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Teas For Digestion

Plant based infusions have traditionally been used to naturally support good digestive health. They can assist in aiding digestion, reducing inflammation and bloating. 

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Teas For Digestion

Plant based infusions have traditionally been used to naturally support good digestive health. They can assist in aiding digestion, reducing inflammation and bloating. 

JASMINE
organic scented / green tea

Green tea contains polyphenols that help to reduce inflammation and aid digestion. Best drunk with or after a meal. 

NAMASTE
organic spearmint / herbal tisane

Spearmint has a long history of use for relieving symptoms of indigestion or an upset stomach. Carvone, naturally found in spearmint helps to soothe contractions in the digestive system.

CLOUD 9 
chamomile / herbal tisane

Initial studies have shown that chamomile herbal tea may help with gut health due to its anti inflammatory and anti microbial properties.

RISE + SHINE
organic lemongrass / green tea

Explore the combined health benefits of green tea and lemongrass. Both high in anti-oxidants for maintaining a healthy gut. A 2012 study indicated that lemongrass may help prevent gastric ulcers.

LIGHTS OUT
organic lemon + ginger / herbal tisane

Traditionally, ginger has been used to relieve the symptoms of nausea, due to a specific compound - gingerol. 

RACING GREEN
organic peppermint / herbal tisane

Peppermint tea contains a higher level of menthol than spearmint and is thought to have a relaxing effect on the digestive system. 

SUNDAZE
organic lemon verbena
herbal tisane

Lemon verbena is a natural medicinal botanical. It has soothing qualities that can relieve gastrointestinal issues. Lemon verbena also helps to regulate the apetite. 

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Scientific Health Benefits

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Digestion

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