Cleanse Tea Jar


Cleanse Tea by TeaGood is a purifying blend to help detoxify and rejuvenate the body, mind and soul.


  • Nettle leaf
  • Lemongrass
  • Burdock root
  • Dandelion leaf
  • Calendula, fennel seeds
  • Liquorice root
  • Clove, star anise

Therapeutic Benefits-


Nettle Leaf: from an Ayurvedic perspective, the nettle leaf is an excellent nourishing tonic that provides balanced support to both liver and kidneys to help the body reset and refresh. The plant is a great source of nutrients including iron, potassium, magnesium and chlorophyll that may help cleanse the body, purify the blood, flushes out toxins and facilitate maintaining clearer skin.

Lemongrass: has been used in ancient Indian ayurvedic medicine and in Chinese medicine for a very long time to purify and stimulate digestive systems. Its anti-microbial, anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, disinfectant and diuretic properties may allow the body to detoxify the pancreas, kidneys, bladder and digestive tract.

Burdock Roots: is an amazing gift from nature that cleanse the body from the inside out. Used in traditional Chinese medicine to improve qi circulation in the liver and help expel heat to bring balance. The roots contain a high concentration of components such as calcium, chromium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, zinc, as well as vitamins A, B-complex, B1, B2, B3, B6, B12, C and E. These elements combined may help to boost functions of vital organs such as the liver, kidneys, bowel and to eliminate toxins from the body that causes joint swelling and inflammation.

Dandelion Leaf: The name of this flower is derived from the French “dent de lion” meaning lion’s tooth due to its jagged shaped leaves, and has been used to purify the body. Dandelion contains vast amounts of potassium that restore the mineral balance in the kidneys as toxins are flushed out. The fibre in the plant has the astonishing ability to absorb and transport toxins from the bowels out of the body, balance intestinal flora, and soothe the digestive tract in the process. A large part of the immune system is connected to the digestive system, and both are intricately woven, so if one is imbalanced the other is affected. ​​Many people see an improved immune response after using digestive herbs.

Calendula: was regularly used for medicinal and ceremonial purposes, throughout the ancient world: in Indian Ayurvedic traditions, Calendula, was used to promote healthy digestion and gastrointestinal function; in Traditional Chinese Medicine, it was used to stimulate circulation and support healthy skin; and in various Central and North American indigenous cultures it was used both internally, for upset stomach, as well as externally, to aid in wound healing. Rich in phytochemicals including lycopene, as well as nutrients such as calcium, coenzyme Q10, vitamin C and vitamin E, today Calendula is used in herbal medicine to help detoxify the gallbladder and liver, improve the appearance of the skin, stimulate internal healing, boost the immune system and ease menstrual pain. 

Fennel Seeds: Native to the Mediterranean region, the tiny seeds are well known for their digestive properties. Loaded with antioxidant vitamins and minerals, fennel seeds are a great source of vitamin C, potassium, folate, copper, manganese, niacin, and iron, which help eliminate toxins from the body, ease upset stomach, relax the smooth muscles of the intestines and relieve digestive cramping and flatulence. 

Liquorice Roots: has many functions in Traditional Chinese Medicine including strengthening the Qi of the spleen and heart, clearing heat toxins, lowering acid levels in the stomach, relieving indigestion, regulating the bile flow released by the liver, reducing inflammation in the digestive tract and moderating the effects of other herbs. Licorice root can also enhance interferon (chemical that fights viruses) levels boosting the immune system. 

Clove: ​​for over 2000 years, Indian and Chinese traditional medicine has made extensive use of cloves. In Ayurveda, cloves are considered to help with digestive concerns, as well as improve circulation and metabolism. In traditional Chinese medicine, cloves are considered both pungent and warming and can help to purify the stomach, spleen, kidneys and rejuvenate the body, mind and soul.

Anise Star: is native to Vietnam and Southern China, where it has been used as a medicine for over 3,000 years. Rich in vitamin C, calcium and iron, the shaped fruit contains potent anti-viral, anti-bacterial, and anti-fungal properties that help cleanse the digestive system, fight viruses, boost the immune system, regulate blood pressure and improve sleep.

Sustainable Packaging-

Amber jar: designed of 100% glass to preserve freshness, flavour and nutritional benefits of the herbs by protecting from oxygen and sunlight exposure. The jar can be refilled or reused for a minimal impact on the environment.

Refill bag: made from 100% compostable materials. Simply dispose the bag in your compost or garden bed after use.