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Hyleys Cleanse Kit 14 Days Description

  • 100% Natural Product
  • Enhances The Body's Cleansing Process
  • Promotes Healthy Digestion
  • Boosts Energy Levels
  • Rich in Antioxidants
  • Helps Build Immunity
  • Contains:
    • Moringa Oleifera (Lemon-Mango)
    • Matcha with Sencha (Mint-Ginger)
    • Colon Cleanse (Blackberry-Cranberry)
  • No GMOs • No Colors • No Preservatives
  • Foil Envelope Tea Bags

The Hyleys Cleanse Kit contains a 14-day supply of our popular wellness teas, expertly formlated to cleanse your body naturally, so you can keep feeling healthy and energized to effectively manage your daily routine. The Hyleys Cleanse Kit comes in a variety of 100% natural flavors to enhance your cleansing process and equip your body adequately to fight toxins and stress. Recommended for Adults.

 

How It Works

  • Hyleys Moringa Oleifera with Green Tea & Lemon / Mango – The secret to moringa oleifera’s energy boost can be found in its unique combination of nutrients, in particular the combination of vitamin B, and high amounts of magnesium and potassium. Vitamin B increases the absorption of magnesium and potassium in your body. Vitamin B1 helps convert sugar into energy and Vitamin C helps boost immunity. Moringa oleifera is also rich in various antioxidants, including quercetin and chlorogenic acid which help regulate blood sugar levels and naturally detoxify your body.
  • Hyleys Japanese Matcha with Ceylon Sencha & Mint / Ginger – Matcha green tea is a rich source of vitamin B & C as well as manganese, iron, phosphorus and potassium. Catechins in matcha green tea have a significant effect on lowering low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol. The epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) found in abundance in matcha green tea with Mint helps promote weight loss. Amino acid, L-Theanine in matcha green tea helps enhance mood and improves memory and concentration.
  • Hyleys Colon Cleanse & Blackberry / Cranberry – Senna is a herb that is used for its effective laxative properties. It works by interacting with the bacteria in the digestive tract, resulting in intestinal contractions. This process relaxes the intestines and helps the digested food move smoothly through the digestive tract. Senna herb traditionally combined with fennel seed, coriander seed and ginger reduces the possibility of unpleasant feeling like cramping. Licorice & bael fruit contain mild laxative properties and this further contributes to provide a soothing effect to your intestines. Cinnamon bark is rich in dietary fiber and is used to relieve the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome. Fennel seed aids in the relief of abdominal discomfort such as gas and stomach bloating.


Directions

Pour 8oz freshly boiled water over a tea bag in a cup. Cover cup and steep 5-8 minutes. Gently squeeze the tea bag to release any remaining extract. These steps directly influence the beneficial components that end up in your tea cup.

 

How To Use:

 

Morning – Moringa Oleifera with Green Tea & Lemon / Mango – This tea contains moringa oleifera, one of the most nutrient-dense plants on the planet with high amounts of calcium, iron, vitamins and all of the same essential amino acids as any other complete protein, like quinoa or meat. In the ayurvedic system of medicine, moringa is said to prevent 300 diseases.* Therefore it is also known as the most nutritious green or “the miracle tree”. A cup of this tea each morning will help regulate blood sugar levels and naturally detoxify your body.

 

Afternoon – Japanese Matcha with Ceylon Sencha & Mint / Ginger – This shade grown matcha tea powder together with sencha tea leaves, help preserve many of its positive effects, including its many vitamins, minerals and other micronutrients. It is packed with powerful antioxidants that green tea is renowned for and helps boost your body’s immune system. The benefits of this tea extend well beyond your physical health, and is also good for your mental wellbeing.

 

Night – Colon Cleanse & Blackberry / Cranberry – This caffeine free herbal tea offers fast, gentle and effective relief to those who suffer from symptoms of occasional constipation or wish to detoxify the body.* The ingredients are specially formulated to suit today’s demanding lifestyle and eating habits, offering a safe and easy way to cleanse your body at the end of each day.

 

To attain maximum benefit, it is important to maintain a healthy and balanced diet which is high in fiber, drink plenty of water, with moderate exercise on a regular basis.

