detox

Madame Mora’s Herbal, Lesson 4

February, 2011

Madame Mora’s

This class is designed to show the practical application of herbs to assist with everyday needs.  The lessons printed will not outline “magical” uses for the herbs, but, if questions on this topic rise, please feel free to ask.

Also, please remember, the information in this class is a look at herbal therapies that may show promise as adjunctive treatments to conventional medical approaches, and is not meant to give specific recommendations or advise for the treatment of a specific illness, nor is it intended to be a replacement for good medical diagnosis and treatment.

Lesson 4

Detox tea

These will help cleanse your insides of unwanted substances.

  • Hibiscus Flower aka Musk Mallow (Hibiscus ablemoschus) you will use the dried flower – demulcent, diuretic, stimulant.  Aids digestion, enhances liver and stomach function, promotes perspiration and urine flow, stimulates menstruation.
  • Licorice root (Glycyrrhiza lepidota) you will use the root – anticarcinogen, antifungal, demulcent, expectorant, laxative, stimulant.  Balances blood sugar levels, decrease effects of carcinogens, enhances the cardiovascular, digestive, glandular, and hormonal system functions, as well as the liver, lung, and spleen functions, inhibits production of toxic free radicals, promotes bowel evacuation, purifies blood, restore healthy system functions and normal tone to tissues.
  • Alfalfa (Medicago sativa) you will use the leaves – anticarcinogens, diuretic, nutritive.  Balances the hormonal system, cleanses whole system, decrease effects of carcinogens, enhance digestion and food assimilation, nourish and purify blood, promote urine flow, reestablish healthy system function, stimulates menstruation.
  • Yucca (Yucca glauca) you will use the root – antifungal, diuretic, laxative, nutritive.  Enhances liver and stomach functions, promotes bowel evacuation and urine flow, purifies blood, and reestablish healthy system function
  • Passion flower (Passiflora incarnata) you will use the leaf – anticarcinogen, antioxidant, diuretic, nutritive, stimulant.  Decrease the effects of carcinogens, enhance cardiovascular system and liver functions, promotes perspiration and urine flow, restore normal tone to tissues, stimulate menstruation.
  • Mullein (Verbascum Thapsus) you will use the leaf – demulcent, diuretic, stimulant.  Enhances bladder function, promotes urine flow.
  • Violet (Viola tricolor) you will use the leaf – anticarcinogen, antioxidant, demulcent, diuretic, laxative.   Decreases the effects of carcinogens, enhance cardiovascular system, live, lung, metabolic, and stomach functions, promotes bowel evacuation, perspiration, and urine flow, purifies blood, reestablish healthy system functions, and strengthens the urinary system.
  • Marshmallow (Althaea officianalis) you will use the root – demulcent, diuretic, laxative, nutritive.  Enhance immune, respiratory, and urinary system functions, promote bowel evacuation and urine flow.
  • Slippery elm (Ulmus fulva) you will use the inner bark – anticarcinogen, demulcent, diuretic, and laxative.  Decreases effects of carcinogens, enhances digestive system, reproductive system, respiratory system, and urinary system functions, promotes bowel evacuation and urine flow.

Take these 9 herbs and create a detox tea, drink twice a day, once in the morning and once at night for 1 week.  Email me you findings. (moraravencall@gmail.com)