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Healing tea – 5 options for detoxification of the intestine

So, the colon is part of our digestive system. It is, in a way, a long, hollow tube at the very end of the digestive system. In it, in particular, the body produces and for some time stores feces. Find out what kind of therapeutic tea will help its health.

Healing tea - 5 options for detoxification of the intestine
In other words, this is the last part of the intestine in most vertebrates. It is in it that the extraction of water and salts from solid waste takes place, before they are finally removed from the body.
When it is necessary to clear the intestines of toxins?

Of course, intestinal intoxication can not go unnoticed. Your body will certainly find a way to tell you about it. Here are some symptoms to look out for:
·         First, the headache
·         Secondly, an unpleasant smell from the mouth
·         Third, lack of energy and fatigue
·         And also the heaviness in the stomach
·         Inflammation of the intestine
·         Constipation
·         And another increase in body weight
Why is it necessary to regularly cleanse the intestines?
Maintaining the purity of your body is a necessity, a priority, if you want. Therefore, it is extremely important get rid of accumulated toxins, bad fermentations, saturated fats , viruses, parasites and fungi in time.
So at least a couple of times a year should be to “detoxify” the body. If, of course, you want it to work correctly (like a clock).
Healing tea: 5 options for cleansing the intestines

1. Infusion of fennel seeds

The first therapeutic tea is the infusion of fennel seeds. It, in particular, has digestive properties and is ideal for protecting the entire digestive system. Therefore, it is recommended to drink it with bloating and the appearance of any discomfort in the intestine.
·         1 teaspoon fennel seeds (5 g)
·         2 cups water (500 ml)
·         1 teaspoon of honey (7.5 g)

Cooking method:
·         First you need to heat the water, add the fennel seeds and bring it to a boil.
·         Then remove from heat.
·         Third, pour into a glass and add a spoonful of honey.
·      Such a therapeutic tea (or infusion) is recommended to drink every day after dinner. It will greatly facilitate the process of digestion of food.

2. Infusion of thyme

Thyme also has digestive properties. It, in turn, helps to eliminate waste and pollution that has accumulated in the intestine.
This plant helps prevent intestinal and gastric spasms, as well as retention of putrefactive substances in the intestine and, as a result, increased gas production. Thus, therapeutic tea from thyme helps not only to purify the body of toxins, but also to alleviate the symptoms of irritated bowels.

·         1 tablespoon thyme (15 g)
·         1 glass of water (250 ml)

Cooking method:
·         First, boil water and add thyme to it. Wait a few minutes, and then remove from heat.
·         Leave the drink for at least 7 minutes, so that it is infused, and drink it.

3. Infusion of chamomile flowers
Infusion of chamomile flowers has anti-inflammatory, tonic and cleansing properties. This is a very effective natural remedy for relieving discomfort in the colon, as well as from indigestion and pain caused by stress.
Chamomile is also an antispasmodic, a mild sedative that helps to calm the muscles of the large intestine. As a result, therapeutic tea made of chamomile will help to reduce irritation of the stomach and can even save us from spasms. In addition, chamomile has antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, antifungal and antibacterial properties. A wonderful plant, is not it?

·         1 handful of chamomile (10 g)
·         1 glass of water (250 ml)

Cooking method:
·         First, heat the water with chamomile until it boils.
·         Secondly, remove from heat and wait 5 minutes for the drink to be infused and concentrated.
·         This infusion is best consumed before bedtime.

4. Infusion of mint
The therapeutic tea of mint relaxes, facilitates digestion, takes care of the intestines and helps the body to properly digest nutrients.
You probably know that the leaves of mint are rich in menthol and methyl salicylate, two active compounds with strong antispasmodic and soothing properties. They affect the muscles of the intestine and stomach. Thus, they help to calm the symptoms caused by irritable bowel syndrome.

·         1 tablespoon mint leaves (15 g)
·         2 cups water (500 ml)

Cooking method:
·         First, put water on the fire and bring it to a boil.
·         And also add mint leaves and wait 5 minutes.
·         Then remove from heat and wait another 5 minutes for the drink to infuse.
·         It is recommended to drink 2 cups of this infusion per day. It is advisable that you take one in the morning on an empty stomach, and the second – before going to bed.

5. Infusion of cascars (buckthorns)
Cascara (Rhamnus purshiana), or “sacred bark”, is a plant that has a slight laxative effect. It helps keep the muscles of the colon toned, and therefore relieves constipation.

·         1 tablespoon of cascara bark (7 g)
·         1 glass of water (250 ml)

Cooking method:
·         Heat the water and add the “sacred bark” to it.
·         When it boils, remove from heat and let it brew for 5 minutes.
·         Drinking such a therapeutic tea is best before going to bed.
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