Parasite Cleanse Tea ( Cerasee, Bellyache Bush and Neem )
Experience a Natural Cleanse with Cerasee and Bellyache Bush for Improved Digestive Health and Wellness
Introducing our Parasite Cleanse Tea, specially formulated with powerful natural ingredients such as Cerasee and Bellyache Bush to support your body's natural detoxification process and eliminate parasites.
Cerasee, also known as bitter melon, is a tropical fruit that has been traditionally used for its medicinal properties, particularly for its ability to cleanse the blood and promote digestive health. It is also believed to have anti-parasitic properties, making it an essential ingredient in our parasite cleanse tea.
Bellyache Bush, also known as wild sage or Christmas bush, is a shrub that is native to the Caribbean and has been traditionally used for its purgative and diuretic properties. It is also known to have anti-inflammatory and anti-parasitic effects, making it a valuable addition to our parasite cleanse tea.
Together, these powerful ingredients work synergistically to help rid your body of harmful parasites, support digestive health, and promote overall wellness. Our tea is caffeine-free and can be enjoyed hot or cold, making it a convenient and easy way to incorporate this powerful cleanse into your daily routine.
Try our Parasite Cleanse Tea today and experience the benefits of a natural, effective, and gentle way to support your body's natural detoxification process.
This tea is a mixture of cerasee and passion flower used to clear parasites from the body. This is a good tea mix for people who are looking to:
Clear out parasites and intestinal worms
Detox their body from a season of unhealthy eating
Cerassee tea is a type of bush tea — a tea made from local plants. It’s typically made by boiling fresh leaves and stems of a wild variety of Momordica charantia, or bitter melon plant, which is known as cerasee in Haiti. In the Caribbean, it’s used to treat multiple health conditions, including diabetes. The tea is also purported to have detoxifying and purifying properties, which is why some people use it in an effort to rid their bodies of toxins.
What is Belly Ache Bush?
Jatropha gossypiifolia leaves are considered to have anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and insecticidal properties. The root and stem have anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. The seeds and fruits can be used against influenza and as a sedative, analgesic or anti-diarrheal agents.
The leaves are blood purifier, febrifuge, purgative and stomachic
A decoction is taken to cleanse the blood and for treating venereal disease, heart problems, diarrhoea, stomach ache and indigestion