Tummy Tonic

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From Carytown Teas

Organic Tummy Tonic is an herbal tea blend designed to help sooth an upset stomach, stimulate digestion, relieve bloating and is delicious and safe to drink any time of day, every day!

Ingredients and their reputed benefits: Organic Ginger Root which is perhaps the best herb for digestion and abdominal cramping, Organic Licorice Root is a demulcent (soothing and coating agent) aiding in the relief of pain caused by ulcers and in lab test has actually been known to kill off the Helicobacter Pylori bacteria which causes most ulcers, Organic Peppermint Leaf helps calm the stomach, treats nausea, aids in digestion and treats Irritable Bowl Syndrome, Organic Egyptian Chamomile which not only soothes your nerves but relaxes and smoothes the muscle lining of the digestive tract.

Origin: Global

Tasting Notes: Tummy Tonic has an uplifting, refreshing aroma with light notes of apple and spicy sweetness of ginger and licorice.

Brewing Instructions: 1 heaping Tbsp per 6oz cup, steep 5-10 minutes at 200 degrees (rolling boil)

For Best Results: Steep 10 – 15 minimum. We recemmend the 4oz. bag which will make tea for 2-3 weeks.

Ingredients: Organic Ginger Root, Organic Licorice Root, Organic Peppermint Leaf, Organic Egyptian Chamomile

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4846 tasting notes

I have been enjoying jalapeno chips all evening, and as a result, I now have an upset stomach. I had been holding on to this for a while, hoping for just the right time to try it, and it would appear that time is now.

The flavors are strong … and yet mild and soothing. The ginger and peppermint work together to soften each other out a little bit, curbing the sharper flavors of each, so that the flavor is a mellow ginger and peppermint note, with hints of licorice in the background, every once in a while the licorice surfaces to remind you that it’s there, but, for the most part, it remains a sweet background note. The chamomile isn’t all that strong, but it does offer a pleasing aroma to the cup and I do taste it. It’s very soft but it’s there.

And this is soothing my stomach … I’ve been sipping on it for about a half an hour now, and my tummy no longer feels like it had one too many jalapeno chips (and really, it had quite a few too many! Oh… but they are SO good.) I hope that this will be soothing enough so that I might avoid heartburn. I shall have to let you know.


Sororitea Sisters think alike! I had natural Jalapeno Chips yesterday, too! They were GREAT :)


I don’t know which type you had, mine were from Deano’s Jalapenos … they were actual thin slices of jalapenos that had been fried and lightly salted. So amazingly good. My review of these will be on my foodie blog … I think later today… if not today, then within the next couple of days.


Oh… and PS: No heartburn last night after eating all those Jalapeno chips. This stuff works!


Ginger, Licorice, peppermint and chamomile? That is indeed a wide-spectrum medicinal! I’ve outlived my ability to consume jalapenos in any form, but I’m impressed by the results you reported.

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Some days I wake up and my stomach is just not happy with me for whatever reasons a stomach has, which I imagine aren’t very good reasons. I usually just drink whatever tea I’m in the mood for to soothe it, but since TeaEqualsBliss sent me some of this, I figure it is definitely worth a shot to see if maybe specific herbs with good purposes would do an even better job.

The tea is very entertaining while it’s steeping because of the chamomile. It’s fluffy! But the tea doesn’t steep into anything pretty. It looks murky…but it smells pretty good.

I’m confused now that I’m sipping it. It’s really sweet, like coating my throat with sugar is how it feels. This mug was clean, what is going on…can these ingredients really cause this to taste sweet? Like now I am convinced the dishwasher packet stuff didn’t clean off and I am drinking dishwashing soap that tastes really good. So better safe than sorry, I dumped it and made a new cup.

And it is definitely the tea, I guess. I even steeped it shorter and it’s still there. I really like the taste before it’s sweet like that and it really is soothing, but I really didn’t want to trade off a happy stomach for an uncomfortable throat.

Now that it’s cooled a bit I have identified the culprit…the licorice! It still leaves a weird taste to me but I’m also weird and the only licorice I like is salty licorice/salmiakki so when it’s sweet it just throws me off, haha.


I love your comments, you are funny!


Thank you, Bonnie, it makes my day to hear that! :D

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I’ve been trying to stick with an IBS-C Diet (sorry if that is TMI for you LOL) but sometimes I stray and then I suffer. Anyhow…thought I would try this tea today and I will say I am very surprised at how tasty it is. I was thinking it would be overly herbal and nothing more…but it’s a pretty tasty cuppa. Oddly, I find the licorice to be a good draw here – I rarely EVER say that because I am not really into licorice teas…but seriously it gives it just enough to be noticed and paired with the other ingredients it works amazingly! I can taste the Chamomile at first but then it changes up to licorice and minty-goodness. And for those who aren’t crazy about mint…it smells more like mint than it tastes. I can see the ginger more than I can smell or taste it but I will say I think it blends well with the other ingredients and contributes to the overall flavor!

This is the surprise of the day, folks, and it was a pleasant one!!!!


I guess I just need to buck up and learn to like (or at least tolerate) licorice … if I ever intend to get any use out of medicinal tea blends. (Even thinking about it, my tongue feels gluey! :)

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Had this one for awhile. I wouldn’t say it’s my go-to tummy tea, however I do find it to be a nice calming tea for my nervous system if I am stressed. The chamomile is the top note, followed by the sweetness of the licorice, then the mint and ginger. All ingredients are organic and fair trade. Steeped 10 mins with just boiled water.

8 OZ / 236 ML

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