Red Clover: Nourishing and restorative, red clover is a perennial within the pea family, which farmers often use as cover crops to fix nitrogen in the soil. Its action on the body is known for its ability to support healthy skin, making it an excellent choice for a gentle daily detox routine.*
Urban Moonshine Digestive Bitters are liquid plant extracts made with bitter plants to support the digestive system. When you taste the challenging flavor of bitterness, you strengthen your digestive response and enhance the secretion of the body’s natural digestive juices, which helps to support the digestion of food and stimulate your liver’s natural detoxification processes.*
Best Herbs to Support Your Natural Detoxification Systems.
Additionally, our high-stress lives can be ‘toxic’ to our bodies by creating overly acidic blood which many naturopaths believe is the forerunner to disease. Detoxing the major internal organs can help treat chronic illness, allergies, skin conditions and other symptoms of poor health.
The bowel is arguably the most important place to start, as it is, to put it bluntly, our sewage system, and needs to be kept clear to work efficiently. The liver appreciates periodic cleansing too: sparkling eyes and a happier disposition are the outward signs of an unburdened liver. Our other channels of elimination, the kidneys, lungs and skin, also benefit from a detox.
Simple Ways to Incorporate These Herbs into Your Life.
Our skin, liver, kidneys, digestive tract, and lymphatic system all have important parts to play in maintaining a balanced input and output flow. Incredibly, nature has provided us with a natural apothecary of plants that are unique enough from one another to support these various organs. From skin health to liver support, there’s an herb that’s right for you.*
If you are looking for a few simple ways to introduce some of these herbs into your life, herbal teas and tinctures are a great place to start.