The Duck Flower is used to cleanse the body of mucus, toxins, and excess water weight. It has been used in Dr. Sebi's Usha Village for years before it became mainstream.
Traditionally, the dehydrated Duck Flower can be soaked in warm spring water to rehydrate. You can also consume the Duck Flower tea (remaining water from soaking the flower).The Duck Flower can be blended into smoothies (dehydrated or rehydrated). Or it can be eaten as is.
The Duck is an aggressive detox and it removes a lot of mucus from the body.
Taken in more than the required quantity, this potent compound can also lead to stomach discomfort and vomiting. It may cause:
- stomach discomfort
- swollen lymph nodes
- flu-like symptoms
- hot flashes
The extent of side effects and discomfort will be unique to each person. What you experience depends on your age, diet, and immune system. We do not recommend ingesting The Duck when you’re pregnant, ill, or breastfeeding. Children should not ingest it either.
The side effects of the Duck Flower can last around 3-to-8 hours. It is best to take this detoxifier after consulting a medical professional, especially if you are on other medication.
Are the benefits worth it? Yes! Even though it’s a harsh detox for most people, they report feeling 100% lighter and cleaner the next day.
Benefits of a Duck Flower Detox:
- It cleanses your body of toxins and mucus
- It may remove both parasites and waste that may be in the intestinal tract.
- Mental clarity is also a possible benefit of the detox.
- The duck flower notoriously reduces menstrual cramps and regulates your period.
- It may also remove heavy metals from the body
- After the detox, cravings and bloating may reduce significantly
So, ask your health consultant about this miraculous plant and ensure that it is sourced from a reputable source.