Modern busy lifestyles always haunt us with high-stress levels. And this stress makes us crave for some tea or coffee. An average person irrespective of his/her job consumes a minimum of four cups of tea or coffee every day! Not only this, but these beverages also have an immense significance culturally in different parts of the world. Did you know that some form of tea can be found in 80 per cent of homes in the world?
But, having too much of the tea or coffee can wreck your system and cause a negative impact on your body. It can create a general feeling of discomfort and restlessness. Hence, doctors recommend limiting our daily dose of caffeine which translates into reducing our daily intake of tea and coffee.
Drinking teas to Detox your body
So, what should we do? Should we give up on coffee and tea and bear the horrifying headache and a rough case of spins the whole day? It sounds terrifying, right?
Don’t worry, for people like us, there’s a wide range of detox teas that have become popular. Unlike black tea and coffee, these detox teas are infused with powerful herbal ingredients that relax our minds, aid digestion and eliminate toxins from our body.
However, these detox teas are not completely devoid of caffeine. In fact, they have just the right amount of caffeine to give you a kick of energy. Isn’t that great?
You get to manage your stress without causing any negative impact on our bodies.
What exactly does Detox tea do?
Now, you might be thinking — Well, detox teas sound good but I don't quite like the taste of herbal teas. So, here's a list of some amazing benefits of detox tea that will convince you to develop a liking for them even if you're not a fan.
- It eliminates our everyday impurities by helping the body cleanse the liver and kidneys
- It cleanses our body after we have over-indulged ourselves with food or alcohol
- It eliminates bloating and flushes out water weight
- It promotes blood circulation on the skin’s surface which improves skin texture and helps to prevent eczema
- It gives us sustainable energy
After knowing all the good that detox tea does to our body, now, you might be wondering what magical things are blended in it to make it this awesome.
Just scroll down to know more about the most common ingredients in detox tea.
What are the top ingredients found in Detox tea?
Every brand has its own range of detox teas these days and there’s no fixed recipe for preparing detox tea. However, there are a few herbs, spices, roots and fruits that are known for their detoxifying effects on the body. Detox tea can be made from one or more of these ingredients.
1. Indian Sarsaparilla root
The Indian Sarsaparilla root is traditionally used as a herb that provides you with a delicious taste to the root beer. Due to its detoxifying features, it has also been used medicinally as a spring tonic.
- As sarsaparilla contains plant hormones, it supports and balances the heat in our bodies
- It helps in treating psoriasis and other skin diseases, rheumatoid arthritis (RA), and kidney disease
- It is also known for increasing urination to reduce fluid retention and for increasing sweating
2. Ginger root
Ginger root is the underground stem of the plant called Zingiber Officinale. It is widely used in herbal traditions such as healthy peripheral circulation since ancient times. Ayurveda calls Ginger root as a wonder herb as it uses it for a variety of health applications.
- Ginger Root is the best aid for warming up cold hands and feet
- It helps in promoting sweating for the elimination of toxins from the body when needed
- Treats many forms of Nausea, especially morning sickness
- Reduces muscle pains and soreness
- The anti-inflammatory properties of Ginger help in fighting Osteoarthritis
Lemongrass also called citronella is a tall, stalky plant with a fresh, lemony aroma and citrus flavour. It is a great remedy to promote sleep, relieve pain and boost immunity. Lemongrass is used for preparing detox tea as it protects the stomach lining and improves the lipid profile.
- Lemongrass is rich in vitamin A and vitamin C which are essential for naturally great skin and hair
- Its antioxidant properties help in scavenging free radicals in your body that may cause any kind of diseases. Its antimicrobial properties treat oral infections and cavities. Its anti-inflammatory properties reduce the chances of heart stroke
- Lemongrass also helps in lowering cholesterol levels, reducing systolic blood pressure, losing weight
Cardamom is a culinary herb in the ginger family and is uniquely flavoured. This herb has been used since ancient times as an aid to a healthy stomach. When added to the preparation of tea, it helps in maintaining proper health of the digestive system as well as the respiratory system.
- The antioxidant and diuretic properties in Cardamom helps in lowering blood pressure
- It contains cancer-fighting compounds
- Its anti-inflammatory properties protect us from chronic diseases
- It treats bad breath and prevents the formation of cavities
- It aids the treatment of digestive problems including ulcers
5. Black Pepper
Besides being one of the most popular culinary spices in the world, black pepper is also used as herbal medicine since ancient times. It is commonly added to the preparation of tea as it helps in fighting flu causing virus and bacterial infections.
