Dr. Reese's Reccomended Tea Blend to Reclaim Your Health!
It's necessary to have a 4-month supply (8 oz) of the Daily Cleanser/Detox tea that goes hand-and-hand with the successful ETS120 course. Dr. Reese has used this blend from Loose Leaf Tea Market many times.
It's important to get a 4-Month Supply (8 oz) of this delicious caffeine-free, loose leaf, herbal tea to help you reclaim your health while properly completing the ETS120 Course.
The daily cleanser/detox tea has been a major part of the success of the ETS120 program. It supports the kidneys, liver and lymphatic system. This helping hand goes nicely with the diet and de-stressing methods laid out in Dr. Reese's book, THE PEOPLE vs. CHRONIC ILLNESS.
What's in this tea blend?
Dandelion leaf, Nettles, Plantain, Cleavers, Red Clover, Calendula, Milk Thistle, Peppermint
What are the instructions?
Steep one tablespoon of the Daily Cleanser in 12 oz. of hot water for 5 to 30 minutes. Enjoy hot or iced. Drink 1 cup of tea 1 to 3 times daily depending on where you are in the ETS120 program.
Is this tea blend organic?
Yes! It's certified organic and wildcrafted.
Are there any warnings?
Avoid if pregnant and be cautious when using certain prescription medications. The body may eliminate them too quickly; get clearance from physician before using.
"Detox, in simple terms, is the removal of toxic substances from a living organism. In our case, the human body. It is considered by me and my colleagues as a process used as a tool to help someone heal versus a “quick fix” like the “establishment’s” pills and procedures. It has become a trend in modern times, which has made it a buzzword that people enjoy throwing around. But most have no idea what it truly is and most have never truly practiced the process.
A toxin, as it relates to a health detox, is an antigenic, usually of a foreign poison or of a waste product origin. The reality is that no matter how healthy you live or think you live, toxins will enter your body through your foods, drinks, hygiene products, and air. And if that’s not enough, we have leftover wastes that a congested lymphatic system wasn’t able to remove. It’s important to the home you call a body, to clean out. After all, when you have a party at your house, don’t you clean up after?
These toxins float through your blood or lymph and eventually find a home stored inside tissues. Tissues make up glands, organs, muscle, and skin. If you’re overweight, toxins can be stored in your extra fat, and if you’re in shape, toxins can be stored in your extra muscle. Of course the longer they’re stored, the more damage they do to your cells, as toxins are on the acidic side of chemistry. And what do acids do? They burn. And what does burning do? It inflames.
If you want to remove toxins, you have to first stop ingesting food that promotes acids and mucus. This means one must go on a strict diet that consists of no protein, starch, or artificial foods. Secondly, you want to decongest lymph fluid (your sanitation department) and get it moving to bring these toxins to your exits. And thirdly, you want to have your exits open, so these toxins can be removed to the outside world.
We need our two main exits to be open and working correctly: the kidneys (cellular waste) and the bowels (digestive waste). If your two main exits aren’t working correctly, these toxins will only loosen from the tissue, go back into circulation, and eventually find a new home in another clump of tissue.Detox, in simple terms, is the removal of toxic substances from a living organism. In our case, the human body. It is considered by me and my colleagues as a process used as a tool to help someone heal versus a “quick fix” like the “establishment’s” pills and procedures. It has become a trend in modern times, which has made it a buzzword that people enjoy throwing around. But most have no idea what it truly is and most have never truly practiced the process.