These 5 drinks will help your liver to cleanse itself in the early hours of the night, at which time, according to traditional Chinese medicine, the liver and gallbladder regenerate.
1. Warm water with lemon
It is very popular to drink water with lemon to start the day, surely you have read it more than once on social networks, on websites and magazines, but what you did not know is that drinking it at night also has detox benefits.
It helps digestion, strengthens the immune system thanks to the Vitamin C of the lemon and helps to purify the body, contributing to weight loss.
Dandelion is a very valuable ally to purify the liver. This root prevents bleeding from the liver and improves the flow of bile.
It is a diuretic infusion that helps eliminate toxins and prevents fluid retention. You can easily find it in the herbalist or in large stores.
We are not going to fool you, it tastes like rays! but its effect is so spectacular that it is worth trying. It has a sedative and digestive effect so taking it at night is a good idea.
Boldo infusion stimulates bile secretion, is anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and diuretic. It fights urinary infections, purifies the blood, favors the elimination of toxins and contributes to the proper functioning of the liver and kidneys.
4. Mint tea
That mint facilitates digestion is common knowledge but its purifying properties are not so well known, and that is that mint increases the body’s ability to eliminate waste from the liver and colon. You can now change the decaf at night for a mint infusion if you want to have a healthier liver.
5. Oatmeal infusion
The oatmeal drink has become very fashionable in recent years. It contains fiber, vitamins and minerals that improve digestion and contribute to liver and intestinal cleansing.
Oats also promote a good rest thanks to its relaxing effect that increases the level of well-being and facilitates sleep.
Although oatmeal does not contain gluten, it can “become contaminated” during its processing and present traces, so if you are celiac, it would be better to opt for the above drinks.
To make this drink you will need 3 tablespoons of rolled oats, a cup of water and a teaspoon of ground cinnamon.
Let the oats soak for 7-8 hours the oat flakes, drain and grind together with the cup of water and the cinnamon. Add honey if you want to sweeten the drink.