Holy Tea Ingredients

The ingredients in Dr. Miller’s Holy Tea:
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by Neva J. Howell

Information about natural constipation remedy

Dr. Millers Holy Tea is a natural herbal remedy for constipation and detoxing. I’ve tried it and like it. I posted about my personal experience with the tea here: Dr. Miller’s Holy Tea Worked

Below is the ingredient list for this natural herbal remedy, along with whatever information I could find about possible prescription drug interactions, allergic reactions or side effects for each of the herbs used:

Dr. Miller’s Holy Tea Contains:
Persimmon leaves
Holy Thistle ( Milk Thistle)
Malva leaves
Blessed Thistle
Marsh Mallow leaves

Although the tea is considered safe for general use, if you have colitis, diverticulitis, IBS or Crohn’s, check with your doctor before using this or any other cleansing or detoxing tea.

What people report, who use this natural herbal remedy: Better bowel movements (I can certainly attest to this myself!), more energy, weight loss (particularly in abdominal region) and better digestion.

There is a caution posted on the website: This product contains natural herbs which act as a cathartic. Women who are pregnant or nursing, elderly persons, young children, and individuals suffering from any illness or health condition should consult with their personal physician prior to using this or any herbal supplement.

From what I’ve read, people who start on this natural herbal remedy seem to continue with it and to make it part of their daily diet. I’m not sure yet if my involvement with it will go past my initial gallon at this time or not but I do know I want to keep some of it around in the event I ever face chronic constipation again. In fact, I want it around for drinking after any long trip, where I have to drive more than four hours, to prevent constipation from happening to begin with when I travel.

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