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purity

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detox tea

Cleanse and repair with this refreshing citrus blend. An advanced detox, Purity reinvigorates the mind and body by promoting healthy liver and kidney function. When life moves fast, this is a self-care ritual you can always squeeze in.

Inspired by the ancient traditions of our ancestors, NEAKITA offers unique tea blends designed for radiant health, sensual indulgence + complete vitality. Each blend is filled with the finest raw botanicals the earth has to offer - organic, fair trade and ethically wild harvested. In honor of a truly regenerative system, a tree is planted for every purchase you make.

Ingredients: Taraxacum officinale (dandelion leaf), Urtica dioica (nettle), Cymbopogon citratus (lemongrass), Trifolium pratense (red clover), Citrus x limon (lemon peel), Myrtus communis (myrtle leaf), Zingiber officinale (ginger), Mentha piperita (peppermint)

92 grams (3.2 ounces) 32 servings

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ACTIVE INGREDIENTS:

Dandelion Leaf: stimulates digestion and is excellent for a poor liver and for general detoxification and recuperation. This is a nourishing leaf that increases circulation throughout the body. Contains vitamin A and C and many trace minerals and is especially high in potassium. 

Nettle: has been used for centuries for its medicinal properties. The Greek physician Dioscorides used it for detoxification. The 16th century herbalist John Gerard used it as an antidote to poison. Stinging nettle is strengthening for the body and iron rich. Wonderful for anemia treatment, nourishing and building and good to take during pregnancy. Stinging nettle is known to treat lethargy, weakness and feelings of heaviness in the body. 

Lemongrass:  is a tall, aromatic grass. It has a strong refreshing citrus smell that has many aromatherapy and domestic uses. Lemongrass has a tonic effect on the nervous system and the body in general. It is also a painkiller and antidepressant, good for headaches, lethargy, symptoms of stress and beneficial for muscular pain and poor muscle tone. It has fever-reducing properties and helps the immune system to fight infections.

Lemon Peel: The ancient Greeks and Romans included lemon in their medicine chest and it has a history of use in European folk medicine. Lemons are rich in Vitamins C and B and have a cleansing effect on the digestive system. Also a blood purifier, lemons improve the body's ability to expel toxins. Lemons counteract acidity in the body and are useful for skin acne. Antibacterial and anti fungal, lemons are excellent for stopping the progression of infections, and controlling bladder and kidney infections. On an emotional level, lemons alleviate depression and indecision.

Ginger: native to India, where the ancient Ayurvedics used it as a digestive aid and for it's ability to stimulate every tissue of the body and increase circulation. Ginger is highly effective where the illness is due to poor assimilation. Ginger is pain relieving, antiseptic, and antioxidant, valuable for treating colds, sore throats and congestion. It also eases coughing and because it promotes sweating, it can be useful for flu.

Peppermint: one of the most popular herb teas in the world. Refreshing and stimulating, peppermint tones and settles the digestive system. It relieves indigestion, diarrhea, nausea, stomach cramps, and travel sickness. It also helps to tone the liver, intestines and the nervous system. It is valuable in the treatment of bronchitis, colds and flu and it can reduce fevers by inducing sweating and cooling the body. Peppermint is a painkiller, beneficial for toothaches, headaches and some migraines. 

Neakita’s herbal blends are designed with the intention of naturally alleviating, healing and reducing ailments and symptoms. These blends are not intended to replace regular prescription medication. Please consult your medical practitioner if you are pregnant, nursing or have serious health conditions or concerns.

References:
Shealy, N.C. (2002) The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Healing Remedies, Hammersmith, London: Harper Collins Publishers.