Orange peel infusions are said to aid in digestion. They're also wonderfully warming, satisfying substitutes for other, less detox-friendly beverages. Boil orange peel on its own, or add it to your tea as it brews.
You probably know about the health benefits of tea (hello, antioxidants!), but are the health claims around detox teas legit?
*Note: We are not physicians. Do not take this article as medical advice. Consult with a physician or herbalist before taking these if you have any health issues, are pregnant/lactating or have had adverse reactions to herbs in the past. Use as directed by a reliable source. Whenever possible, brew fresh, high-quality herbs and teas.
We're wary of any trend that involves detoxing with just a drink. By now, we're all pretty aware that liquid diets can't sustain our active bodies for very long, and most of the drinks celebrities swear by have little actual detoxifying effects. But a teatox, or tea detox or tea cleanse, is a gentler approach to the whole idea, namely because it involves adding a few herbal cups to your existing, healthy diet-instead of replacing meals entirely.