SaniTea™ - Research Brief
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Low USA domestic & international
Indication: body cleanse and body detox.
Actions: providing laxative effect, cleans up gastro-intestinal tract, especially lower intestinal part, has diuretic and choleretic effect, improves digestion, regulates metabolism, suppresses appetite, helps to normalize body weigh.
Ingredients (per one tea bag) - 2.0 g:
Senna (Cassia angustifolia) leaf, Buckthorn (Frangula purshiana) bark, Peppermint (Mentha piperita) leaf, Uva Ursi (Arctostaphylos uva-ursi) leaf, Orange (Citrus sinensis) peel, Rosehips (Rosa rugosa) fruit, Marshmallow (Althea officinalis) root, English Chamomile (Anthemis nobilis) flower.
SaniTea™ - Research Brief:
Detoxification is the way your body get rid of the toxins that accumulate in cell tissue. And make no mistake about it – everyone has body toxins. Why?
Because toxins are naturally produced through your body's everyday functions; cellular activity generates substances that need to be eliminated. Additionally, you're exposed to environmental toxins on a daily basis in the form of air and water pollution, food additives, caffeine, cigarette smoke, pesticides, and a number of other environmental chemicals. Studies suggest that the cumulative effect of such toxins pose a great health risk.
Then there are the microbes that live in your body – intestinal bacteria, yeast, and parasites – that produce metabolic waste products. And if thinking about so many toxins stresses you out, remember that emotional stress itself generates increased biochemical toxicity.
If you're in good health, you generally can handle exposure to a normal level of everyday toxins; your body is built to handle it. The liver, lungs, kidneys, and bowels constantly work together to detoxify every cell, organ and system in your body – the liver reduces your toxic load by changing toxins into compounds that then are eliminated through the lungs (as expelled air), skin (as sweat), kidneys (as urine) and bowels (as feces). That's why it's essential to keep these organs in top shape.
But problems arise when you take in more toxins than your body is able to eliminate. This toxic overload can lead to a wide range of health problems, such as:
• Aches and pains
• Digestive problems
• Allergy-like symptoms
• Depressed immunity
• Skin rashes
• Mood changes
• Sinus congestion
Where do you start?
Basic detoxification usually begins with a change in diet. Drinking filtered or bottled water – plenty of water each day – is a good start, as is eating more fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes, nuts and seeds. Foods that are best to avoid during detoxification include red meats, cured meats, organ meats, canned foods, refined sugar, saturated fats, coffee and other caffeine drinks, and alcohol.
A more wide-ranging detoxification, however, includes nutritional supplementation. Herbs help to detoxify the body, stimulate and cleanse the detoxifying organs, and assist with toxin elimination.
Simple lifestyle changes, too, can help with the ongoing detoxification of your body. Work to reduce stress and emphasize positive emotions. Get plenty of sleep. And get regular exercise – it's a great way to help your body release toxins. You don't have to do anything fancy; walking, jogging, jumping rope, or practicing yoga all can help you in your detoxification efforts. Even something as simple as taking deep breaths to help oxygen circulate more completely through your system can make a difference.