In this mix of herbs, there are several plants that help with weight loss and the drainage of excess fluids in the body.

Discover the properties of its ingredients: yarrow, sweet orange, asparagus, birch, cinchona, horsetail, fallax, fucus, ash, fennel, juniper, licorice, mint, sage, red vine.

Mix of slimming herbs: properties and benefits

The components are many, and our mix contains slimming and draining herbs of various types.

Achillea Millefolium is used for its purifying qualities, known for its diuretic properties - optimal for the well-being of the urinary system.

Sweet orange can help you lose weight thanks to its thermogenetic activities, which means that it increases the activity of the metabolism. It favors the use of fats for energy purposes, acting through synephrine, gives vitamins, and improves the ratio between fat mass and lean mass.

Asparagus is ideal for a slimming herbal tea, as it has diuretic and purifying properties, which help eliminate excess fluids. Promotes a flat stomach and gives lightness.

Birch is a plant appreciated for its precious detoxifying and draining qualities, preventing the formation of cellulite and water retention. In addition, some of its substances help to reduce and break down fats during assimilation.

The China, or Cinchona , inside the mixture, promotes digestion, stimulating the functions of the liver and stomach, to better help the assimilation of food and the expulsion of food waste .

Horsetail is used in various slimming preparations, for its beneficial diuretic and detox characteristics. Facilitates the elimination of toxins and liquids, deflating the abdomen and limbs.

Fallax, Rhamnus alpinus , is a medicinal plant whose bark is useful for correct intestinal transit and digestive properties.

Fucus is an algae of the cold seas, well known for years among the slimming herbs, since it contains a lot of iodine. This precious element stimulates the thyroid and basal metabolism to promote weight loss.

Ash is renowned for its diuretic and laxative properties, which counteract water retention, as well as for its soothing action on tissues during digestion.

Fennel has a wealth of elements that help purify the intestine. It favors the activity of some enzymes in the pancreas, thus reducing the intestinal absorption of fats and facilitating their expulsion.

Juniper gives the blend of slimming herbs its purifying characteristics, useful for eliminating toxins from the body, and digesting better by regulating intestinal function.

Licorice can help with weight loss, thanks to its flavonoids that prevent the production of body fats (lipogenesis) and keep cholesterol under control.

Mint combined with other slimming herbs, helps to increase the speed of digestive metabolism, as well as providing a diuretic action, which helps eliminate toxins from the body.

Sage has precious digestive and purifying characteristics; it helps intestinal transit, improves the absorption of food, and promotes the expulsion of toxins and harmful waste.

The red vine , gives good results against water retention, thanks to its diuretic effects, also reactivating the micro-circulation, thanks to many antioxidant active ingredients.

Origins and History of cultivation

The Blend of slimming herbs is composed of many medicinal plants, selected for their properties, known over the centuries. Herbs or officinal plants, in fact, have been known and used by humans since ancient times, used to enhance their health and the well-being of the organism.

They were used for therapeutic purposes or for the prevention of ailments, and are still used today in the preparation of pharmacologically active substances. In terms of digestive well-being and weight control, many of the plants in the slimming blend have been renowned for centuries for their diuretic and purifying properties; they have recently been identified to accelerate metabolic activity.

If once they were available in the territories where they grew, or were cultivated, today these plants are easily available. They are collected in their most suitable parts for human well-being, dried when needed and stored. A process that allows transport even in areas where they are not present, to enrich our diet.

Same as for the mixthat we propose, which combines different medicinal herbs, to enhance their slimming and draining properties.

Plant and flowers

The mix of slimming herbs we offer contains different types of plants and botanical groups - since they are medicinal herbs from different places.

Achillea Millefolium commonly known as yarrow, is a flowering plant of the Asteraceae family. It is native to the temperate regions of Asia, Europe and North America

The sweet orange is the Citrus aurantium native to Asia, and then widespread in India. Appearance. Depending on the variety, oranges are yellow or reddish. Its dimensions also vary greatly.

The garden asparagus, with the scientific name Asparagus officinalis, is a perennial flowering plant of the genus Asparagus. In the past it was classified in the lily family, like the related species Allium - onions and garlic.

Birch is part of the Betulaceae family. It is a tree up to 30 meters high, or a shrub of about 5 m - famous is the white bark, detachable in large sheets.

Cinchona, or Cinchona, is part of the plants of the Rubiaceae family, widespread in the Andes. The species known as cinchona are known for the properties of the alkaloids present in the bark.

Equisetum is the common name of the Equisetum plant, the only genus of Equisetaceae, a family of plants that reproduce from spores rather than seeds.

The Fallax, Rhamnus alpinus L. ssp Fallax, is is a small tree shrub that can grow up to 5 meters in height. It is found mainly in Italy and Switzerland, central France and Spain. It is collected for local use as medicine.

Fucus is a very common algae in cold waters along the coasts. It belongs to the dark-colored Phaeophyta family, fucoxanthin, which retains chlorophyll.

The Ash is Fraxinus excelsior L. belonging to the Oleaceae family; a plant native to temperate zones, with the ability to survive in difficult environmental conditions.

Fennel or Foeniculum vulgare is a resistant flowering plant belonging to the carrot family. It is native to the coasts of the Mediterranean, but has spread to many parts of the world; it grows well in arid soils near the sea and on the banks of rivers.

Juniper or Juniperus Communis is the evergreen conifer that provides the main ingredient for the famous gin, and for healthy treatments. It grows with different varieties in cold areas of the Northern Hemisphere.

Licorice is Glycyrrhiza glabra, a plant that produces small, purple to light blue flowers. It has long taproot roots, which reach over one meter, which give the characteristic flavor we know as licorice.

Mint or Mentha is a perennial plant from the Lamiaceae family. There are from 13 to 24 species, and many hybrids and varieties are known, mainly used for food.

Salvia officinalis is a plant of the Lamiaceae family, in the subfamily Mentheae in the subfamily Nepetoideae. Known for its healing properties for millennia.

The red vine, the Vitis vinifera is a very widespread plant in the Mediterranean, belonging to the vitaceae family. It is one of the varieties of the vine that gives the grapes, for the production of wine.

Nutritional values ​​of the Slimming Herbal Blend

Being a mix, it includes herbs that have different characteristics in terms of calories or nutrients.

For this reason, in the Blend of slimming and draining herbs, the nutritional values ​​may vary. In any case, they all contain draining and purifying substances.

How to consume the Weight Loss Herbal Blend as an herbal tea

For a good slimming and effective infusion, it is advisable to use for one cup (250 ml), about 4 grams of Slimming Herbal Blend, with water at 100 ° C. Leave to infuse for about 8-10 minutes, before drinking the herbal tea.

Blend of slimming herbs: side effects and contraindications

It is necessary to avoid excessive consumption of this herbal tea, as it could increase gastric disturbance, and remember that it is not a substitute for a correct diet.

Some people may also have allergic reactions to some plants in the tea. So, if you experience any negative symptoms after ingesting the herbal tea, stop consuming it and consult your doctor.


Specific References

Recently added our store

9 other products in the same category: