Stress Bump Tea for Cheeks

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Stress Bump Tea for Cheeks
When your stomach is working hard to process certain fats and the body is creating more insulin than it can break down, it may use the skin as a way of expelling the excess. One such way is by moving it out through the skin. Stress bumps on the cheeks may be related to this action. The Stress Bump for Cheeks tea uses herbs that boost lymphatic flow as well as herbs that break down hard to digest foods and fats: encouraging the resulting stress bumps to exit through urinary flow instead of your skin.

How does this work?

The skin can function as an organ of elimination. Your body has four pathways for removal of the daily toxins that it creates (or may be exposed to): bowel movements, urine, breath, or the skin. If elimination from the first three are impaired, this debris manifests as lumps and bumps under your skin!
Our stress bumps teas are designed to improve lymphatic flow in addition to encouraging the body to dump metabolic debris from specific body functions into the urinary system in order for it to be gently removed.


When to drink Stress Bump Tea for Cheeks:
2 cups a day when you have active, itchy, underground bumps on your cheeks, under the ridge especially (up to 3 weeks before taking a month-long break). 2 cups a day when you are experiencing stomach upset or a change in diet.

How to Make Your Stress Bump Teas:
• Scoop loose tea into heat safe vessel. (1Tbsp per cup or ¼ cup per quart)
• Pour boiling water over herbs--let steep for up to 8 hours
• Strain into cup (any time after 15 minutes) for immediate use. Can also be stored in the refrigerator for up to 2 days.
• Enjoy cold, heated on the stovetop, or diluted with hot water.

For chronic issues, a good starting plan may be:
2 cups per day for 3 weeksTake a 2 week break2 cups a day for 2 weeksTake a 2 week breakAfter that, 2 cups a day for 1 week out of every month

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