Lemon Detox Tea

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You guys know I love tea. And I love lemon in tea, too.

And since you’ve been with me throughout my detox period ridding the heavy metals from my body the last few years, I thought I’d share with you one of my favorite beverages that’s always refreshing and quite tasty.

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I created this tea detox recipe a few weeks ago on a Friday night in my Manhattan apartment.

I had just been told that I had to cut out sugar from my lifestyle.

And I almost lost my mind.

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I had Candida and it wasn’t fun. So, just like anyone else that is in excruciating pain- you do what you’ve gotta do to heal and help your body get better asap.

So, I purchased a few bottles of purified spring water. A few different herbal and green teas.

A bottle of organic apple cider vinegar.

Liquid stevia.

Fresh, organic cilantro and a whole ‘lotta fresh, organic lemons.

Yep, that’s all you’ll need.

I love tea but I’ve never written about it on my blog, which is kinda sorta crazy since I drink about 10 cups a day.

Don’t look at me like that. I know you like tea, too.

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Or some sort of beverage that you drink 10 times a day. (I really hope it’s not soda)… Please tell me it’s not soda.

This is totally a summer beverage your whole family will be loving. Or maybe just you.

As for me, I’m heading downtown to the West Village to soak up the sunshine and read a new book. Of course, I’ve packed two water bottles with this tea to enjoy all afternoon.

Store-bought teas just aren’t the same.

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Believe me. You’ll love it.

Here’s to cooling off the heat wave wherever you are this week.

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Enjoy.

xox

4.9 from 14 reviews
Lemon Detox Tea
 
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Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Sugar-Free, Vegan
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Recipe type: Beverage
Serves: 1
Ingredients
  • 2 cups purified water
  • 2 tsp. Bragg's Apple Cider Vinegar
  • 1 bag of organic white tea, brewed and cooled
  • 1 tsp. Navita's Naturals Liquid Stevia
  • 1 organic lemon, halved
Instructions
  1. Combine all ingredients in a large glass pitcher. Mix well to combine.
  2. Place in the fridge until chilled, approximately 30 minutes.
  3. Serve.
Notes
Serving Size: 1¼ cup Calories: 12.0 cal • Fat: 0.0 g • Protein: 0.2 g • Carb: 4.1 g • Fiber: 0.2 g • Sugar: 1.1 g • Sodium: 0.0 mg

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70 replies
  1. Heather
    Heather says:

    On the subject of drinks….any thoughts on the sobe lifewaters or the vitamin water zeros that are sweetened with stevia??

    Reply
    • Amie
      Amie says:

      Thanks Heather; I haven’t tried Sobe waters but the vitamin waters I know are filled with a bunch of additives so they may bother people’s stomachs, etc. as the ingredient list is pretty long. Hope that helps!!

      Reply
  2. Amanda
    Amanda says:

    Wow this sounds delicious! I LOVE tea (and drink A LOT of it), but I’ve never tried white tea. Will certainly try now :D

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  3. Jessica
    Jessica says:

    I especially love iced tea that is fresh and chemical free. What intrigues me about this is that you are using it as part of a detox for candida. This is something I have struggled with for a long time. I am always looking for new (natural) methods to control it. Also, I just went off “the pill” and the sooner I can get my body back to it’s normal hormonal levels, the better. Hopefully, this tea will help in my cleansing efforts w/ that too! Thanks so much!

    Reply
  4. Lori Williams
    Lori Williams says:

    I drink a lot each day, and even more this month since my husband and I have been trying to eat (and drink) cleaner this month, thanks to your challenge. And Amie, I promise we have not been drinking soda. :) We have been drinking lots of water. I think I will give this a try. Something different with flavor will be nice for a change. Thanks for sharing! And I do believe this tea would go great with the Sahale Snacks!!

    Reply
  5. Amy S
    Amy S says:

    This looks like a nice summer drink. Everybody is talking about adding fruits and herbs to their water, but I keep forgetting to try it.

