As the temperatures start to drop, it's important to take some time to detox your body and prepare for the winter season. Detoxing can help boost your immune system, increase your energy levels, and improve your overall health. Here are five ways to detox before winter:

  1. Cleanse your diet.
    The first step to detoxing is to cleanse your diet. This means eliminating processed foods, sugar, alcohol, caffeine, and other unhealthy foods from your diet. Instead, focus on eating whole, nutrient-dense foods like fruits, vegetables, lean protein, and whole grains. You can also add in detoxifying foods like leafy greens, turmeric, ginger, and garlic.

  2. Take an antioxidant supplement.
    The Patch Remedy's DAILY DETOX patch is an essential for your winter detoxing. A daily patch which delivers the body's two mightiest antioxidants - Glutathione & N-Acetyl Cysteine direct to your system via the skin. It's also  a great pair with the IMMUNITY patch for your pre-winter prep.

  3. Hydrate your body.
    Drinking plenty of water is key to flushing out toxins from your body. Aim to drink at least 8-10 glasses of water per day, and consider adding in other hydrating beverages like herbal teas, coconut water, and vegetable juices.

  4. Exercise regularly.
    Regular exercise is another important aspect of detoxing. Exercise helps increase circulation, which in turn helps your body eliminate toxins more efficiently. Aim to get at least 30 minutes of moderate exercise each day, and consider incorporating activities like yoga, Pilates, or tai chi for added stress relief.

  5. Get enough sleep.
    Getting enough sleep is crucial for detoxing. During sleep, your body repairs and regenerates, which helps eliminate toxins and keep your immune system strong. Aim to get 7-8 hours of sleep per night, and consider creating a bedtime routine, such as applying our SLEEP PATCH before bed to help you wind down and relax.


If you would like to find out more about our patches, you can read all about patches here. We recommend that you chat with your healthcare provider before switching to patches or taking new herbs, minerals and supplements.

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