Pesticide/Herbicide/Fungicide Detox Loose Leaf Tea

Pesticide/Herbicide/Fungicide Detox Loose Leaf Tea - Naturacentric

Pesticide/Herbicide/Fungicide Detox Loose Leaf Tea

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Pesticide/Herbicide/Fungicide Detox Tea Blend                                                                    (Adapted Medical Medium Recipe)

*This detoxifying tea blend removes chemicals stored in our body. Our bodies are constantly being exposed to pesticides, herbicides and fungicides from the foods that we eat. These herbs promote a gentle detox.

Flavor: Zingy, Earthy, Lemony 

Pairs: well with Ginger, Lemon, Orange, Turmeric & All plain honeys.

Weight: 2.5 oz 

Brew Instructions: 1-3 tsp of tea in 8oz of hot water
Steep for 3-7 minutes or until desired strength is reached.

We Never Use Artificial/ Natural Flavors in our tea blends. What you taste is only the herbs listed below. 

Ingredients: Burdock Root, Red Clover, Lemon Verbena, & Ginger Root.


*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. For educational purposes only.


Extra Information

One billion pounds of conventional pesticides are used annually in the US, according to the latest EPA data available. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA), which monitors residues in food, found tested samples very rarely exceeded limits on pesticides and other chemicals, which the EPA says are calculated on “reasonable certainty of no harm”.

Residues are in up to 70% of produce sold in the US, according to the latest annual analysis of US Department of Agriculture (USDA) data by the health advocacy group Environmental Working Group.

Some persistent pesticides have been found to concentrate in the milk and meat of farmed animals through contaminated animal feed, various researchers around the world have found, as well as in fish in contaminated waters. A 20-year study by the US Geological Survey, for example, found pesticides at levels potentially harmful to aquatic life in 60% of the country’s rivers and streams in agricultural areas (that figure jumps to 90% in urban areas).
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