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Rest and Digest

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  • “My huge (for me) Tealux order arrived today. I now have 36 new teas, mostly sample sizes, to try. I haven't even finished trying the teas from my TeaFrog order yet. I think I'm becoming an...” Read full tasting note
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Rest and Digest is an eminently palatable feel-good combination of herbs which are known in herbal medicine as ‘carminatives’- herbs which help to settle the stomach, aid in digestion and relieve bloating. This naturally antispasmodic combination can also help to relieve the pain of trapped wind and gas, and soothe gastro-intestinal pain and discomfort. Safe for use during pregnancy and nursing, Rest and Digest is also a safe way to help ease morning sickness and other digestive ailments that often accompany pregnancy.

Delicately flavored and with an enticing, light and refreshing aroma, Rest and Digest is the perfect drink for after a meal, or at any time of the day to help to keep your body on an even keel.

Ingredients: Anise, fennel, chamomile, lemon balm, ginger root, peppermint, safflower.

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My huge (for me) Tealux order arrived today. I now have 36 new teas, mostly sample sizes, to try. I haven’t even finished trying the teas from my TeaFrog order yet. I think I’m becoming an addict.

It was pretty late when I got home, so I pulled out an herbal blend to try. I’m a fan of anise and fennel, so I thought Rest and Digest would be pretty good. I don’t think I’ve ever had lemon balm in a tea before, though.

I get definite tastes of fennel and chamomile when drinking it, which I liked. There’s a bit of a floral note at the end that I’m not a huge fan of, though. I’m not sure if that’s the lemon balm or the safflower. It’s not bad, it’s just not great.

Overall, a very drinkable tea, that likely would help with digestion if that was an issue.

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