Dr. Miller's Wholy Tea Original 8 bags

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Wholy Tea is a unique herbal tea blend of all natural ingredients specially formulated by Dr. Bill Miller.

Wholy Tea assists your body in gently eliminating waste, foreign matter and toxins from your digestive system in a simple, yet effective, easy-to-use method.

The Wholy Tea works to help restore balance and detoxify your entire digestive system. As an extra bonus, Dr. Millers Wholy Tea has assisted many of his tea drinkers in losing unwanted pounds.

Ingredients: Milk Thistle, Blessed Thistle, Persimmon Leaves, Malva Leaves, Marshmallow Leaves, Green Tea, White Tea.

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Wholy Tea Ingredients Ingredients are a special blend of: Persimmon leaves, malva leaves, holy thistle, marshmallow leaves, blessed thistle, green tea and white tea. It is the special enzymes that allow the gentle cleansing of the whole body with continued use. All the enzymes that used to give us colon health have been destroyed by processed foods and pasteurization of Dairy products. Now we can enjoy perfect colon health. Wholy Tea is a total body cleanse for health and wellness. It's like cleaning a house, one room at a time. One overworked organ at a time.

Persimmon Leaves

Persimmon leaves are a good source of important dietary antioxidants, such as vitamin A & C and flavonoids. It has been widely used as a tea in oriental countries. In particular, several tannins and flavonoids isolated from persimmon leaf were recently found to have antihypertensive, anticarcinogenic and antimutagenic actions. It is highly possible, therefore, that persimmon leaves may be developed into potential sources of natural antioxidants and therapeutic drugs. Persimmon leaf is anti-allergic and anti-pruritic in composition; in other words, an allergy or itching preventive food. No need for antihistamines again. Furthermore, research has proven the therapeutic effect of persimmon leaf extract on those suffering from dermatitis. The preventive effect of persimmon leaf extract on the dermatitis was dose-dependent and a continuous intake of persimmon leaf extract significantly decreased its onset and development. There were no significant adverse reactions observed. As well, studies have shown that supplementation of persimmon leaf improves lipid profiles and suppresses body weight gain in animals that were fed high-fat diets. It is also used topically in some beauty products to help to clarify the skin and eliminate dull and dark areas.

Malva Leaves

The seed contains mucilage, polysaccharides and flavonoids. It is demulcent, (soothes and softens irritated tissues, especially the mucus membranes) diuretic, emollient, (softens the skin) galactogogue (increases milk flow in nursing mothers), and gentle stimulation of the bowels. The seeds are used in Tibetan medicine, where they are considered to have a sweet and astringent taste plus a healing potency. They are used in the treatment of renal disorders, the retention of fluids, frequent thirst and diarrhea. The weedy Malva Leaf has been used interchangeably for food, tea and medicine for thousands of years. The Aztec's used Malva Leaves for Bronchitis, Tonsillitis, Gastroenteritis, Pleuresia (Inflammation of the membrane that covers the lungs), Leucorrea or White Discharge, Inflammation of the Cervix, Inflamed Hemorrhoids, Colitis, Rectiti, Intestinal Infections, Cutaneous Diseases and to Soften Tumors and Abscess.

