Showing posts with label detoxifying tea. Show all posts
Showing posts with label detoxifying tea. Show all posts

2016-09-15

Daily Detoxification with Ayurveda Routines Suggested


Detoxification
helps your body cleanse and feel vibrant throughout the changing seasons. From yoga exercises to healthy foods, these simple Ayurveda detox rituals can help preserve health and balance throughout the year. Integrate these Ayurveda practices into your daily routine to relax, rejuvenate, and get energized – every day.




1. Dry Brush
The dry brushing removes dead skin and is believed to stimulate circulation and the lymphatic system, which is important for cleansing and strengthening the immune system. Brush toward the heart to go with the body's natural direction of lymph flow.

Recommended:
Body Brush 100% Natural Dry Brushing Exfoliator (2 Pack) by One Planet

2. Abhyanga Massage
Daily self-massage with warm oil, an ayurveda practice known as an Abhyanga, is one of the best ways to restore balance of the doshas and push ama, or toxins, out of the tissues and into the digestive system for elimination.

Suggested Reading:

Read more on Basic Principles of Ayurvedic Massage

Suggested Products:
Kama Ayurveda Organic Sesame Oil.
This organic oil can be used for your daily oil massage, abhyanaga.

3. Detox Tea

While most herbal teas are known for their powerful antioxidant properties, those made with herbs like burdock and yellow dock also support liver detoxification and cleansing. Other cleansing herbs include red clover, milk thistle, dandelion root, and green rooibos.

Suggested: Organic India Tulsi Ginger Tea
The company works with Indian farmers to produce this organic tea.

4. Spices
Spices not just add flavor to food, spices like black pepper, turmeric, coriander, cumin, ginger, and mustard seeds can improve digestion and help the body rid itself of toxins.

Suggested Reading:
Learn about various health benefits of herbs and spices

5. Neti Pot
Neti, the practice of nasal cleansing, has been used for thousands of years in ayurvedic medicine to alleviate sinus and allergy problems. The Neti Pot cleanses and protects the nasal passages, which in turn protect the body from illness.

Suggested:
Banyan Botanicals Nasal Rinse Cup


6. Detox with 4-day Ayurvedic cleanse routine with Khichadi
Learn How to prepare Khichdi
with Dr. Ajit from Planet Ayurveda.

Suggested:
Sattvic Organic & Natural Instant Khichdi Mix

7. Tongue Cleaner RoutineIn ayurveda, tongue scraping is believed to rid the tongue of undigested ama(toxins), the underlying cause of many health issues. Scrape gently from back to front, using 7–14 strokes.

Suggested:
Banyan Botanicals Tongue Cleaner

Improves oral hygiene, helps prevent bad breath, removes odor producing bacteria on the tongue.


9. Stoke the Digestive Fire: A Detoxifying Yoga Exercise Sequence34 Minute Detox Ritual - Twisting For Detoxification Yoga sequence, is meant to stoke the digestive fire. While practicing, keep the breath deep and rhythmic to stimulate circulation. If you want to lengthen your practice, 
we recommend beginning with 
3 to 6 rounds of your favorite variation 
of Sun Salutations.

2014-05-22

Mixed Herbs Tea to Eliminate Water Retention


There are many herbs that have excellent diuretic properties and that may help you out with your fluid retention. However, it is not possible to have all of them at once. Find out a very effective herbal tea recipe which uses small quantities of such herb that have diuretic and detoxifying properties. Make this tea for your bloating problem.

Get this:
Parsley- 1 bunch
Blackberry leaf (chopped)- 1
Dandelion leaf (chopped)- 1
Cherry stems- 10
Celery tops- ½ tsp
Couch grass- ½ tsp
Corn silk- ½ tsp
Fennel seeds- ½ tsp
Boiling water- 1 liter

If using dried herbs, take 3 parts of parsley and 1 part each of the other herbs.

Do this:
  1. Place all the herbs in a large pot.
  2. Pour boiling water over the mixed herbs.
  3. Cover and steep for about 10 minutes.
  4. Strain and have the tea through out the day at least for one day.