This section is devoted to oils/herbals that have been known to help with various functions of the gut. Medical and FDA Disclosures Below.
“What lies behind you and what lies in front of you, pales in comparison to what lies inside of you.” -Ralph Waldo Emerson
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A lot of these ingredients, along with a lot of other medicinal herbs, can often be found in one tea blend. Teas has been afforded its own category as many of the teas have a plethora of uses and they can not be categorized, by use, with any efficiency.
Gut Health, Detox
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Also used for their detox properties. Also known to assist in weight loss. Often used in “digestion teas.” Please check out our Teas section. (They are very gentle herbs and can assist with many gut problems, however if you are experiencing “wasting” problems, we suggest you exercise caution / moderation when using these.)
More info on the three:
for the gut. Folate is a B vitamin needed to form healthy cells especially red cells. Foods that contain folic acid; spinach, lentils, and garbanzo beans.
broken down / concentrated form of folic acid
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Energizing, cleansing, circulation
Digest + Cleanse:
Young Living Blend product; peppermint, Caraway, Lemon, Ginger and some more.
doTerra Blend; rosemary, cilantro, and juniper Berry, for detoxifying and liver function. And tangerine and geranium for purifying and cleansing.
doTerra Blend; Peppermint, Tarragon, Anise, and Caraway for digestion and stomach upset
Slim and Sassy:
doTerra Blend; Grapefruit, Lemon, Peppermint, Ginger, and Cinnamon for functions of the gut and mood enhancement.
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