Free Of
GMOs, colors. preservatives, staples.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 0.05 oz 1.5 g
Servings per Container: 42
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories00%
Total Fat0 g0%
   Saturated Fat0 g0%
   Trans Fat0 g
Cholesterol0 mg0%
Sodium0 mg0%
Total Carbohydrate less than10%
   Dietary Fiber0 g0%
   Total Sugars0 g
Protein0 g0%
Vitamin D0 mcg0%
Calcium1 mg0%
Iron0 mg0%
Potassium45 mg1%
Other Ingredients: Hyleys Moringa Oleifera with Green Tea & Lemon: Small leaf Chinese green tea, 100% natural dried moringa oleifera leaves, natural lemon flavor.
Hyleys Moringa Oleifera with Green Tea & Mango: Small leaf Chinese green tea, 100% natural dried moringa oleifera leaves, natural mango flavor.
Hyleys Japanese Matcha with Ceylon Sencha & Mint: Japanese origin matcha green tea, ceylon origin sencha green tea, mint leaf.
Hyleys Japanese Matcha with Ceylon Sencha & Ginger: Japanese origin matcha green tea, ceylon origin sencha green tea, ginger root.
Hyleys Colon Cleanse & Blackberry: Senna leaves, licorice root, cinnamon bark, fennel seed, ginger root, coriander seed, bael fruit, natural blackberry flavor.
Hyleys Colon Cleanse & Cranberry: Senna leaves, licorice root, cinnamon bark, fennel seed, ginger root, coriander seed, bael fruit, natural cranberry flavor.
Warnings

Do Not Use if you have or develop diarrhea or abdominal pain. Please consult your physician if you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a prevalent medical condition, prior to use of this product. Do not exceed recommended dose.

The product packaging you receive may contain additional details or may differ from what is shown on our website. We recommend that you reference the complete information included with your product before consumption and do not rely solely on the details shown on this page. For more information, please see our full disclaimer.
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Be Here Now: 2 'Mindsight' Practices to Infuse Your Life With Presence

You’ve heard of insight—focused reflection—and you have probably heard of mindfulness: vigilant attention to the present moment. But have you heard of mindsight, which combines the meaning of both words into an amalgam that means the mind’s ability to be aware of itself?

Two Hands Clinking Together Teacups on Wooden Table Outdoors to Represent Mindsight Technique of Tea Sitting | Vitacost.com/blog

Dan Siegel, clinical professor of psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine and executive director of the Mindsight Institute, coined the term mindsight to help define and enlarge our sense of our internal landscape. Here’s what he has to say about mindsight:

“Mindsight is more than just an understanding, Mindsight gives us the tools to monitor the internal world with more clarity and depth, and also to modify that internal world with more power and strength. So in all these ways, Mindsight is a construct that’s a bit larger than insight. It’s even larger than mindfulness, because it’s really not just about being present moment to moment, but it’s about being present so you monitor what’s going on, but then modify what’s happening.”

What is mindfulness?

Let’s begin with mindfulness, one of the cornerstones of mindsight. While definitions vary from expert to expert, most people agree that it has something to do with a present moment awareness of what’s happening as its happening. It’s different than merely paying attention, however.

Attention is a way to regulate the flow of information, within us and with others. Awareness has a richer texture: It includes subjective experience, an inner, felt sense of knowing.

Mindfulness helps people distinguish between awareness of sensations and awareness of observations, how we interpret sensations through beliefs, feelings, thoughts and perceptions. 

[blockquote type="default" style="1"]To be mindful is to notice when your mind wanders, or if you are in a flow.[/blockquote]

It lets you identify mental activity rather than reinforce absolute beliefs. Most importantly, mindfulness gives us an inner spaciousness between reaction and response. As Siegel says, “we realize that there is a pause between impulse or desire and action, and we can choose to have a reflective response rather than a reactive response.”

Open the blinders with mindsight

Once we’ve developed the habit of questioning our impulses, reactions, thoughts and beliefs, we are ready to come into a state of mindsight. Mindsight creates a field of open awareness, where the typical filters through which we perceive the world—constraining our experience and keeping us stuck in painful emotional patterns—become more permeable.

We begin to notice the filter, the emotional pattern, that limits us. According to Siegel, “Neuroscientists commonly call the brain an “anticipation machine.” To predict and get ready for what is going to happen next, it constructs a perceptual filter that selects and organizes what we actually become aware of based on what we’ve experienced before, he says.

Our filters tend to lie toward two poles, rigidity and control on the one side, chaos and impulsivity on the other. Siegel likens the two extremes to riverbanks that alert us to when we are out of balance or are missing something.

