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Overindulge herbal tea, caffeine free

Available in 2 sizes! 50 grams, 100 grams

Useful for digestive tract support. (My kids call this hangover tea. lol)

For tips on how to brew the perfect cuppa tea, check out my blog!

All herbs used in this blend are organic.

 

What's in the blend?

peppermint (Mentha piperita),  goldenrod (Solidago virgaurea), chamomile (Matricaria recutita), thyme (Thymus vulgaris), fennel (Foeniculum vulgare var. dulce)

Calming and soothing to the gastrointestinal tract, this tea is great for when you've overinduleged in sweets, ate too many big meals, or you drank more than you should have the night before. Because it's such a gentle blend, you can drink it every day if you tend to deal with gas, bloating, and general unwellness of the digestive system.

 

Suggested dose: Drink to 1-2 cups as needed. Or once a day to help an unruly digestive tract. 

 

Directions: Use one heaping teaspoon or up to 1 tablespoon of herbs for each 10 oz cup of water. Place herb in tea infuser, pour boiling water in the cup and let the herbs steep (covered) 8-10 minutes. Sweeten if desired. Can be consumed iced.

 

Caution: Chamomile is a very gentle and safe herb, however it can cause allergic reactions in some individuals, especially those who are sensitive to plants in the Asteraceae family (Hoffmann, 2003). Chamomile may reduce the absorption of iron; in cases of anemia, avoid taking chamomile simultaneously with meals or iron supplements (Mills & Bone, 2005). Aviva Romm (2017) discourages the use of German chamomile before undergoing surgery due to its potent anticoagulant action. In addition, the herb may increase the strength of barbiturates and other sedatives, and caution is suggested (Mitrea, 2008). Avoid if pregnant or nursing.

 

Overindulge Tea

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  •  Find suggested brewing temperatures, how to use a French press for tea, tips and tricks, and so much more. Check out my blog posts about brewing tea here.

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