Sip & Settle by Octeavia’s Boost Immune Body

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

SOAP INGREDIENTS:immune body soap

Strawberry Leaf: can help reduce skin inflammation, rashes, eczema, acne.
Dried Strawberry: protects skin from UV rays, delaying aging, alpha-hydroxy gets rid of dead skin cells. Rid yourself of skin conditions.
Frankincense Oil: strengthen skin, tone, elasticity, defense against bacteria or blemishes, contains tissue remodeling properties.
Honey: has antimicrobial qualities that allow cleansing of the skin’s natural oils. Posses carcinogen preventing and anti-tumor properties.
Raw Almond Butter: relieve itching and soreness from rashes and other skin irritations.

TEA INGREDIENTS: immune body soap and tea ingredients

Stinging Nettle: blocks antihistamine receptors and stopping immune cells from releasing chemicals that trigger allergy symptoms reduce allergic reaction.

Interaction: Pregnant women should avoid consuming stinging nettle because it may trigger uterine contractions, which can raise the risk of a miscarriage.


Speak to your doctor before consuming stinging nettle if you’re taking one of the following:

  • Blood thinners
  • Blood pressure medication
  • Diuretics (water pills)
  • Diabetes medication
  • Lithium
    Stinging nettle could interact with these medications. For instance, the plant’s potential diuretic effect may strengthen the impact of diuretics, which can raise your risk of dehydration.

Rose Hips: High in vitamin C, maintain your skin’s protective barrier against outside pathogens.

Interaction: Rosehip tea has not been shown to cause serious side effects in most healthy adults. However, certain individuals should avoid rose hip tea.
For example, the safety and efficacy of rosehip tea have not been studied in women who are pregnant or breastfeeding. It’s best to speak with your healthcare provider before trying this tea if you’re pregnant or nursing.
Additionally, due to its high levels of vitamin C, rosehip tea may increase the risk of kidney stones in some individuals (29Trusted Source).
Finally, if you’re currently taking lithium — a drug used to treat psychiatric disorders — it’s recommended to avoid rosehip tea, as its diuretic effect could increase the concentration of lithium in your body, causing serious side effects.

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