Though nobody was prepared for the effects of the current pandemic, it’s possible to have some naturally healing herbs and spices that can help detoxify body at home, which help to cleanse system and stay strong.
Did you know that herbs are among one of the most effective home remedies for detoxification or boosting digestion? They are loaded with essential oils that can benefit the body in numerous ways. Moreover, they are powerful sources of antioxidants, and come with anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory properties. Here are some herbs that are best known to aid detoxification
 
Neem: Neem leaves maybe extremely bitter in taste, but they are excellent for your liver and also boost digestion. Consuming neem leaves on a daily basis is known to destroy bacteria and other harmful microorganisms in the intestinal tract and cleanse the colon, further facilitating smoother digestion. It is replete with antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antiseptic, and anti-viral properties.
 
Mint: Mint has high levels of antioxidants and helps in digestion. Drinking mint tea cleanses the stomach and helps with irritated bowel syndrome. It acts as a cooling ingredient for the skin and helps deal with skin irritation. It helps with teeth whitening, fights bad breath and is an excellent blood cleanser, detoxifying the body from within.
 
Triphala: Along with its many healing and nourishing properties, triphala is a mild but effective laxative with great detoxification properties. Triphala is an Ayurvedic herbal formula consisting of equal parts of Amalaki, Bibhitaki and Haritaki. Every night at least one hour after supper, take 1/2 to 1 teaspoon of triphala. Add about 1/2 cup of boiling water to the triphala powder, and let it steep for 10 minutes or until it has cooled down, then drink it.
 
Cilantro: This common herb contains detoxifying, antibacterial and immune enhancing essential oils, and can help remove heavy metals from the body. Cilantro also aids digestion, fights nausea and stomach cramps, balances blood sugar levels, and is mildly laxative. Sprinkle it over your food, or add it to your juices for a detox drink.
 
Milk Thistle
Milk Thistle is the best herb for supporting liver function. Its active compound, silymarin, has been clinically proven to stabilize cellular membranes and stimulate detoxification pathways. It also has anti-inflammatory effects, and some studies suggest that it may even help the liver regenerate tissue.
 
Turmeric
It protects the liver from incoming toxins through its potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. It has a particular affinity for the liver and is therefore used in most detoxification programs. Like milk thistle, it may soften stools. Turmeric has been shown to increase the production of bile by over 100 percent, making it a powerful aid to toxin excretion (phase two). Note: If there is any indication of bile duct obstruction, this herb should not be administered.
Holy basil-also known as Tulsi is considered a tonic for the body, mind and spirit. Its fresh flowers are used for bronchitis, its leaves and seeds with black pepper for malaria and the whole plant for diarrhea, nausea and vomiting
These herbs are easily available in the market, and can be used regularly to cleanse the body of toxins. Add them to your food or make detox drinks for maximum benefits.
Detox are beneficial once in a while.

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