Best Herbs for Cleansing Your Body

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(NaturalHealth365) Dr. Cynthia Foster reveals the best cleansing herbs to help remove toxins from your liver, kidneys and other organs in the body to support optimal health.  Simply put, detoxification is an absolute must – especially when you consider the sheer volume of chemicals we are exposed to, on a daily basis.

Dr. Foster lists the specific herbs that can assist in cleansing and detoxing to reduce inflammation, get rid of infection, and remove toxins from your body.  Keep in mind, when the body is not able to do this (effectively) – that’s when the immune system gets compromised and the risk of disease goes up.

Discover the 3 best cleansing herbs for overall great health

1. Dandelion: This commonly available bitter herb is great for detoxifying the liver and kidneys.  And, you can put this into salads or juice it with other vegetables and a bit of apple for a great cleansing tonic.

2. Corn silk.  Just one word of caution – be sure to purchase organic, non-GMO corn, when peeling off the corn silk to use for detoxification.

3. Burdock root.  This “warming” Ayurvedic herb is great for skin, liver and kidney health.  You can try making it into a tea or cook it with other vegetables like carrots and onions.

As you continue to watch the video, Dr. Foster gives out 2 “bonus” herbs to help clean out the body.  Be sure to hear what she has to say about peppermint and ginger root.  This is really valuable information for anyone dealing with digestive cramps, bloating or constipation.

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Bottom line: if you have digestive problems or just want to improve the detoxification pathways of your body – this video is loaded with some great health tips.  Enjoy!

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25 Comments

  • Nikki says:

    Wow! Loving these great ideas and facts! Some I never even heard of before. Love the ideas for the teas too! I am sharing this with friends and family. Thanks for the great interview.

  • Nikki says:

    Thanks for the great interview.*

  • Jacqui says:

    Thank you, greatly appreciate all this valuable information, am trying hard to improve my diet, especially when I am taking some medications, that are not good for the liver, and the problem probably initially started due to poor body functions. Thanking you again greatly appreciated. Stay safe 🙏🌹👍

  • Juddy Henry says:

    What advice can you give for cataract

  • Juddy Henry says:

    Very beneficial information thanks again

  • Camelia Nan says:

    Thank you for offeing us so much information for free! They are of great use for me to know haw to take care of my liver.

  • Carolyn says:

    Oxypowder a wonderful cleanser. Thanks for other tips

    • Mary Hoard says:

      I used to have a horrible problem. Eventually went on an elimination diet (ate only fruits, veggies) when my body started functioning I then added protein. Slowly added foods one item at a time. Found food allergies that affected me. Cannot tolerate iodine which is in almost everything processed. Called carogeenan sp?. I eat almost no processed foods. Ice cream only a few spoons. It’s a long journey but you can eventually find what your body tolerates.

  • Beth Hopper says:

    I have been taking a really strong herbal remedy for my bowel that has never worked in it’s own. It is made up of various herbs, the main one being senna. I have to take seven times the adult dose for it to work. Nobody has yet been able to help me! Can you offer any suggestions – it has to be something really strong – not for someone with “occasional constipation” I have suffered for over 55 years!

  • Demeter says:

    Make your own fermented ginger beer to augment the ginger beer. Delicious and healthy.
    When I was a kid there was a fizzy drink made with burdock root, so fermented (homemade) drink with burdock root could be interesting and healthful.

    • Hannah Rose says:

      that’s an interesting idea. A few summers ago I was using “water kefirs” to ferment ginger tea. Maybe I should have added burdock root to the tea. Anyway I have it now, and it’s the season for hot teas, not cold.

  • Sharon says:

    My friend likes this beet juice cleanse which I’m going to try https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y1VmG1cv_Ec&feature=youtu.be

  • Hannah Rose says:

    Also wanted to say I had never heard of using cornsilk to detox. It is unfortunately well past corn harvest here where I live, and this will have to wait another year. I am not sure of getting organic corn at the farmers’ market, though, as so few find it financially worthwhile to grow (in this area). These are just small business people, not large corn-growing enterprises (that you want to stay away from, anyway). I wonder if Cornsilk is to be found, loose, in a health food store?

  • Toni says:

    So are both dandelion leaves & dandelion root both good for the liver, or should one consume one or another?

  • Dr. Hellen says:

    I had the best experience with bitter gourd and amla.

  • Thank you very much for this great information.It is much appreciated.Trudy.

  • Glenda says:

    Grateful and love all your powerful interviews!

    Thank you, and Yahuah, God bless.

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