It is almost impossible to avoid toxins; they’re pervasive, almost everywhere. From the food we eat to the air we breathe, our immune system is in a constant battle to rid of them. What’s more alarming is that toxins build up over time, causing a person to feel fatigued and experience hormonal imbalances or skin disorders, which are all attributed to an overburdened liver.

Luckily, there are a lot of beneficial herbs capable of detoxifying from within and will support the kidneys and liver in flushing waste from the body. A cozy cup of tea will work wonders, but you can also find the herbs as convenient powders, liquids, and powders in stores.

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Dandelion

A dandelion tea #Detox or a dandelion tea cleanse is made from the root of the common dandelion plant, which is part of the Asteraceae family. There are several species of dandelion, but the most common is Taraxacum officinale.

For those feeling lethargic and bloated, dandelion tea made from its leaves or roots can relieve constipation, soothe an upset stomach, shed water in weight, and help your liver release toxins while your sleep. Besides tea, you can opt for root capsule or simply get some young leaves to spruce up your salad.

Wheatgrass

Wheatgrass has a high nutritional content, which includes the nine essential amino acids, vitamins and essential minerals – so much that it would require 2.5 pounds of vegetables to reach the similar content of 1 ounce of wheat grass, according to Dr.

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Rajeev Sharma in his book, “Improve Your #Health With Wheatgrass and Grains.”

The easiest way to enjoy all these health benefits is to take it as juice. One or two ounces a day is all you’ll need to give you a blast of energy and supply you with its many healing benefits.

Aloe Vera

Aloe vera juice can be used to treat a myriad of conditions, including improving digestion, helping to detox the body, and treating skin conditions. It can be an important all-natural supplement to a healthy lifestyle when used correctly.

The best way include aloe vera as part of a detox diet is to drink the juice. #Aloe Vera Juice has mild laxative properties, can cleanse the colon and help with cell regeneration. Along with wheatgrass and spirulina powder, it is considered an essential superfood that could form a part of any detox diet.

One of the best things you can do to support your body’s detoxification process is to lighten its load and decrease the toxins you put in your body in the first place. Choose organic vegetables and fruits over fast food and other processed foods. Moreover, say yes to exercise. The skin is capable of removing metals like arsenic, lead and mercury through sweat. So exercising would not only help you in staying fit and healthy, but would help you get rid of the unwanted toxins.