- Black pepper supports digestion
- Black pepper is rich in antioxidants that help in reducing harmful free radicals and helps in fighting cancer
- As a diuretic, it also helps in maintaining water balance in the body
- It improves blood sugar control and lowers cholesterol levels
- Its anti-inflammatory properties help in treating many conditions like arthritis, heart disease, diabetes
6. Long Pepper Berry
Long Pepper Berry also is known as Pippali is a peppercorn which is of approximately one to two inches in length. It is mainly used in Ayurvedic and Chinese herbalism. Long Pepper Berry is also renowned as a beneficial herb that is used in detox tea to supports the digestive and respiratory systems.
- It cleanses the blood in the body
- It improves appetite and aid digestion
- Treats stomach ache, heartburns, indigestion, intestinal gas, diarrhoea, and cholera
- Also helps in fighting lung diseases such as asthma, bronchitis, and cough
7. Chinese Skullcap root
The Baikal skullcap is a plant whose root is used to make medicine. It is believed that the active chemicals in the Skullcap root reduce inflammation, stops tumour growth and also prevent tumour cell reproduction.
- Skullcap helps us in fighting insomnia, anxiety, and paralysis caused by stroke
- It also helps in reducing fever, high cholesterol, Rabies, nervous tensions, skin allergies, spasms, etc.
8. Cinnamon bark
Cinnamon Bark comes from a small evergreen tree. It is generally a native to Sri Lanka but also found in other countries as well. Cinnamon is a sweet, pungent and hot spice that can warm and invigorates the body. It is used as an ingredient in detox tea to promote healthy joints and support the immune function.
- The Cinnamon Bark helps in supporting the function of the respiratory and digestive systems of our body
- It helps in reducing spasms, reducing gas (flatulence), and stimulating the appetite
- It works like insulin to lower blood sugar. Cinnamon Bark also increases blood flow in the body.
9. Forsythia fruit
Forsythia fruit is the dried seed pod of Forsythia Suspensa. It is a lovely bright yellow flowering bush that is among the first spring blooms in many northern climates. Forsythia fruit is native to China which is used in TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) for detoxifying. It is used in the preparation of detox tea to support the kidneys and skin because of its detoxifying properties.
- Forsythia fruit is best known for its detoxifying properties. It treats respiratory infections and supports digestion
- It also treats high blood pressure, diarrhoea, sore throat, and other ailments
- It helps skin build the inflammatory barrier, lower capillary permeability, reduce inflammatory exudate, and thereby eliminate the acne-induced local swelling.
- Forsythia fruit also improves the over-oily skin and then tremendously reduces the possibility of an acne attack because of its inhibitory effect on the secretion of the sebaceous glands.
10. Liquorice root
Liquorice root is a sweet and flavorful herb that has been used for thousands of years. It is still one of the most widely used herbs in all herbal systems. Liquorice is traditionally best known for its support to the skin and the liver. Herbalists always use this root in the form of detox tea to help soothe indigestion and the throat.
- Liquorice root soothes gastrointestinal problems, stomach ulcers, heartburns, etc
- It speeds the repair of the stomach lining and restores pH balance
- Liquorice root reduces stress by giving relief to your adrenaline glands
- Due to its antibacterial properties, it protects your skin and teeth
11. Dandelion root
Dandelion Root is the root of a plant that many of us consider as a pesky yard weed. But it is celebrated as a liver cleanser in the world of herbal medicine. Dandelion root is used traditionally to support the liver and skin.
- Dandelion Root reduces cholesterol and regulates blood sugar
- The beta-carotene in the Dandelion root helps in protecting our body cells for damage
- It helps in reducing inflammation in the body
- It aids weight loss and boosts the immune system
- It keeps skin healthy by protecting it from harmful UV rays and fights skin ageing
12. Japanese Honeysuckle flower
Japanese Honeysuckle is a species of honeysuckle. It is native to eastern Asia. The honeysuckle flower is highly valued in Traditional Chinese medicine, where it is known as winter enduring vine (Ren Dong Teng).
- This cooling herb is used to help in balancing excessive heat in the throat and also support the lungs
- It is also used to improve the overall immune system of the body
- It fights all the digestive disorders including pain and swelling (inflammation) of the small intestine (enteritis)
- It treats upper respiratory tract infections including colds, influenza, swine flu, and pneumonia. (1)
13. Clove bud
Clove Buds belong to the Myrtle family, they are the aromatic dried flower buds of the tree. The name clove is named after the Latin word clavus (nail), as their shape resembles small nails. In ancient Asian herbal traditions, it is widely used as a spice. Cloves have a warming quality that supports circulation and digestion.
- Cloves help in regulating our hunger levels and keep our blood sugar levels in check
- Its anti-inflammatory properties help with arthritis
- Its antibacterial properties help in protecting skin and teeth
14. Juniper Berry extract
A Juniper Berry is a seed cone with unusually fleshy and merged scales that give them a berry-like appearance. In European cuisine, it is used as a spice. In traditional>herbal medicine, the juniper berry is used to support kidney and urinary tract function.
