Alkaline Essentials Herbs for Cleansing and Purifying the Blood
November 11, 2018
Alkaline Essential Herbs for Cleansing and Purifying the Blood
Blood cleanser herbs are used to detoxify and cleanse the blood of impurities while nourishing the blood.
1. Burdock Root
How to use: Burdock root is edible and when fresh, can be used in soups, steamed with vegetables and in general cooking. Dried burdock root is best made into a tea.
Uses: It is also used to cleanse the lymphatic system, detoxify the liver, balance hormones, reduce inflammation, improve skin health, aids digestion, cancer, gastrointestinal (GI) complaints and lower blood pressure.
2. Dandelion Root
How to use it: Make tea with fresh or dried dandelion leaves or dandelion root.
Uses: It is also used as a skin toner, blood tonic, for kidney and liver support, as a digestive tonic, for diabetes, high blood pressure, cancer, constipation, and also balances the beneficial bacteria in the intestines.
3. Yellow Dock
How to use: Yellow dock root is best taken as a tea.
Uses: It is also used for respiratory conditions, sexually transmitted diseases (STD), bacterial infections, lymph cleansing, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and menstrual problems.
How to use: Sarsaparilla root can be made into a tea.
Uses: It is also used detoxify the liver, help relieve psoriasis and other skin conditions, rheumatoid arthritis, kidney disease, fluid retention, for increasing sweating, and treating syphilis. Sarsaparilla is also high in iron.
5. Red Clover
How To Use: The flowers and leaves are used to brew into a tea.
Uses: Red Clover is also used for improving blood circulation, reducing the possibility of blood clot and arterial plaques, breast health, hot flashes/flushes, PMS, benign prostate hyperplasia, lowering cholesterol and also helps to prevent osteoporosis.
How to use: Add to your soups, salads, pasta or stew. It can also be used to make teas.
Uses: It is also used for intestinal gas, kidney conditions, fluid retention, head colds, stomach spasms, loss of appetite and worm infections.
How to use: Brew into a tea or make elderberry syrup
Uses: It is also used to treat colds, influenza and fevers of all kinds. It is a general systemic cleanser.
8. Stinging Nettle
How to use: Stinging nettle leaf can be brewed into a tea.
Uses: Nettles are also used for hay-fever, allergies, BPH, urinary infections, arthritis, diabetes, joint pains and skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema and acne.
How to use: Used to make teas or tinctures.
Uses: Cleavers can also be applied to wounds or cuts, calm burn injuries, sunburns and inflammatory skin conditions such as eczema and acne.