Tearapy Digestive Aid

$20.00

Brand Tearapy

Your lifestyle and your choice of food can affect the way your body digest. If you neglect your digestive health, it could lead to digesting problems like flatulence, constipation, and bloating. Drinking Digestive Aid tea regularly can provide you with a settled stomach and easy digestion.

Ingredients: - Senna leaf - Fennel seeds - Anise - Mint - Cumin - Nettle leaf - Lemongrass

When used at the right dosage, Senna is a safe natural laxative that is FDA approved to treat constipation. ’Anthraquinone’ found in it, is the key factor to help fighting constipation, by irritating colon which promotes peristalsis and evacuation.

Being rich in dietary fibers & anti-acidic properties, Fennel seeds work on eliminating constipation and in reducing stomach gases, hence eases digestion.

In addition to it antibacterial properties, research found that Mint tea increases bile secretion and encourage bile flow, which helps speed up digestion as well as reducing bloating.

Lemongrass helps soothe an upset stomach, regulate digestion and get rid of excess flatulence.

Studies have shown that regularly consuming Nettle tea, with its potent anti-inflammatory powers, helps in reducing constipation, diarrhea and upset stomach.

Cumin has active ingredients that have an anti-inflammatory and antiseptic effect. Researchers have evaluated cumin extract for treating the cramps, digestive spasms, nausea, and bloating associated with IBS.

The diuretic and laxative effect of Anise helps relieve symptoms of constipation as well as having an anti-spasmodic effect that helps you reducing bloating.

About Tearapy:

TEARAPY ™ creates new usage of herbal teas to help people preserve their health, prevent unexpected diseases, and protect any future health symptoms in a natural way. Ages ago, herbs were used by our ancestors as a cure and protection against many diseases. It is part of our Lebanese tradition and our grandparents always believed that “there was no disease that could not be cured by herbs”.