Detox Latte | Ultimate Cleanse for Liver, Kidney and Skin

365veda Detox Latte is a rich blend of Ayurveda herbs and aromatic Indian spices to help flush out toxins from the body, naturally. Give your milk a flavourful upgrade!

30 sachets (5g) per box | Natural Vanilla Flavour ๐Ÿฆ

Regular price Rs. 599.00
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Product Highlights
๐Ÿ‘‰ Designed for easy preparation by mixing with milk
๐Ÿ‘‰ Includes Ayurvedic ingredients: Turmeric, Indian Sarsaparilla, and Licorice along with their extracts
๐Ÿ‘‰ Contains a blend of high-concentration extract of Tinospora cordifolia, Phyllanthus emblica, Terminalia bellerica, Terminalia chebula, and Phyllanthus amarus (PhytoDetox)
๐Ÿ‘‰ Infused with a flavorful blend of Cinnamon, Cardamom, Pepper, Ginger, and Nutmeg for a delightful taste experience
๐Ÿ‘‰ Enriched with Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCTs) from coconut milk powder, providing thickness, texture, and added health benefits
๐Ÿ‘‰ Regular consumption provides detox support and antioxidant benefits
๐Ÿ‘‰ Easy to mix, effortless to enjoy

    How to consume?

    Peel the strip out of the foil and place the strip on your tongue. Allow the strip to dissolve in 60 seconds, do not swallow or chew. The strip may stick to your palate for a moment, donโ€™t worry it will melt..

    When to consume?

    Consider taking the strip after meals, especially one that includes some healthy fats, which enhances the absorption of curcumin. To maximize the benefits of the ingredients, consider establishing a consistent daily timing for consumption.

    Because your body deserves a fresh start

    Enhances Detox Pathways

    Reduces Oxidative Stress

    Regulates Bowel Movement

    Liver Health Support

    Rejuvenating Bioactives

    Anti-inflammatory Properties

    Measurability of results

    Day 0: Establishing baseline parameters and biomarkers encompassing physiological, biochemical and subjective aspects

    By Week 4: Heightened enzymatic activities associated with detox processes, like liver function and oxidative stress markers

    Month 2: Antioxidant defenses continue to enhance, supporting cellular resilience against oxidative stress

    Month 3: Optimized detox pathways, potential improvements in lipid metabolism and a maintained state of cellular homeostasis


    Disclaimer: Potential effects discussed are based on theoretical data; individual responses may vary. Detoxification is a multifaceted process, impacting overall health. For better detox, stay hydrated, eat clean, exercise regularly, and minimize drug intake. Avoid excessive white flour and sugar, promote sweating, consider supplements, and practice daily relaxation techniques. This latte is not designed to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease, and individual responses may vary. The suggested day-wise progression is a hypothetical framework, and actual results are subject to various factors. Users should consult healthcare professionals regarding health concerns, particularly for those with pre-existing conditions or on medication. This information serves as a general guide and not as personalized medical advice.


    Caution: Pregnant or nursing individuals should consult with a healthcare provider before using this, as the safety of certain supplements during pregnancy and lactation may vary.

    Ingredients that renew you from inside

    Coconut Milk Powder

    Enriching your detox experience, coconut milk powder brings a tropical twist to wellness, along with a rich, creamy experience.

    Detoxifying Medium-Chain Fatty Acids: Coconut milk contains medium-chain fatty acids that can aid in detox by promoting the body's natural cleansing processes. These fatty acids are efficiently metabolized, providing a quick energy source and potentially supporting liver function during detoxification.

    Electrolyte Replenishment for Hydration: In the context of detox, coconut milk powder contributes to hydration by offering essential electrolytes like potassium and magnesium. Proper hydration is fundamental for flushing toxins from the body, and these electrolytes assist in maintaining the body's fluid balance during the detoxification process.


    As a versatile prebiotic, inulin plays a key role in supporting gut health during detoxification. Derived from chicory root, it fosters a flourishing environment for beneficial bacteria, aiding digestion and nutrient absorption. Unlocking two detoxifying facets, inulin serves as a gentle digestive ally, contributing to overall well-being.

