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Herbs to Help Relieve Stress and Encourage Healthy Weight Loss
Many women overeat because they are stressed out or emotional about something going on in their lives. They find comfort in food and eat even when they are not really hungry. Usually their food choices are sugars and carbs which causes weight gain. This can lead to even more stress which leads to more emotional eating…it’s a vicious cycle!
How do we solve this problem?
This is where DIY Slim Assist Adaptogen Tea comes in!
Herbs can help nourish the body and bring harmony. They can aid digestion and elimination, help balance hormones, relieve stressed organs, and gently detox the body.
The herbs chosen for this particular blend are:
DIY Slim Assist Adaptogen Tea – For Managing Weight and Stress
2 parts Nettle
1 part Chickweed
1/2 part Dandelion Leaf
1/2 part Ashwagandha Root
1/2 part Shatavari Root
1/4 part Marshmallow Root
1/4 part Slippery Elm Bark
1/4 part Sweet Cinnamon Chips
1/4 - 1/2 parts Orange Peel
1/4 part Fennel Seed
While this blend is gentle enough to drink daily, it’s best used as a 21-30 day detox type tea. Drink 1-4 cups daily while cutting back on sugar and refined carbs (like bread, muffins, cakes, etc.).
Don’t want to make it yourself? Buy it from my 90210 Organics Shop!
Be nourished. Be Happy. Enjoy!
All of these herbs are also available at Mountain Rose Herbs or the Bulk Herb Store.
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Disclaimer: I am an herbalist but I am not a medical doctor or nurse. The above statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. Information presented here is not intended to be construed as medical advice or to prevent, treat, or cure any disease. Please check with your health care provider if you are taking any prescription medication. I am not responsible for misuse of herbs by consumer. Drinking this tea is not a guarantee of weight loss. Individual results may vary.