducing
osteoarthritic pain. Rosehip is also rich in polyphenolic compounds and
flavonoids such as catechin and quercetin, and also rich in vitamin C.
The antioxidant activity of rose hips protects against oxidant stress and also
enhance the activity of antioxidant enzyme like catalase and superoxide dismutase.
Rosehip has the ability to cleanse the body and also to enhance the body's immunity
during the cleansing.
Preliminary evidence also suggests rosehip to have an
anti-obesity effect, through decreasing visceral fat.
Organic Lemon Myrtle
Citrus scented with an uplifting aroma, lemon myrtle is used to treat a diversity
of ailments from gastric pain to respiratory problems like allergies, colds and sore
throats. Despite its citrus scent, it is not acidic to the stomach.
leaves are rich in the essential oil terpenoid aldehydes such as citral. The citral
content is 90-98% which is much higher than the citral content in lemon, which is
Lemon myrtle shows remarkable functionality as an antimicrobial and antifungal
product, showing effectiveness against a hospital isolate of methicillin resistant
Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA).
Lemon myrtle also shows a broad-spectrum activity against food borne human pathogens,
common food spoilage bacteria and common food spoilage yeasts and moulds as well as
exhibit a high anti oxidant activity. The anti-oxidant activity is not only limited
to predominantly hydrophilic antioxidants, but also contains lipophilic antioxidants.
Organic Linden Blossoms
Also known as tilia vulgaris, linden is a herb that comes from various species of
lime tree, or Tilia. Historically, the calming properties of linden is used for
relaxation and to soothe the nerves and to treat anxiety.
Linden contains an active
ingredient called farnesol, which helps to relax the cardiovascular system. It also
has a positive impact on stress reduction.
Another benefit of linden blossom is the support of liver health and enhance bile
secretion. It has anti-inflammatory properties and is a remedy for indigestion.
Organic Ginger root
Ginger root, also known as zingiber officinale. is a well known remedy for indigestion problems like dyspepsia, , nausea and travel sickness. It's also used for cold-related ailments like flu, cold, chills, arthritis, fever, coughs, bronchitis, and to lower cholesterol and blood pressure.
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Peppermint (Mentha Xpiperita)
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