Best Time to Drink Detox Tea

What is the best time to drink detox tea?
Diana L

We clean our house, right? Why wouldn't our body need a cleaning every once in a while too? Detoxing has become very popular lately, especially drinking a detox tea, and for good reason. We put our bodies through a lot whether it is by the sometimes-not-so-healthy things we eat or drink, or just being exposed to various environmental toxins and chemicals.

When toxins accumulate in your body, the liver stores them up. Since most toxins are fat-soluble, the liver stores the toxins in any fat cells it finds and holds onto them to keep the toxins from releasing into the bloodstream and causing chronic illness.

Symptoms that can occur when toxins are allowed to accumulate:

  • Allergies
  • Headaches
  • Brain fog
  • Chronic Fatigue
  • Digestive issues
  • Acne
  • Bloating
  • Lack of energy
  • Muscle weakness
  • Immune deficiency
  • Weight gain or difficulty to lose weight

Toxins also can affect energy levels and create a sluggish metabolism. This is why it can be difficult to lose weight when your body is toxic. A healthy detox can help cleanse your body, improve your digestive system, help with losing those stubborn pounds, and simply just help support a healthy lifestyle.

Green tea leaves are a natural way to detox and increase the detoxification process. If you're ready to start a detox, make sure you do it right.

What is the best time to drink detox tea?

It's ok to drink detox tea any time, but the best time to drink detox tea is in the morning. Why? Drinking it in the morning is a good way to get your digestive system going.

While it gets your body and system moving, it also gives you a natural daily boost of energy and gets your head in the right direction for the day, helping you keep that positive momentum going through the day. A positive momentum from detox tea can help take you from feeling lazy or tired to enthusiastic and positive towards the activities of your day.

Drinking detox tea in the morning is the best, but it can also be beneficial to drink it after exercise when your body is naturally releasing toxins through sweating.

Mid-day may not be the best time to drink detox tea. When you choose the time of day, just make sure you are not planning on running errands or heading to a meeting. Be aware of the need you'll have to use the bathroom more often due to the diuretic effect.

How often should I drink detox tea?

The recommended amount is one cup of detox tea per day. Everyone's body reacts differently, so decide by how your body reacts whether you have more or less. Remember to drink a lot of water throughout the day as well to help keep you hydrated.

What are the ingredients in detox tea?


This vegetable root has been used in holistic medicine for centuries, most commonly as a diuretic and digestive aid. It is a powerhouse of antioxidants. Evidence has found that active ingredients in this root can remove toxins from the bloodstream as well as promote increased circulation in the surface of the skin.

Milk Thistle

This flowering herb can help cleanse your liver of toxins, breakdown excess fat in the liver, filter out harmful toxins, and improve blood circulation.

Green Rooibos Tea

An active ingredient in Rooibos, aspalathin, helps reduce stress hormones that trigger hunger and fat storage. As a green tea, the leaves are not oxidized which locks in the plant's healthy enzymes. Green rooibos is high in antioxidants and loaded with minerals such as potassium, manganese, fluoride, iron, copper, zinc, magnesium and calcium. 


While you may love cinnamon for how it tastes sprinkled on your chai tea latte, this tasty spice has a lot of health benefits, but for the purposes of a detox tea, cinnamon helps treat digestive issues.

Lemon Balm

This lemon-scented herb comes from the mint family. Lemon balm helps with digestion and easing abdominal pain and discomfort.

Dandelion Root

Loaded with nutrients, dandelion root helps digestion and supports liver function.

Peppermint Leaves

An aromatic herb that helps relieve digestive symptoms, such as gas, bloating, and indigestion.

Excited to get started on a healthy detox?

Now that you know the best time to drink detox tea, start with a delicious detox tea that contains ingredients that will help you get started to a healthy, energetic, less toxic lifestyle.


Information is very helpful! My first time trying to detox my body with detox tea.


Hi Sophie,

Dairy products (as well as adding sugar) can slow down the detoxification process. For more information, you might want to check out this article:

Caffeine and gluten should also be avoided which is why our Detox tea contains Green Rooibos tea which is naturally caffeine-free.
And all our teas are also gluten-free.


Does is hinder the effects to put creamer in detox tea?

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