Which Detox Tea?

There is a vast array of [tag]tea[/tag] on sale but not all of them are your cup of tea. Some like their tea black, whereas some like it green. Some even like it fruity. Regardless of its type, tea are wonderful refreshment. I love my [tag]green tea[/tag] and I have it almost every day… without fail!

However, if you are planning to go on a [tag]detox[/tag], you might have to give up your favourite cup of tea because of its [tag]caffeine[/tag] content and also the additional ingredients you add to your tea (i.e. milk and sugar).

If you are planning to follow the 7-Days Detox Diet , you can only drink herbal or [tag]fruit tea[/tag]. Before I started my first detox session, I mustered some courage to be adventurous with my tea.

For your information, I am very particular with my tea therefore my choices of detox tea are only limited to three. Here are my top picks:

Tea Cup

1. Lemon Tea

According to my research, [tag]lemon tea[/tag] is an excellent cleansing tea because it can stimulate processing of excess fats in the body, rev up circulation and provide essential antioxidants, vitamins and minerals – a perfect blend of nutrients. Of course, these nutrients are essential for those on a detox. Also, lemon tea is a great aid in undoing the effects of toxic chemicals and holiday over-indulgence.

The zesty lemon tea is indeed tasty and I will give it a rating of 10/10. I reckon it is the perfect morning tea. So, if you are a coffee drinker, lemon tea is a superb start for you. ;)

2. Peach Detox Tea

[tag]Peach tea[/tag] supports normal liver and kidney function by assisting the process by which these organs filter, counteract and eliminate toxins. Apparently, when you are feeling a little bloated, peach tea can help. ;)

This tea is so fragrant and I would say it is the perfect [tag]infusion[/tag] for an evening refreshment.

3. Rose hips Tea

[tag]Rose[/tag] hips are the pods that form at the base of the rose flower, so don’t get confused with rose petals or leaves. Many varieties of roses form hips, particularly wild roses (Rosa rugosa). Within the little red-orange globe are the rose seeds.

Rose hips make a very nice [tag]herbal tea[/tag] and the [tag]health[/tag] benefits are excellent. Rose hip tea has a tangy flavour, not at all like the flowery scent of the rose blossom.

[tag]Rosehips tea[/tag] is an excellent source of Vitamin C. There is approximately 1,700 mg of C in 100 gm of dried rosehip. That’s definitely a lot more than what’s in an orange! Rosehips tea also contain vitamins A, D and E, and flavinoids (antioxidants). Plus, it help to prevent bladder infections. Rosehip tea can also ease headaches and dizziness.

I know there are many others out there so do let me know what is your cup of tea.

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