Kidney Helper Tea

The Kidney Helper is a loose leaf, caffeine free, herbal tea blended for kidney flow, skin issues, stones, bloating and detox protocols. 

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Find the Relief Your Kidneys Need!

Drink This Tea Blend To...

Strengthen the Kidneys
Your kidneys have too big of a responsibility for them to be weak! Make sure they are properly eliminating your cellular waste. 
Prevent or Shrink Kidneys Stones
Passing stones is a similar pain to child birth! Avoid or shrink these rocks inside of you so you don't have to go through this awful experience. 
Clear Up Your Skin
Your skin is your 3rd kidney! When you're not eliminating properly from your kidneys, it comes out of you skin causing every skin disorder you can think of.
Why Loose Leaf Tea?
  • Herbs have been used for centuries...they're our original medicine
  • Your body will recognize a warm beverage better than capsules, powders or pills
  • Herbs are natural and don't typically have side effects, whereas prescription drugs can have horrible side effects
  • Herbs also have multi-functions & uses which can contribute to your overall health & well-being
  • Having the herbs loose gives them more space to infuse their incredible properties and compounds into the water
  • Each blend is carefully blended by a professional herbalist to create a medicinal masterpiece
  • Drinking a warm beverage is soothing and relaxing to your mind & body

What's in this Tea Blend?

Dandelion Leaf
Dandelion Leaf is known for supporting the kidneys and the liver. It's also very nutritious being a rich source of beta-carotene, vitamin C, potassium, iron, calcium, magnesium, zinc, and phosphorus.
Cornsilk
Cornsilk is used as a medicine. for bladder infections, inflammation of the urinary system, inflammation of the prostate, kidney stones, and bedwetting. It is also used for congestive heart failure, diabetes, high blood pressure, fatigue, and high cholesterol levels.
Celery Seed
Celery Seed has special compounds that make it a great diuretic and remedy to reduce bloating. As a supplier of antioxidant flavonoids and polyphenol phytonutrients, other significant benefits of celery include its ability to improve liver, kidneys, skin, eye and cognitive health
Cleavers
A valuable diuretic, Cleavers is often taken to treat skin problems such as seborrhoea, eczema and psoriasis, and as a general detoxifying agent in serious illnesses such as cancer. It stimulates the lymphatic system and has shown benefit in skin related problems.
Nettles
Nettles has been studied extensively and has shown promise in helping alzheimer's disease, arthritis, asthma, bladder infections, bronchitis, bursitis, gingivitis, gout, hives, kidney stones, laryngitis, multiple sclerosis, PMS, prostate enlargement, sciatica, and tendinitis.

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Frequently Asked Questions...

Q. How do I make the Tea?
You simply scoop out a tablespoon of herbs and dump them in a French Press or a tea filter/bag. Then boil 12 oz of water, preferably distilled water. Then pour the boiling water over the herbs and let it steep (aka infuse, aka brew) for 5 to 30 minutes. The longer you steep, the more medicinal your cup becomes. We recommend using a French Press for more medicinal value, as the leaves have more room to expand. But if you're on the go, you can certainly use tea filters or bags. If you wish to make iced tea, simply add ice to your steeping process.
Q. How long will one container last?
If taken daily, a regular sized container of loose leaf tea lasts for a month. However, it's important to note that 1 tablespoon can be steeped 3x per day! That means a regular container yields 90 cups of tea.
Q. How often should I drink the tea?
In order to create a singular focus in the body, it's important to consume for at least a month straight, drinking 2-3 cups daily. Drinking inconsistently wouldn't yield the results you're looking for.
Q. Is the tea safe to use?
Yes, these are natural, organic and GMO free herbs! However, you should consult with your physician if you're pregnant, nursing or taking prescription drugs. Please remember, herbs are our original medicine...so mixing with other medicines may create some side effects. It's best to take the tea alone.
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