Basil and Sage Juice to Cleanse and Detox Your Kidneys

By | April 8, 2020
Basil and Sage Juice to Cleanse and Detox Your Kidneys

It is a fact that taking care of our diet is indispensable if we want good health. And, to help you with this, sometimes not-so-easy, task, there are some very special recipes.

This natural juice we will show you today can help you prevent chronic and degenerative diseases.

Did you know that?

So, stay tuned to learn how to make this delicious basil and sage drink.

Did you know that these two plants are great to treat kidney function?

They even help cleanse the kidneys, responsible for eliminating toxins and avoiding health issues.

To prevent your kidneys from being overworked, it is important to do a cleansing. Do you want to learn how?

As we have seen in a recent video, basil has diuretic, digestive and relaxing properties. Basil helps eliminate water and toxins, helping dissolve stones and sand found in the kidneys. You can avoid renal colic by drinking basil tea.

What about sage? We have talked about it sometimes on the channel, even recently. Have you seen it yet?

This plant, whose name means “healing” in Latin, has many health properties. It is a great treatment for respiratory and digestive issues, and also for cleansing the kidneys, thanks to its diuretic and depurative qualities.

Consuming sage helps detox the body by eliminating liquids, fighting bloatedness, inflammation and edemas.

Write down the ingredients and see how easy it is to make:

10 fresh basil leaves;
5 fresh sage leaves;
6.75 oz. water;

Combine the fresh leaves (which have more properties than the dried versions) and the water in a blender and blend until smooth.

If you want, add a tablespoon of honey to sweeten it, and drink right after.

To get all the benefits of this mixture, drink this juice for a whole week while fasting (around half an hour before your breakfast).

Prepare the juice just before drinking it.



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