Liver Cleanse Tea
Proper liver function is essential to overall health as your liver helps remove waste products, processes various nutrients, and aids in the absorption of vitamins. Gaia Herbs Liver Cleanse Tea contains a harmonious blend of herbs traditionally used for maintaining a healthy liver and supporting your body's natural cleansing process.
- Made with Licorice root, Dandelion, Chinese Skullcap, Rooibus, and Peppermint essential oil.
- Herbs traditionally used for maintaining a healthy liver and supporting your body's natural cleansing process.
- This tea helps in those times when you occasionally overdo it with food and drink.
Purity-Tested, Vegan, Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Soy-Free
Liver & Cleanse Support
Adults pour one cup of freshly boiled water over tea bag and steep, covered, for 10 minutes. Drink daily as needed. Also try Gaia Herbs Liver Cleanse Liquid Phyto-Caps®.
If you have a medical condition or take medications, please consult with your doctor before using this product. Licorice should not be taken if you have kidney or liver disease, hypertension, edema, excessive potassium depletion or during pregnancy. Consult with your practitioner if breast-feeding. Keep away from children.
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