A digestive-friendly, floral liver detox tea that supports your liver with delicious herbs and spices.
If you can believe it, I’ve been making this recipe since college! It’s definitely one of my favorites. The liver is one of the hardest-working organs in the body. We want to give it all the love and support it needs through nutrient-dense whole foods and supportive herbs.
This Love Your Liver Iced Tea is the perfect way to do just that!
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Due to its gingerol content, ginger is known for its amazing antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. This can result in a decrease in free radical activity, which helps to prevent certain disease states over time.
Ginger has been valued for its soothing properties for years. It can be used to help aid nausea as well as vomiting as needed. Plus, it can help stimulate those digestive enzymes we need to digest our food well!
Simply assemble your tea bags in a pitcher of your choice, and pour four cups of boiling water over top. Next, let it steep for about 10 minutes. Repeat this same process a total of three times to create a large batch of Love Your Liver Iced Tea!
There are a couple of tips you should keep in mind that will help you out a bit when assembling this tea.
This recipe takes little to no prep work or time to assemble, so it’s a great way to add some variety to your fluids for the week without slowing you down! Take some time at the beginning of the week to make a few batches, so you’re all set and ready to go for the week ahead.
To make large batches of iced tea, I’ll typically put all the tea bags in a French press. It holds much more water and ensures that if any of the tea bags burst, it catches the loose leaves.
This tea is a great source of flavor factors and nutrients, meaning it will add a boost of enjoyment and excitement to any meal!
You can have it alongside any Foundational Five meal that you’d like. It goes great with our Bright Balanced Spring Salad! With that said, you can always simply enjoy the tea alone if you’d prefer.
If you’re pregnant or taking any prescribed medications, I would highly suggest touching base with your physician before consuming any potent herbs. They can help you check to make sure the herbal components won’t have any negative interactions!
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