And that something is called integration. And when we’re integrated, when we link different parts of our internal world and our relationships, we’re in the flow of a river that has the sense of harmony, it’s flexible, it’s adaptive, it has a coherence to it that holds together, and that’s energized and stable. Mindsight is the ability for us to see within ourselves, to dive deeply into the sea inside. 

Trust in the flow

Mindsight is the river; without it we will be marooned on either bank. The flow is emergent but confident—it knows that it flows but does not need to know exactly where. As one of Siegel’s mentors, the poet John O’Donohue wrote, “I would love to live like a river flows, carried by the surprise of its own unfolding.”

Mindsight combines insight and integration with one more key component—empathy. Our brains can't develop in a vacuum; mindsight is developed, says Siegel, as a reflection of the quality of our relationships. 

[blockquote type="default" style="1"]Mindsight allows you to create an image in your mind of what’s going on inside the mind of someone else.[/blockquote] 

Mindsight, then, is mindfulness in action. Through focusing attention on the mind itself, you can move the brain to a more integrated, harmonious way of functioning. Mindsight overrides our tendency to rigidity, our susceptibility toward chaos. Through that integration, the river of our life can flow, unfolding in harmony, flexibility, adaptability, coherence, stability and energy.

If you are feeling kind of heady, fear not. Just like mindfulness, mindsight can be learned. Here are two effective ways to cultivate mindsight:

1. Tea sitting

Objectivity, or following the flow of your thoughts without judging, noticing how you feel and learning from it, is one of the pillars of mindsight.

Taking some time in your day, such as a tea sit, to slow down, gather yourself and collect your thoughts can strengthen your mind’s ability to be objective. Esther Cohen, a nutritionist, intuitive counsellor and author of “Alchemy of Nourishment: The Art, Science and Magic of Eating”, suggests a simple tea sit to amplify awareness.

According to Lu Yu, an ancient Chinese tea master, “Tea tempers the spirits, calms and harmonizes the mind: it arouses thought and prevents drowsiness, lightens and refreshes the body and clears their perceptive faculties.” To create your own tea ceremony, green tea, black tea or any herbal cleanse tea is fine. Experiment with whether you prefer to sit inside or outside, in silence or with music. Cohen goes into more detail about the gifts of an informal tea ceremony:

Paromi Tea Full Leaf Tea Jasmine Green Tea | Vitacost.com/blog“The tea sit is an opportunity to experience transition: to go from activity to stillness, then back to activity. Tea must be served hot, for it requires you to slow down to drink it. Welcome its warmth, which draws you deep inside, inviting you to open up your senses and engage with your surroundings. Tea is about grace and peace. It involves sipping, tasting, savoring, soothing and taking time to infuse your experience, just as tea leaves are infused into the water. The tea sit is a time to gently reflect upon your day, nourishing your mind, body and spirit.”

Try this: Make yourself, and/or a dear friend, a cup of steaming hot tea. Admire the cup the tea is served in, the color of the tea and what the light is doing, whether you are inside or outside. Sip the tea while it’s hot. A few teas to try are Paromi Full Leaf Jasmine Green Tea, or for a non-caffeinated tea, steep some organic mint tea

2. Relaxation

Another way to tap into mindsight is through activities such as yoga and meditation, which encourage you to become aware of the mind’s activity. Through skilled observation, you can learn to notice when distracting thoughts pull away your focus. If doing a whole yoga practice at home intimidates you, try choosing to do just three postures in the morning or evening.

If doing yoga at home is not an option, even slowing down enough to take a bath can encourage the condition for mindsight. Watch your thoughts, notice your emotions and accept them for what they are and how they present without personal identification. Here are some final words on mindsight from Siegel that you can ponder:

San Francisco Salt Company Bath & Spa Salt Sleep Lavender | Vitacost.com/blogMindsight is the difference between saying “I am sad” and “I feel sad.” Similar as those two statements may seem, they are profoundly different. “I am sad” is a kind of limited self-definition. “I feel sad” suggests the ability to recognize and acknowledge a feeling, without being consumed by it. The focusing skills that are part of mindsight make it possible to see what is inside, to accept it, and in the accepting to let it go, and finally, to transform it.

Try this: A bath has therapeutic qualities and can encourage a profound release. Epsom salts promote stress reduction and can soothe rough skin and rough emotional landscapes. San Francisco Salt Company Bath & Spa Salt Sleep Lavender is an Epsom salt blend that can take you to a place of depth and surrender.

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