Combine These 2 Herbs to Lose Weight Even Faster

By | August 13, 2021
Combine These 2 Herbs to Lose Weight Even Faster

In today’s video, you will learn about the mixture of senna and horsetail to improve your digestion and lose weight.

There are so many teas, aren’t there? Each plant has its own characteristics and benefits.

Today, we will see two that can improve gastrointestinal problems, especially constipation, prevent water retention, help with weight loss, and even strengthen the bones.

Did you know that? Have you ever heard about the benefits of horsetail tea? What about senna tea?

Horsetail has diuretic, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antimicrobial, healing, and remineralizing actions.

It can be used for many things, like treating urinary tract infections, weight loss, or even preventing high blood pressure.

Senna has laxative, purgative, depurative, and deworming properties that make it perfect for treating gastrointestinal issues, especially constipation.

As you noticed by seeing the benefits of both herbs, combining them can help you lose weight naturally.

Besides helping with weight loss, this tea also eliminates toxins from the body, regulates the intestine, and reduces water retention.

While teas are allies during the weight loss process, it is still necessary to keep a balanced diet and practice physical activities regularly, drink plenty of water, eat lots of vegetables and fruits, avoid soda and industrialized foods, reduce your alcohol consumption, and cut fast foods from your diet.

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0:31 Senna tea benefits
0:45 Horsetail tea benefits
1:13 How to make senna and horsetail tea



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