Sip & Settle by Octeavia’s Blood and Lymphatic Cleanse

Here is a breakdown of all of the healing properties that are experienced with this unique series:

SOAPS INGREDIENTS:Blood and Lymphatic soap

Burdock Root: Detoxifies blood and promote increase circulation in the surface of the skin.
Calendula Flower: Increase blood flow to the skin which equals more nutrients flowing to the skin.
Grapefruit Oil: anti septic, antimicrobial, antimicrobial and decongesting.
Jojoba Oil: high levels of antioxidants and nutrients

TEAS INGREDIENTS:blood and lymphatic tea

Red Clover Herb: acts as a diuretic and an expectorant, improves circulation will help clear the liver Red clover has blood-thinning abilities and can increase the effects of anticoagulant and antiplatelet drugs. Avoid taking it with blood thinners like Coumadin (warfarin) and stop taking it at least two weeks prior to surgery.
The herb may also interact with birth control pills due to the hormone-like actions of its isoflavones.

Red clover causes toxic effects when taken with methotrexate,6 a drug used to treat certain types of cancer and to control severe psoriasis or rheumatoid arthritis.
If you’re considering using red clover, make sure to consult your physician first to avoid problematic drug-herb interactions.

Hibiscus Flower: lowers blood pressure, lowers systolic blood pressure. Interactions hydrochlorothiazide HBP MEDICINE A 2013 review of studies Trusted Source reported that very high doses of hibiscus extract could potentially cause liver damage. The same review reported that hibiscus extract was shown to interact with hydrochlorothiazide (a diuretic) in animals and with acetaminophen in humans.
Individuals who drink herbal teas should let their doctors know, as some herbs have the potential to interact with medications.
According to other sources, hibiscus consumption is not safe for people who take chloroquine, a medication for malaria. Hibiscus may decrease how well the medicine works in the body.
People with diabetes or on high blood pressure medications should monitor their blood sugar and blood pressure levels when consuming hibiscus. This is because it may decrease blood sugar or blood pressure levels.
Pregnant or breastfeeding women should not drink hibiscus tea. Book a CONSULTATION!

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