Holy Thistle / Milk Thistle

Holy Thistle or Milk Thistle contains several phyto-nutrients with possible medical effects. Most current research focuses on one of them, silymarin, which may have specific protective effects on cells in the liver. In multiple human, animal, and laboratory studies, silymarin has shown differing degrees of effectiveness for protecting the liver from damage caused by alcohol, chemicals, drugs, diseases, and poisonous plants. It is used to treat both acute conditions (such as poisoning) and long-term diseases (such as hepatitis C). Silymarin and other chemicals in milk thistle are believed to protect liver cells in several different ways: Silymarin has antioxidant properties. Antioxidants are thought to prevent or lessen damage to body cells that is caused by a chemical process called oxidation. Anti-inflammatory effects of silymarin help keep liver cells from swelling in response to injury. Silymarin seems to encourage the liver to grow new cells, while discouraging the formation of inactive fibrous tissue. By changing the outside layer of liver cells, silymarin may also keep certain harmful chemicals from getting into liver cells. Milk (Holy) thistle may also cause the immune system to be more active. Silymarin and other chemicals from milk thistle have also been tested in laboratory studies involving various types of human cancer cells. In general, they seem to interrupt cancer cell division as well as shortening the time that cancer cells live. They may also stop or limit the formation of new blood vessels that supply tumors. Most research has centered on breast cancer and prostate cancer, but milk thistle is also being tested for treating other cancers such as leukemia. In some animal studies, certain types of breast cancer tumors actually increased in number and/or seriousness when milk thistle was given to female animals with existing breast tumors. However, the application of a second milk thistle chemical, silibinin, to the skin of laboratory animals has protected the animals against the development of skin cancer either before or immediately after exposure to damaging radiation. Silibinin may even help to restore damaged skin somewhat by mending DNA that has been harmed by ultraviolet rays. In addition, some chemicals from milk thistle may increase the effectiveness of current anticancer drugs. Some of these anticancer effects are being studied in early-phase human trials, but none is confirmed, yet. Milk thistle and chemicals derived from it are being studied for a number of additional possible effects. For example, in a study of humans, milk thistle produced modest reductions in cholesterol levels. Results of separate laboratory studies show that milk thistle may help to protect the heart muscle from damage caused by certain drugs.

Blessed Thistle

Blessed Thistle has fuzzy leaves and stems with yellow flowers. It is a bitter  that aids digestion and works on a congested liver. It increases breast milk and is an emotional ally to uplift spirits. Blessed Thistle [Glandular] is so named because of the ancient belief that it possessed supernatural qualities. It grows up to two feet tall and is found in meadows and along roadsides. From May to June the plant bears pale yellow flowers. Among natural-health enthusiasts the plant is commonly used to support the female reproductive system. Blessed Thistle has been known to aid the body with the following ailments:anorexia, expectorant,antibiotic, Fever,antimicrobial, gallbladder Disease,appetite Stimulant, Inflammation,astringent,Jaundice,Bleeding, Liver Disease, Blood Purification, Memory Enhancer,Boils, Menstrual Cramps,Breast Milk Stimulant, Salivary Stimulant,Cancer, Skin Ulcers,contraception, Sweating Stimulant,Diarrhea and Wound Healing. Blessed Thistle is known to have anti-microbial effects in viral infections. Historically, Blessed Thistle has been recommended as a treatment for stomach upset, indigestion and gas. The use of Blessed Thistle has been recorded as far back as the early sixteenth century for treating smallpox, fever, anorexia, dyspepsia, indigestion, constipation and flatulence. It is also popularly regarded as a galactagogue, as mentioned above.

Marshmallow Leaves

Traditionally used to soothe and support the intestines. Herbs high in mucilage, such as Marshmallow, are often helpful for symptomatic relief of coughs and irritated throats. Mallow has expectorant and demulcent properties, which accounts for this herb's historical use as a remedy for the respiratory tract, particularly in cases of irritating coughs with bronchial congestion. Marshmallow root and to a lesser extent marshmallow leaf both contain significant percentages of mucilage, a natural gummy substance that does not dissolve in water. Like other mucilage-containing substances, marshmallow swells up and becomes slick when it is exposed to fluids. The resulting slippery material coats the linings of the mouth, throat, and stomach to relieve irritation and control coughing associated with respiratory or stomach conditions. For example, marshmallow has been used to treat sore throats and to alleviate heartburn. Marshmallow may also have mild anti-infective and immune-boosting properties. Topically, marshmallow is used to soothe and soften irritated skin. It also soothes irritation and inflammation caused by bronchitis, urinary tract infections, colitis and other problems.

Marshmallow root is also used to ease constipation.

Weight Loss Tips Exercise! Get up and move around, take the dog for a walk, be active for 20 minutes a day minimum. Drink Wholy Tea to detoxify and cleanse the toxic fecal matter plaqueing your colon. Have a high protein smoothie for breakfast every day. Have you tried Bodyflex AM? Have a large lunch with protein and complex carbs (vegetables). Eat a smaller dinner again with protein and vegetables. Do not eat before bed. Drink water if you get hungry. Snack on fruit and vegetables.

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