Anti-Aging Beautifying Tea

I hope you’re excited for the week ahead. If the weather holds up and it doesn’t rain, I’ll be spending some time outside, kayaking in the sun and stopping for fresh spring water along the way. 

It’s my favourite thing to do in the summer!

As we know, the sun can take its toll on our skin. We definitely need exposure to sunshine, but just the right amount. 

And to help support any sun damage, minimize those wrinkles and get clear glowing acne-free skin, my delicious Anti-Aging Beautifying Tea will do JUST THAT! 

A few reasons why this tea is so good for your skin:

It contains dandelion and nettle – two amazing herbs that gently support your liver in detoxifying. The more you can support your liver, the better your skin will be. In fact, the better your hormones and digestion will be too! It all goes back to the liver, so treat it well. 

Nettle is also incredibly rich in iron, which is great if you happen to be have heavy periods. You can simply get dandelion and nettle tea from your local health food store. 

As for cranberry, it supports the kidneys in flushing out excess wastes. It acts as a diuretic. BUT… be sure to purchase organic, unsweetened cranberry juice concentrate – the real stuff. 

Lemon adds a nice tang to this tea and is loaded with vitamin C (a detox vitamin), plus it supports bile release (which is great if you’re feeling constipated). Vitamin C is helpful in reducing fine lines and minimizing free-radical damage to cells. 

As for the honey (which is totally optional in this recipe), I suggest sourcing out a local raw honey. It’s antibacterial and antimicrobial and the perfect sweet addition to this beauty tea. Alternatively, you can use a touch of maple syrup or even lakanto as a sweetener (which is my fav and contains NO sugar!).

So let’s get to it…

Anti-Anging Beautifying Tea
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Ingredients
  1. 1 bag of dandelion
  2. 1 bag of nettle
  3. 2 tablespoons cranberry juice concentrate
  4. Juice of 1 lemon
  5. 1 teaspoon of raw honey, maple syrup, or lakanto
  6. Water - you can use 2 cups of water for a single serve or make up to 1L of tea in a pitcher.
Instructions
  1. Steep the tea bags in hot water for 15 minutes.
  2. Remove the tea bags, then add the cranberry juice concentrate and lemon.
  3. Alternatively, you can add ice and chill the tea in your refrigerator and drink throughout the day.
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About the Author:

Samantha Gladish is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist, Weight Loss Coach & Hormone Fixer-Upper. She is the founder of HolisticWellness.ca; a website dedicated to helping women lose weight and balance their hormones with delicious food. Samantha coaches and supports women from around the world on natural beauty care, holistic health and nutrition. Her philosophy is that through changing the way we eat, think, move and care for our bodies, we can heal ourselves and live a life of more power and possibility. Her passion for business is an extension of her work as a Health Coach. Samantha speaks internationally on all things health, wellness and entrepreneurship and in her spare time, you can find her baking up delicious health-ified treats in her kitchen.

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