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Happy Tummy Tea

Happy tummy tea for the chronic stomachache girlies!

This week we're looking into specific teas and herbs that help settle the stomach by soothing the digestive tract. Some even act as natural laxatives, which could help reduce signs of bloating. These teas also help support proper digestion and liver function, which is key to losing those extra inches off the tummy.

Milk Thistle

Milk thistle supports a healthy flow and movement of the gastrointestinal tract. In combination with other tummy teas, such as ginger or dandelion root, milk thistle may also help to quell indigestion.

Dandelion Root

Dandelion root helps to detox the liver naturally and may improve gallbladder functionality. It may also help with soothing the digestive tract and act as a natural laxative, which could help reduce the uncomfortable feeling of bloating.

Nourish & Revive

Our Nourish and Revive detox herbal tea blend includes two key ingredients that are key to a happy tummy. Lemon balm and ginger root. The lemon balm in our blend acts as a natural anti-inflammatory. It also helps promote metabolic health.

Ginger root and gut health go hand in hand as the ginger root helps the digestive tract and helps the body absorb nutrients.

Spicy Tummy

Cinnamon has been used for its medicinal properties for over 3,000 years. It's a natural anti-inflammatory and is commonly used to treat gastric diseases in folk medicine. Cinnamon has been known to calm bouts of stomach cramps, IBS, indigestion, and diarrhea.

Tea Time

This week we're shining a spotlight on one of our very own herbal teas that will make your tummy happy, Nourish and Revive. Energize your well-being and treat your tummy with our revitalizing herbal blend. A carefully crafted infusion of nourishing nettle, refreshing lemon balm, earthy sage, sweet licorice, aromatic fennel, and warming ginger. Enjoy a delightful cup of Nourish & Revive and embark on a path to rejuvenation and balance.

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