    Microbial Harmony: Inulin facilitates the growth of beneficial gut bacteria, fostering a balanced microbial environment. This not only aids digestion but also supports the body's natural detoxification processes.

    Blood Sugar Regulation: Beyond gut health, inulin has been linked to improved blood sugar levels. Its ability to modulate glucose metabolism indirectly contributes to overall detoxification by promoting metabolic balance.


    Packed with antioxidants and known for its impact on blood sugar regulation, cinnamon plays a role in supporting the body's natural detoxification processes. Let's explore two intriguing facets of cinnamon's contribution to detoxification.

    Antioxidant Powerhouse: Cinnamon is rich in antioxidants that help combat oxidative stress, a key aspect of detoxification. These compounds support the body's defense against free radicals.

    Blood Sugar Regulation: Cinnamon has been shown to improve insulin sensitivity, contributing to better blood sugar control. By stabilizing glucose levels, it indirectly aids in detoxification processes related to metabolic health.


    Research suggests that cardamom may influence enzymatic activities in the liver, contributing to the body's natural detox processes.

    Detox Enzyme Modulation: Cardamom has been studied for its potential to influence detoxification enzymes in the liver. Certain bioactive compounds in cardamom may contribute to the modulation of enzymes involved in detox processes, highlighting its role in supporting the body's natural cleansing mechanisms.

    Antioxidant Potential: Rich in antioxidants, cardamom exhibits the capacity to neutralize free radicals. This antioxidative prowess can play a crucial role in reducing oxidative stress, a key factor in detoxification. By combating free radicals, cardamom contributes to creating a more favorable environment for the body's detox pathways.


    Ginger, derived from the rhizome of Zingiber officinale, is renowned for its culinary uses and medicinal properties.

    Detoxification Enzyme Modulation: Components like gingerol in ginger are believed to influence detoxification enzymes in the body. These enzymes play a crucial role in breaking down and eliminating toxins. Ginger's interaction with these enzymes may support the overall detox process.

    Anti-Inflammatory and Antioxidant Effects: Ginger exhibits potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects. Chronic inflammation and oxidative stress can hinder detoxification. By mitigating these factors, ginger may indirectly enhance the body's ability to eliminate harmful substances, contributing to a healthier internal environment.

    Backed By Science and Research

    The Phytodetox blend, comprising Triphala (Phyllanthus emblica, Terminalia bellerica, Terminalia chebula), Tinospora cordifolia, and Phyllanthus amarus, synergistically acts as a robust detoxifier. Triphala contributes with antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and immunomodulating effects, offering diverse benefits. This blend, recognized for its analgesic, antibacterial, and wound-healing properties, promotes liver health and prevents oxidative stress. Phyllanthus amarus, specifically, detoxifies by countering free radicals and aiding cell regeneration, notably effective in liver disorders. Tinospora cordifolia in the blend inhibits lipid peroxidation, enhancing the overall hepatoprotective potential. Together, these ingredients create a comprehensive detoxification mechanism, aligning traditional wisdom with scientific findings.

    The inclusion of Hemidesmus indicus further enriches the blend with its traditional uses, ranging from addressing skin issues like acne to hepatoprotective properties promoting overall health and vitality.

    Turmeric, with its active compound curcumin, complements the detoxification process by neutralizing free radicals, activating crucial detoxification enzymes, chelating heavy metals, and stimulating bile production.ย 

    Licorice's diverse pharmacological activities, including analgesic, antitussive, antiarrhythmic, anti-inflammatory, and immune regulation, are accompanied by detoxification effects. It achieves this by enhancing the activity of certain transporters in the body, making it harder for harmful substances to be absorbed through the intestinal membrane reducing xenobiotic absorption across the small intestinal membrane.

    In summary, the Phytodetox blend, fortified by these botanical constituents, orchestrates a comprehensive detoxification symphony, addressing various aspects of oxidative stress, inflammation, and cellular protection. This integrative approach aligns with scientific findings, offering a holistic perspective on the potential detoxification mechanisms involved.

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    Licorice: Phytochemistry, Biological Activities, Clinical Evidence and Toxicology

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