Liver Cleanser Tea

Liver Cleanser Tea

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Please read some of the precautionary measures, and said side effects by clicking the arrow next to the picture of the product. KIMestry Wellness does not know your health issues. It is up to you do your own research. Liver Cleansing Tea is a 16 ounce jar of hand picked herbal tea leaves. This tea is loaded with dandelion and nettle leaves. These tea leaves are "said" to offer amazing benefits to your body. You will be able to make infused tea at home. You will receive a free mesh tea ball infuser with your order. Do not consume this tea blend if you are pregnant. Keep the tea leaves in the mason jar it will arrive in. Keep the mason jar sealed tight. Keep the leaves away from heat, water, light, and air. Store the leaves in a cool, dark place preferably a pantry, or in a cabinet. Do not store the leaves in a refrigerator, or a freezer. These tea leaves have no shelf life when stored properly. Recommended dose no more than one 8 oz cup a day not to exceed 2 cups. Caffeine free. When drinking herbal teas eat clean for better results.

Instructions on how to make infused tea: Boil a pot of hot water. Once the water comes to a boil you can put the tea leaves in a mesh tea ball infuser(or any infuser of your choice). Drop the mesh ball infuser into the pot of hot water( turn the pot off). Steep 1 to 2 teaspoons of tea leaves in the hot water. Let the leaves steep in the hot water for 3 to 5 minutes. Add a natural sweetener but do not add sugar. Most diseases and  viruses feed off of sugar. The consistency of this jar of tea leaves were made with precise measurements.

16 oz


Ginger root

Burdock root

Turmeric root

Potential "said" benefits 

May reduce chronic inflammation 

May slow or prevent some cancers 

May help with cough or cold 

May improve leaver health 

May be good for aches and pain

May reduce blood pressure 

May purify blood 

 Burdock Root Tea Possible Side Effects

Burdock root is generally regarded as safe, however, some people should not use burdock tea. Pregnant woman should avoid burdock tea8 as it may stimulate the uterus and cause premature labor. People with diabetes who take blood-sugar lowering medicines should not use burdock root as it may cause hypoglycemia. The most common side effect reported is a rash (contact dermatitis).