Sweet Birch for Cellulite

SweetBirchThe dark green leaves, bark, flowers, and sap of this tall, slender deciduous tree all have medicinal properties, with the leaf being the most commonly used part. As an anti-inflammatory with diuretic properties as well, birch may offer some therapeutic benefit to cellulite—particularly by reducing fluid retention which can worsen its appearance.13

  • Suggested dosage: Try drinking some birch tea, which can be found online or at your local herbalist or health food store.13
  • Precautions: May cause an allergic skin reaction or sensitivity to sunlight. May interact with pharmaceutical anti-depressants as well as blood pressure and cholesterol medication.12

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