Cleanse Your Liver While You Sleep with These 5 Drinks

Oat drinks are refreshing, light, and perfect for helping you get to sleep at night. They can also provide us with the essential nutrients for our whole bodies, including the liver.
Cleanse Your Liver While You Sleep with These 5 Drinks

Last update: 02 February, 2021

Today many people believe that they need to try different methods to detoxify their bodies – specifically their liver – to reach a good state of health and wellbeing. These can help you to adopt a healthy lifestyle, bit by bit.

These drinks can detoxify your body, and more specifically your liver, are easy to make from a base of natural ingredients, like chamomile or lemon juice for example.

Some people believe that consuming natural drinks can contribute to better liver function, metabolism, digestion of fats, in addition to other processes that help us maintain a stable weight and a healthy liver.

Natural drinks to improve liver health

The following natural drinks are very easy to make and can help you maintain better overall health. Including them in a balanced diet can contribute to a healthy level of hydration.

Below, we share 5 easy recipes that you can enjoy at night, after dinner, and before you go to bed to get a good rest whilst looking after your liver health as you sleep.

1. Oat and cinnamon water

cleanse your liver with oat and cinnamon water before bed


  • Water (1/2 pint)
  • Cinnamon (0.07 ounces)
  • Oats (0.7 ounces)


  • Soak the oats in a glass of water for a couple of hours.
  • Then blend with the half teaspoon of cinnamon powder.
  • Although it’s not recommended, you can add a touch of honey if you want something a little sweeter.

2. Lemon peel tea

Lemon peel tea is an alternative to lemon water. A drink people usually reach for when planning to detox. It’s also very easy to prepare and enjoy the nutrients from the skin of this fruit.


  • 1 cup of water (1/2 pint).
  • 1 lemon peel.
  • Optional: 1 touch of honey (1/6 ounce), some drops of lemon juice.


  1. Cut up the lemon peel and then add it to a cup of boiling water.
  2. Cover and let steep for 10 minutes.
  3. Then, strain and sweeten with the tablespoon of honey.
  4. If you want, add a couple of drops of lemon juice to heighten the taste.
  5. Serve and enjoy in moderation.

3. Ginger and lemon tea

Ginger and lemon tea

Ginger and lemon tea is a great option to improve your liver’s health and at the same time, act as an anti-inflammatory for your abdominal area when you’re bloated.


  • Water (1/2 pint)
  • Juice from 1/2 lemon
  • 1 teaspoon of grated ginger (5 g)


  1. Pour a teaspoon of grated ginger into a cup of water, and then bring it to a boil for 2-3 minutes.
  2. When this is ready, cover the tea and let it steep for 10 minutes.
  3. Strain it and add the lemon juice.
  4. Serve and enjoy in moderation.

4. Mint tea

Refreshing and easy to prepare, mint tea is another alternative that you can consume to detoxify your liver and keep hydrated throughout the day.


  • Water (1/2 pint).
  • Mint leaves (1/3 ounce).
  • Optional: lemon juice (1/10 pint).


  • Add the mint leaves to a cup of boiling water and cover.
  • Let the drink sit for 10 minutes, strain, and, if you’d like, add the half tablespoon of lemon juice.
  • Serve and enjoy in moderation.

You may also be interested in: The Properties and Uses of Ginger

5. Chamomile tea

Chamomile tea


Chamomile tea is an excellent option to relax, and at the same time, it’s a great anti-inflammatory and can help to detoxify you. This is because it has antioxidant, depurative, and sedative properties.


  • 1 cup of water (1/2 pint).
  • Chamomile leaves (1/3 ounce).
  • Optional: a little honey (1/6 ounce).


  1. Add a tablespoon of chamomile flowers to a cup of water and then boil the water on low heat for five minutes.
  2. When it is ready, cover the drink, let sit for 10 minutes, and then strain.
  3. Serve and sip it whilst it’s hot.

Details to keep in mind

In addition to hydrating your body and helping you urinate, hot drinks (teas and natural infusions) can generate the feeling of overall wellbeing and help you avoid industrial drinks. This can help you to detoxify your river and improve your health.

Before beginning any treatment based on nutritional plants (infusions etc) it’s important to visit your doctor, especially if you are taking any medication. There are some herbs and spices that can cause issues.

To ensure that these plant-based medicinal drinks are useful, you should be mindful of how you take them, which is why it’s important to consult your doctor first.

The drinks that we have discussed in this article can form part of a healthy lifestyle, but you definitely shouldn’t use them as a substitute for food or medically prescribed treatment, under any circumstances.

  • Heaner, M. (2013). Detox Diets: Myths vs. Reality. IDEA Fitness Journal.