Blending Herbs for Detoxification: Detox Ayurveda Green Tea

Detox TeaDid you wake up with the words “never again” in your head, yet again? Partying is hard. It’s not for the weak-hearted. After a long weekend of self-induced decadence, your body feels like a battleground of bad chemicals. Your system aches like a toxic highway.

It’s a bright Monday morning and you wake up with hazy memories of dares and do’s, and feeling like an old truck battery with corroding acid. You look for syrup and tablets to ease the inner rebellion. But to use chemicals to subdue a chemical reaction seems like a terrifying idea. So, how do you go about it? How to detox easily? But first, let’s address the most important question …

What is Detox?

Detox or detoxification is the physiological removal of toxic substances from your body by the liver. Toxic elements get accumulated within your system due to your less than healthy lifestyle and haphazard eating/drinking habits. In serious cases, you’ll need to medically decontaminate, use antidotes or undergo dialysis. But daily detoxing, using natural remedies, is a healthy way to prevent critical damage.

Four Herbs that Help You Detox:

Ayurveda is like our grandmothers’ original health store. There are the herbs and leaves found in nature that help maintain physio-chemical balance. They counteract the unhealthy lifestyle choices and boost our ability to get rid of the evil toxic substances.

Krishna/Rama/Vana Tulsi

In Ayurveda, Tulsi is known as the ‘queen of all herbs’. The first stage in the process of blood detoxification is the initial breakdown of the toxin by a family of iron-dependent enzymes. As a byproduct, free radicals are produced. Due to their reactivity, they can cause cell damage (oxidative reaction). Tulsi has Vitamin C and other antioxidants such as ‘Eugenol’ that help to neutralize and eliminate these reactive free radicals.

It facilitates blood circulation by mild blood-thinning. It is known to protect organs and tissues against chemical stress from industrial pollutant and heavy metals. It is also alkaline forming and therefore keeps a check on acid formation during temporary cleansing process.


Lemongrass is an aromatic shrub that is used for its antiseptic, antibacterial and antiviral properties. It contains powerful antioxidants, citral oil and loads of vitamin C.

Active ingredients such as myrcene and citronellol helps improve the immune system. Their diuretic (increase in urination) property helps detoxify pancreas, kidneys, bladder and the digestive tract. It may also boost liver function and lower uric acid level.

Turmeric Root

The yellow colour in turmeric is due to the agent ‘Curcumin’. It stimulates the production of bile by the gallbladder. The liver uses bile to get rid of toxins. It protects the bile ducts by improving the flow. It encourages peristaltic action in the intestines to regulate bowel movement.

Black Pepper

Black pepper is an important healing spice in Ayurveda. ‘Trikatu’, an important herbal preparation used in many ancient formulations is made using long pepper, ginger, and black pepper.

It has cleansing and antioxidant properties (prevents damage from free radicals) and helps in relaying the benefits of other herbs to different parts of the body (bioavailability enhancer). It has an active compound called piperine that helps to curb oxidative stress in cells.

The Perfect Blend

If you are wondering how to induct these herbs in your lifestyle seamlessly, your worries are already taken care of. Tea Aroma uses these four miracle herbs (along with premium green tea) and blends them with 9 other beneficial plants to create the perfect brew as the Detox Ayurveda Green Tea. Let us live the good life by imbibing good habits.

Tea Aroma brings to you the elixir of life that will relegate your toxic problems as a scare of the past. Enjoy good health. Enjoy good life. Say Hello to a great morning after each night of merrymaking.

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