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Royal Tea Cleansing

By Heather Topham Wood

The Royal Tea Cleanse is a supplement program created to help an individual achieve intestinal health. The product stimulates bowel movements in order to clear out the colon and intestinal tract. Treatment effects of the cleanse include gas, cramping, dark stools and loose stools. These effects are considered to be normal and occur as a result of the detoxification process. Keep in mind that none of the claims advertised by the manufacturer have been evaluated by the FDA.

Place a gallon of water in a pot and bring it to a boil. The manufacturer recommends using enhanced or fortified water. Once the water reaches a full boil, turn off the stove.

Add two Royal Tea bags to the boiling water. Cover with a lid and allow the tea to steep for eight hours.

Keep the teabags in the tea, and move the container to a refrigerator.

Drink your first 8-ounce glass of the tea in the morning.

Drink the tea again in the afternoon. You should drink a 4-ounce glass, and then another 4-ounce glass a couple of hours later.

Consume another single 8-ounce glass of the tea in the evening hours. The manufacturer states that the tea can be used daily to regulate bowel movements.

Follow a healthy diet. Animal protein, dairy products, sugar and processed foods are to be avoided on the detox program. Instead, eat a diet made up of mostly fresh produce and whole grains.

Tips

If you have chronic diarrhea or certain types of intestinal disorders, you should alter the directions to provide a more gentle cleanse. Instead of two teabags and a gallon of water, use only one teabag and 2 quarts of water in the preparation, and consume only a 1-ounce serving twice a day.

Although the company states that the product can be used at a reduced dose for children, you should speak to your child’s pediatrician before serving.

Warnings

Avoid the Royal Tea Cleanse if you are pregnant.

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