Swelling Relief Tea - Organic

Herbal Mixes: Swelling Relief Tea - Organically Grown Herbs

Contains Naturally Caffeine Free: Stevia, orange peel, Cornsilk, lavendar, rosemary, rose petals, Nettle leaf, and lemon peel, yarrow

Swelling Relief Tea

By Debi Pearl
Do you have swollen feet? It is not only uncomfortable; it can also be a threat to your health. If you don’t think it is serious enough yet to consult a doctor, I can give you a natural remedy with no side effects but very effective in relieving the swelling.

  • Switch from store-bought salt to sea salt for your family.
  • Stop eating salty foods, which would include chips, fries, popcorn, etc.
  • Stop adding any extra salt on your food.
  • Every day, eat raw vegetables such as celery, parsley, cabbage, etc.
  • Start adding a little sesame seed oil to your daily diet.
  • Learn to snack on unsalted seeds and nuts.
    To make it easy to maintain this with your regular diet, keep a pitcher of herbal Swelling Relief Tea in the refrigerator. Every morning, put a cup of the herbal liquid in the blender and add a stalk of celery, a teaspoon of sesame seeds, a teaspoon of sesame oil, and a spoonful of green drink powder. Blend, and drink your swelling away. Be careful, your ring might fall off.

Sea salt, sesame seed, and sesame oil can be bought in most health food grocery stores. I use Erin's Super Green Drink Mix for my green drink, as it is a mixture of 28 different nutrient rich herbs.

Not recommended to consume during pregnancy.


Customer Reviews

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Daily water retention
by Kelsey on Feb 22, 2014

I find that I retain a lot of water throughout the day and my legs and feet swell up a fair amount, gaining between 3-5 pounds in a day. However I wouldn't say it's anything severe. Is this product still okay for mild swelling? Thank you!

    Re: Daily water retention
    by Bulk Herb Store on Feb 24, 2014

    Hello!
    Yes this tea would be great for even mild swelling. You may not have to take as much, so you can experiment with the amount you get the best results from! Thank you!

swell relief tincture.
by Renee on Feb 1, 2014

I've made this as a tincture for my Husband and my question now is, how much and how often should he take it orally and for how long.
Thank you in advance and I've learned so much from y'all. and I love your products !...such a Blessing !

    Re: swell relief tincture.
    by Bulk Herb Store on Feb 4, 2014

    Hello, it depends, because each person is different and unique in their needs the dosage amount is going to be different for each person. I would recommend starting small (as in 1/2 tsp) and working up until he starts to see and feel relief. Thanks!

Really works!
by Lisa on Jan 5, 2010

My brother-in-law has had heart problems and has very swollen feet and ankles. My sister asked me if I could do something naturally for him so I purchased the Swelling Relief tea for him. I knew he wouldn't drink it as a tea so I made it into a tincture but didn't really know how well that would work. He has been taking it for a few weeks now and my sister says that his feet haven't looked this good for a long time. Thanks for the wonderful tea and thanks for making me look like a professional to my family!

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