Innotech Fasting Days Tea (15 Day Supply)
The whole idea is to drink 1-2 cups per day to help your body with “autophagy” and the digestive system rejuvenation processes that people are benefiting from while they are in their “fasting hours”. Autophagy is the ” housekeeping/waste removal” (catching up) at the cellular level that your body needs to do when you are NOT eating. “Fasting Days TEA” herbal blend is designed to gently help this along.
Introducing Fasting Days TEA!
Finally, a tea that can be used for any intermittent fasting type of meal plan. Fasting Days TEA contains Blessed Thistle, Marshmallow Root, Milk Thistle, Green tea and White tea. These ingredients are renowned for their digestive health benefits and ability to improve autophagy.
Ingredients: Blessed Thistle (Cnicus benedictus) 1800 mg, Marshmallow (Althaea officinalis) 900 mg, Milk Thistle (Silybum marianum) 300 mg, Green and White Tea (Camellia Sinensis Leaf) – These ingredients may look similar to our Original Wholy Tea formula but they are included at a different proportions and will not produce a laxative effect.
Recommended Dose: Brew 1 teabag in 1.5 liters (1500 mL) of water for 6-8 hours and then refrigerate. Drink 500 mL (2 cups) of the tea per day (1.5 liters of tea made from 1 teabag lasts 3 days). Take a few hours before or after taking other medications. Optional: add slices of lemon and/or ginger.
Cold Brew: For maximum impact, try cold brewing your tea. Cold brewed tea contains more antioxidants than traditionally steeped tea. That’s because the hot water can burn some of the catechins and antioxidants. The cold brew process involves steeping the tea leaves in cold water for a longer period of time. Typically, the tea bag should steep in the cool water for eight to twelve hours.
Recommended Use and Purpose: Blessed thistle is traditionally used in Herbal Medicine as a digestive tonic and bitter to aid digestion (stomachic). To help relieve dyspepsia (indigestion), and as an expectorant to help relieve cold symptoms such as excessive catarrh.