HOW TO KICK START YOUR 2020 WITH A DECOCTION an Incredibly Easy Method That Works for All.

To kick start my 2020 I created a weight loss decoction. Lots of you know I have already been sugar detoxing. My quest is to live a way of life that is natural and getting healthier is my objective. This decoction is inspired by the notion of lowering my blood glucose levels and controlling my weight as with any weight loss program seeking the guidance of a physician is suggested. You want to be sure that you do not have any health issues.

What is a Decoction?

A decoction is a herbal tea made by boiling and extracting dried herbs, plants, roots bark, and stems. A Decoction involves first mashing or chopping the plant material to allow for maximum dissolution, and then boiling in water to extract its oils or organic matter.

Why a Decoction?

One of the easiest ways to reap the benefits of plant matter is to digest it internally. I am a fan of tea, so making a decoction is the most straightforward way to enjoy dried herbs. Since it is mobile, I can have a decoction on the go. Just pour in a heated cylinder and go. This recipe is an effortless method that is for all with ingredients that are found in your cupboard.

The Advantages of the decoction Ingredients are below.

Cinnamon- may restrain your blood glucose levels by lowering, regulating, controlling, and keeping your glucose levels steady. When ingesting cinnamon, the body heat raises, increasing your metabolism, which leads to your body burning calories. Cinnamon cuts your desire to eat, so you consume less food and the spice functions as a natural appetite suppressant.

Bay leaves- helps eliminate toxins and lessens the uric acid levels in our bodies, which may help control your glucose levels. Bay leaves enable your system to operate, properly and enhances digestion, and includes fiber.

Cloves -has the exact same all-natural properties as cinnamon and can help regulate your glucose levels, increase your metabolism and enhances digestion.

Ginger root - assists an individual to feel satisfied, which consequently creates less food ingestion. Ginger helps in weight reduction and is an appetite suppressant.


Chop bay leaves and then mash the remaining ingredients then place in a medium saucepan. Add 3 cups of water. Cook mixture on high heat, until it comes to a boil, simmer and reduce heat. Cover and boil 20 mins or until you have at least 1 cup of the liquid. Since it is infused first this batch is going to be your most powerful.

Cook mixture on high heat, until it comes to a boil, simmer and reduce heat. Cover and boil 20 mins or until at least 1 cup of the liquid remains. This batch will be your most potent because it is infused first.

Drain in a cheesecloth. Place liquid aside. Add plant matter back into the pot and add 3 cups of cold water. Cook on simmer for 20 minutes or until 1 cup of the liquid remains. Drain in a cheesecloth add the second cup of juice to your first batch.

Place plant matter back into your pot. Add 2 cups of cold water. Boil plant for 20 minutes or until you have one cup of the herbal decoction for weight loss. Drain, then add the third cup to your batch. After this last infusion, you can throw the plant matter away. Place the liquid in a container.


Drink one cup of warm decoction three times a day. Sweeten with honey. If you want to keep, your decoction sugar-free add stevia to sweeten this recipe. The recipe makes 3 cups or more depending on how long you let your decoction boil, and how much water you are using.


• There’s no right or wrong when it comes to measuring ingredients. Let your taste buds be your guide

• Adding extra water or doubling the recipe is ok if you need to make a larger batch

• A decoction is best when it is digested warm. You can use a microwave to warm your herbal infused tea if necessary

. Weight loss does not happen overnight; moderate consumption of this weight loss decoction will provide the desired results.

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