- The Juniper Berry Extract helps in maintaining healthy blood pressure levels that are already within the normal range
- It can be stimulating to the kidneys, supports digestion and soothes intestinal gas
- Its warming and bitter properties can be warming for the joints
Rose hips are small, round and typically in red or orange. They are found just below the rose petals and has a delicate, floral flavour that is slightly sweet. Thanks to the presence of ellagic acid, lycopene, and phenols, rosehip has many benefits including improved immunity, weight loss, heart health, and skin ageing.
16. Rhubarb root
Rhubarb Root also known as Rheum palmatum, is a cold herb. It is traditionally used to support bowel elimination and as a detoxifying herb for the entire body.
- The antidiarrheal effects of the Rhubarb root relieve constipation. The sennosides act as stimulative laxatives
- Rhubarb root is rich in Vitamin K. So, it strengthens the bones and helps prevent osteoporosis
- It helps in reducing bad cholesterol which in turn helps in aiding weight loss
17. Star Anise
Star Anise is one of the unsung heroes of the health and nutrition world. It is a spice made from the fruit of Illicium verum, a Chinese evergreen tree. Because of the major health-promoting compounds like Linalool, Quercetin, Anethole, Shikimic acid, Gallic acid and Limonene in star anise, the Chinese have been using it for medical purposes for thousands of years. Recently, it is also being used in western medical practices.
- Star Anise kills off bacteria and fungus, naturally fights off the flu, boosts heart health, provides a concentrated dose of antioxidants and keeps blood sugar levels steady
- The Shikimic acid in Star Anise contains strong antiviral capabilities that help in treating infections, including herpes simplex type 1
- Also, the anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties present in star anise helps in preventing many common illnesses and infections
18. Gardenia fruit
Initially, Gardenia fruits were only found in China and Japan, but today there are over 200 different species of gardenia (mostly hybrids) throughout the world. The Gardenia Fruit generally used to promote calmness in the body. Apart from that, it is used to support the bladder and maintain a healthy urinary tract.
- Gardenia Fruit is known to fight with several diseases including anxiety, bladder infection, bleeding, depression, fever, constipation etc.
- It also helps in fighting with flu, high blood pressure, trouble sleeping, liver disorders, menopausal symptoms, etc.
19. Lemon Balm
The Lemon Balm, also known as a carminative herb, comes from the same family as mint and is lemon-scented. It is mainly used to improve our mood and cognitive function, but its health benefits don’t stop there. Lemon Balm contains chemicals known as “terpenes” that helps in relaxing muscles and relieving symptoms such as excess gas.
- Lemon Balm relieves stress and reduces anxiety. A study in 2004 shows that taking lemon balm daily helped in easing the negative mood effects of laboratory-induced psychological stress.
- According to a study in 2006, Lemon Balm helps in easing insomnia and other sleep disorders
- It also treats cold sores, relieves indigestion, treats nausea, eases the headache, lessens toothache and minimizes menstrual cramps
20. Mint leaves
Mint belongs to the genus Mentha, which is best known for imparting cooling sensation. It is one of the calming and soothing herbs which is in practice for thousands of years to treat an upset stomach or indigestion. Buy, that not the only benefit, Mint leaves have many other talents too.
- Mint is particularly very rich in Vitamin A which helps in improving eye health and night vision
- Mint leaves also help in improving the common digestive tract disorder, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
- It helps in relieving indigestion, improving brain function, treating cold, etc.
Besides being one of the very sweet-smelling, beautiful and versatile flowers, lavender has many uses ranging from culinary to medical uses. It is believed to have many anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties that help in healing small burns and bug bites.
- Lavender can relieve various kinds of mental and psychological woes including insomnia, depression etc.
- Researchers say that Lavender has the ability to improve restlessness caused by anxiety
- It can also treat common digestive problems like upset stomach, stomach ulcers etc.
22. Lime Flower (Linden)
For hundreds of years, Linden tea has been considered to have the most potent sedative properties. Linden flowers are once believed so effective in treating epilepsy that one could get easily cured simply by sitting under the tree. It is also used to promote sweating to treat feverish colds and infections, to reduce nasal congestion, and relieve throat irritation and cough.
- Lime Flowers can promote relaxation and relieve symptoms of anxiety
- It may help in fighting inflammation, reducing mild pain and lowering blood pressure
- Due to its sedative properties, it helps in promoting good sleep
Ancient geeks and Romans believed that fennel could bring them strength, fortitude and protect them for longer periods. In the middle ages too, during midsummer nights, people used to hung fennel on doorways in order to protect their households from evil spirits.
Even though fennel is now no longer used as a protective decoration, it still has many medicinal benefits and can fight against everything from colics to conjunctivitis.