    Reply
  6. Christine L.
    Christine L. says:

    Fantastic — I’m making this *tonight*! Sounds like the perfect refreshment to pair with Sahale Snacks. ;-) Thanks for sharing, Amie!

    Reply
  7. Jessica Dennis
    Jessica Dennis says:

    thanks for this recipe, I never thought of adding apple cider vinegar to drinks (I’ve been drinking it by the tablespoon to battle my candida)

    I hope I will the Sahale Snacks!!!

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  8. Kevyn
    Kevyn says:

    I never thought of putting apple cider vinegar in tea. My husband is supposed to drink it before each meal but usually forgets. This would make it much easier as pretty much all we drink is tea, water and wine.

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  9. Stephanie G
    Stephanie G says:

    Great Recipe! I usually always have these ingredients on hand so I am looking forward to making up a batch of this tea. I’ve tried to cut out any processed food and refined sugar so this will be a nice change up from all the water.

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  10. Jody Haller
    Jody Haller says:

    This tea sounds fantastic! I drink apple cider vinegar in the morning with a little maple syrup, but this would be a wonderful way to reap the benefits all day long!

    Thanks!

    Reply
  11. Angela Taylor
    Angela Taylor says:

    White tea? Huh, never heard of it. I always have green tea on hand. Is there much difference as far as taste goes?

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  12. michele
    michele says:

    Have you read this article about tennis star Novak Djokovic’s experiences with integrative medicine and the success of his gf eating? http://www.online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887324354704578638142604610644.html?mod=WSJ_article_TennisHeadlines
    I hope the publicity surrounding his book and his tennis improvement focuses not on the “out there-ness” but rather on the growing use and acceptance of holistic treatment. Unfortunately, the growing awareness of gluten intolerance has resulted the perception of gf as just a diet trend — maybe you could take a poll on the number of celiacs whose traditional drs. have misdiagnose/accused them of eating disorders…? But now that a male — bonus points for being a professional athlete and straight — is “coming out” about eating gluten free, will the rest of us get some respect (although the words “Jeremy Piven” are stil a curse…)?

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  13. Michelle B
    Michelle B says:

    Wow, this really looks delicious! I love tea but have not tried white tea yet so this is definitely peaking my interest. :) Thanks so much Amie for posting all these delicious recipes!

    Reply
  14. Laura Gay
    Laura Gay says:

    I was buying Barlean’s and it has slipped my mind! Wonderful product to get in those needed Omeaga’s. Hope I’m the winner. You have such nutritional give a ways!

    Reply
  15. Jessica
    Jessica says:

    Loving all your healthy information on Facebook! Hppy to have found your website too! Cheers to health, healing, lemons and Omegas! ;) Crossing my fingers and toes for your contest too!
    Peace :)

    Reply
  16. Merle
    Merle says:

    Funny, Bragg’s makes a similar drink that I sometimes buy, Kavita does too…. But so much better when it’s homemade! I’m going to try this, seems simple enough!

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  17. Sophia
    Sophia says:

    Do you boil the water first & then cool it after or does your white tea not need any boiling water? (The only white tea I could find was with ginger in it too…)
    I’m making the switch to cleaner eating / drinking (I already had celiac & just found out I have bacterial overgrowth & lactose intolerance on top of that)
    I have already made several of your recipes but drinking just water was getting a bit boring so I’m excited to try this too.
    Thank you so much for your website!

    Reply
  18. Melanie
    Melanie says:

    The tea test beautiful!! I’ve never never fought that i can actually use the apple vinegar in a beverage!! thank u so much! I really enjoy my tea time! :D

    Reply
  19. Mary Leming
    Mary Leming says:

    I am trying this Lemon Detox Tea today!! I have Candida issues and you are right…they are NOT fun! Thank you so much for sharing!! Happy Holidays :)

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  20. Lori Leal
    Lori Leal says:

    Wow what a great idea! I’ve done a lot of detoxing but I have yet to try the detox lemonade. Thanks for the great recipe :)

    Reply
  21. Chantel
    Chantel says:

    Wow, I need to make this asap! This sounds very refreshing and great for this time of year :-) Thanks for sharing!

    Reply

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