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The Best Detox Weight Loss Supplements

Detox weight loss is one of the most important aspects of overall health. It helps to rid the body of toxins and improve breathing and circulatory function. However, too much detox is also harmful. You can’t just take too much detox and expect it to work. That’s why some ingredients in our Detox Weight Loss supplements are specific to help with detox production.

Some helpful ingredients in our Detox Weight loss supplements include-

Ajang Berobak

Ajang Berobak is a herbal formula that is specifically formulated to help boost the immune system and detoxify the body. It is commonly known as “Turmeric” in Malaysia. It can be consumed as a supplement, or taken by eating fresh turmeric root.

Boswellia Serrata

Boswellia Serrata, also known as Boswellia sacra (BOS) has been used traditionally in Ayurvedic medicine. It has been used to boost the immune system and digestive tract and treat inflammation of the respiratory system and joints. It was found to be effective when taken before or after exercise.

Clove Bud Oil (Elemi)

Clove Bud Oil (Elemi) has been traditionally used as an antiseptic and antifungal to improve digestion and eliminate toxins from the body. It also helps stimulate blood circulation and regulate blood pressure, thereby lowering your risk for stroke, heart attack, diabetes, kidney failure, arthritis and dementia diseases. The oil is extracted from the clove bud of Cinnamomum cassia tree, which is native to India.  The oil can be bought at your local health food store in capsule form or can be added to teas and other drinks at home.

Coriander Oil (aka Chili oil)

Coriander oil is derived from the seeds of Coriandrum sativum, a member of the parsley family. It has been traditionally used as a diuretic to increase urination and treat urinary tract infections. It has also been traditionally used as an antiseptic for wounds and external abscesses.

In traditional Chinese medicine, coriander was considered to have cooling effects on the body, so it is a common ingredient in tonics that are prescribed by herbalists for reducing fever, stimulating blood circulation and regulating blood pressure.

In Southeast Asian countries such as Indonesia and Malaysia , coriander is commonly found in traditional remedies to relieve pain from aches and pains due to weariness or fatigue. The oil can be extracted from crushed coriander seeds using steam distillation . Alternatively, you can purchase it ready-to-use in capsule form at your local health food store or online here  or here  or visit your local herbalist for a homemade recipe (try putting one teaspoon of dried coriander seed into a cup of boiling water for 30 minutes and then strain).

Eucalyptus Oil (also known as Spearmint)

Eucalyptus Oil (also known as Spearmint) has been traditionally used to boost the immune system and treat chest pain. It is also used to fight bacterial (and viral) infections, infection of the lung tissues, respiratory tract infection and pneumonia. It was found that it can also be taken internally to alleviate inflammation and pain in the muscles and joints due to physical strain or overexertion of a muscle group. The oil can be purchased ready-to-use in capsule form at your local health food store or easily made at home using a 20% alcohol extract found here .

Fennel Oil (aka Fennel Seed oil)

Fennel Oil (also known as Fennel seed oil) has been traditionally used for centuries by Middle Eastern doctors to treat chronic bronchitis, rheumatism, asthma, fevers, dyspepsia, flatulence and skin conditions including acne. It is still commonly used today by many herbalists for treating sore throats caused by colds or flu.

It is also traditionally used as an antifungal, antioxidant and antibacterial agent. It has been proven to be effective in preventing the growth of yeast, mold and staphylococcus bacteria in foods like bread or wine making. Fennel oil is also commonly found in traditional medicine for stimulating the bile flow for improving digestion of fats (especially fatty foods), increasing appetite, relieving nausea and neutralizing toxicity.

Furmint Oil (aka Bitter Germ Oil)

Furmint Oil (also known as Bitter Germ Oil) is used by herbalists to revitalize the body’s immune system. It is known to be a very effective immune booster that can help cleanse the blood and strengthen one’s resistance against infections, parasites and other disease causing agents.

Geranium Oil (aka Rosemary oil)

Geranium Oil (also known as Rosemary oil) is an odorless, light green liquid that has traditionally been used in traditional medicine to treat bacterial infections and to reduce inflammation.

Ginger Oil (aka Ginger Root Oil)

Ginger Root Oil has been traditionally used since ancient times as a remedy for digestive-related disorders. It is also used as an antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, analgesic and sedative herb.

Grape Seed Oil (aka Grape Seed oil)

Grape Seed Oil has been traditionally used by herbalists since ancient times because of its recognized benefits of supporting good blood circulation and minimizing cholesterol levels.

Hemp Oil (aka Hemp Seed Oil)

Hemp Oil (also known as Hemp Seed Oil) has been traditionally used by herbalists due to its powerful nutritive and nourishing properties. The oil is used for treating numerous health problems such as sore muscles, rheumatism, arthritis and various inflammatory conditions.

Jasmine Flower Oil (aka Jasmine Oil)

Jasmine Flower Oil has traditionally been used in traditional medicine for easing childbirth and reducing the risk of postpartum depression, although there is no evidence to support these claims. The oil is distilled from jasmine flowers and can be purchased ready-to-use in capsule form at your local health food store or easily made at home using a 20% alcohol extract found here . I know it sounds crazy but the smell of Jasmine actually calms babies who are being born naturally.

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