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Detox Herbs To Remove Toxins

Updated on August 17, 2014

What Detox Herbs Can Cleanse The Body

Detox Herbs can be used to help remove harmful toxins from your body and can be used to cleanse a specific part of the body such as your colon or bowel.If you have a diet that contains mostly processed foods and eat a lot of meat you will have toxins that have accumulated in your body and may effect your health.

Usually our bodies can naturally remove toxins but over time it can put stress on our vital organs such as the liver and kidneys.This is when help is needed to remove them.For best results it is best to go on a natural cleanse without using any harmful chemicals.

Detox Herbs can be taken as a tea or in supplement form.By taking herbs you are not only removing toxins but also improving your immune system to help prevent disease.

Symptoms of Toxin Overload In The Body

Here are some symptoms you may experience if your body has too many toxins.By doing a body cleanse you will improve your health and boost your immune system.

Headaches

Allergies

Rashes

Flu like symptoms

Digestive problems

Insomnia

Asthma

Fatigue

Acne

Once you experience any of these symptoms it is important to get rid of these harmful toxins and this can be done in many ways such as going on a body cleansing diet and using detox herbs. Once you have completed a cleansing diet you will gain more energy, better skin, better digestion and also a clearer mind.

Before taking any type of natural herbs, it is important to consult your doctor or nutritionist first as your body may be sensitive to some detox herbs. Herbs can also interfere with some prescribed medications as well.

Why Do We Need To Detox The Body?

Today's environment and also some of the foods that we eat can cause our body to become tired and our organs do not work as well as they usually do. Although our liver and kidney can filter out and remove toxins in the body, they sometimes need some help getting rid of these impurities from the body.

Eating a healthy balanced diet can help reduce toxins being absorbed into the body from the food that we eat, which is why it is important to reduce the amount of foods that contain a lot of additives.

By choosing a cleansing program that is gentle on the body and will not cause any uncomfortable side effects is the best way to cleanse the body very effectively. By using herbs and organic ingredients, you can detox the body and gain better health.

Herbs That Remove Toxins

Milk Thistle
Milk Thistle

Milk Thistle

Milk thistle is used as a liver tonic and can help protect the liver from damage from toxins, it can also help remove toxins.Milk Thistle is also a antioxidant and help remove alcohol,drugs and chemicals that enter your body.

Dandelion

Dandelion
Dandelion

Dandelion Roots

Dandelion Roots are great for cleansing your body especially your liver.This herb also helps with circulation and strengthening your arteries.

Yarrow

Yarrow Flowers
Yarrow Flowers

Yarrow

Yarrow helps cleanse the blood and helps the kidneys remove waste from the body.It also can aid the mucous membranes and improve function of the liver.

Ginger Root

Ginger
Ginger

Ginger Root.

Ginger Root is a great cleanser for the skin,bowels and kidneys.Ginger is good for the digestive system and can releive gas and bloating, it also has anti imflamatory properties.

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    • sfshine profile image

      sfshine 

      5 years ago from Michigan

      Informative hub. We really need to remove toxins from our body and get balanced.

    • stars439 profile image

      stars439 

      8 years ago from Louisiana, The Magnolia and Pelican State.

      very informative hub.GBY

    • edguider profile image

      edguider 

      9 years ago

      Now I know why I get all those headaches, toxins overload. Very useful hub, thanks!!!

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