Detoxing and Purifying The Blood
Herbs and Superfoods to Cleanse the Blood
Cleaning the blood removes toxins, fungus, bacteria, and viruses from the bloodstream, and it improves circulation. Cleaning the liver helps it to do its job in screening the blood for fungus, bacteria, viruses, and toxins. Cleaning the kidneys also help them to more efficiently remove waste from the blood. Herbs can be used to stimulate the liver and kidneys to assist in this process.
I Use the Following to Cleanse My Blood
The herbs listed have been used in herbal remedies for centuries. Though they are natural they should be respected and taken in the prescribed amounts. You should consult with a health care provider if you are concerned how you will interact with the herbs. Many herbs should not be taken during pregnancy and if you are pregnant are nursing you should consult with your health care provider before taking herbs.
Burdock root is a diurectic and forces increases urination and helps the kidneys to to remove toxins from the blood.
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An algae that binds to heavy metals and removes them from the blood.
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A natural spice that binds to heavy metals and removes them from the blood.
Dandelion is a diurectic and forces urination to flush waste flush the kidneys. It promotes bile production to to remove heavy metals and toxins from the body.
Garlic is an antioxidant that is believed to lower LDL (Low Density Lipo Protein),bad cholesterol, in the blood.
Ginger increases circulation by thinning the blood.
Goji Berry Juice
Goji berries are an antioxidant with promote proper red and white blood cell functioning.
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Milk Thistle has been used for centuries to treat liver disorders. Used to treat liver cirrhosis and hepatitis (liver inflammation).
Sarsaparilla is a diurectic and forces increases urination and is used by herbalists to treat liver and skin conditions.
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