- Researchers speculated that Fennel seeds have the ability to treat the pain due to the menstrual cycle by keeping the uterus from contracting
- A study in Bangladesh found that fennel seeds at some dosage level reduced blood glucose levels at a rate comparable to that of standard antihyperglycemic medications
- Fennel also helps in hydration, regulating appetite, clearing mucus from the airways, stimulating milk production in nursing women, speeding up digestion, reducing the formation of gas
Apple in the tea blend is quite new in the market but has gained a lot of popularity because of the health benefits it is providing. They are loaded with many essential nutrients and antioxidants which make it more appealing.
- Apple has a positive effect on blood sugar levels inside the body. So, it definitely helps in managing Diabetes
- It improves bone health, heart health, vision, boosts immunity and what not
25. Orange peel
When you read orange peel on this list, you might have wondered what good will it do for you except giving a citrusy flavour to the tea blends? Well, you are wrong there, as the orange peel is more than its flavour and one of the best source of Vitamin C.
- Almost all anti-cholesterol compounds in oranges are found in peels. They help in combating bad cholesterol that forms clots and plaque cumulating in clogged heart arteries. What we say is, you can have a plate full of bacon without guilt if it is served with orange peels as a side dish
- The active chemical compounds in orange peels help prevent and relieve heartburns
- Orange peels are rich in Vitamin C. This helps with numerous respiratory problems like bronchitis, colds, flu, asthma, and lung cancer
Ginseng is one of the most talented herbs that we mix in a tea blend. It has been used for thousands of years as an energy enhancer. It stimulates the immune system, reduces stress and is a great cognitive enhancer supplement.
- Ginseng is rich in active compounds called ginsenosides. They have great healing properties and are the most sought-after natural saponins in nature
- It’s cooling and soothing effects help in relieving pain and discomfort during menstrual cycles
- Ginseng treats hypertension, reduces the risk of cancer, improves digestion, clears the respiratory system, reduces chronic pain and helps in weight loss
27. Hibiscus flowers
Hibiscus plants are best known for their large and colourful flowers. When added to tea, they give you a beautiful deep red colour. It has a sweet and tart flavour similar to cranberries. But does having it in tea offer you any benefits?
- Packed with antioxidants, Hibiscus will protect you from the damage and diseases caused by the buildup of free radicals
- It helps in lowering blood pressure and blood fat levels
- Hibiscus may boost liver health, could promote weight loss and fight bacteria. It also contains compounds that may prevent cancer
Which is the best Detox tea for you?
By now, you should know how important it is to find a detox tea blend with only the most healthy and flavourful ingredients possible. In this blog, we are introducing our four different Detox tea blends ( Shakti Veda, Ananda Veda, Ahimsa Veda, and Prakruthi Vera) that will surely inspire you to try detox tea.
Read on to know about some of the best detox teas that not only have the most beneficial ingredients but also have the perfect taste that will leave you wanting to reach out for the next cup.
As the name itself specifies, Shakthi Veda will boost your energy by balancing your mind and body. Linden and Ginseng in the tea reduce the levels of anxiety while giving you a mental boost which will make you think clearly throughout the entire day. The herbs and Orange peels will tease your senses with a fresh and calming aroma. And no wonder the Apple and Hibiscus notes will add a soothing experience to your tea time.
Add a teaspoon of the blend to one cup of water and boil it at 100 C, the liquid slowly turn into a lovely deep rose colour from a beautiful blue. Then steep it for about 8 to 10 minutes and the detox tea is ready to serve.
Ananda Veda is a purely blissful experience that embraces you with hints of lime, ginger, and lavender while unlocking the inner yogi to relax your mind and body. This tea is best known in aromatherapy and Ayurveda to have calming and soothing properties.
The Lavender and Mint will promote relaxation and calms the entire system. Ananda Veda greets you with the aroma of fresh herbs offering a minty note when brewed to a stunning light copper.
Ahimsa Veda infusion is perfect for one who looks for a regenerative experience. It helps your body to detox and improves your health with its every sip.
The amazing medicinal properties of Star Anise combined with Mint and Lemongrass helps to regenerate the body cells, which in return makes you look lively and youthful than ever.
Prakriti Veda is an exceptional tea infusion that you have never seen before. Rich with Star Anise and Fennel, this tea awakens the flow of natural earth energy. It stimulates digestion while relieving common digestive discomforts such as bloating and gas.
Ginger and Black Pepper reduces gastrointestinal irritation and gives a needed boost to stomach bacteria. Prakruthi Veda seduces you with its sweet caramel and woody fragrance and tastes fresh with a delicate minty note.
So, enjoy our tea blends and feel good about the fact that the tasty beverage you’re consuming every day is guilt-free as it helps you in so many ways.
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