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From Traditional Medicinals

Eater’s Digest® Tea promotes healthy digestion* and relieves stomach distress after eating.* Peppermint and fennel-based teas are approved in Europe for occasional indigestion, particularly when there is flatulence and a sensation of fullness.* Ginger has been shown to promote the flow of digestive juices,* a normal process that supports the digestive system. Today’s fast paced lifestyles often don’t leave time for peaceful mealtimes. Carry a few of our individually wrapped teabags with you to restaurants, while traveling and for use at school or work. Eater’s Digest® is a flavorful complement to any meal and a satisfying way to end one.

Eater’s Digest® Tea Ingredients: Organic peppermint leaf** [PhEur] 840 mg, Organic bitter fennel fruit [PhEur] 210 mg, Organic ginger rhizome [JP] 210 mg.

Eater’s Digest® Tea Proprietary Blend: 490 mg, Organic rose hip [PhEur], Papaya leaf, Organic alfalfa leaf [BHP], Organic cinnamon bark.

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1108 tasting notes

Definitely glad I had a box of this in the cupboard again last night. :(

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more

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Anyone have some loose leaf tea recommendations that are as yummy and effective as this tea??? A perfect accompaniment to any meal, works amazingly well for indigestion and nausea ;-)

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more
Bonnie

Mint tea, Chamomile tea, Pu-erh is good for the stomach.

DaisyChubb

I swear by shu puerh to settle my tummy after big meals! Haven’t tried it with nausea yet, but I’ll definitely think of it next time I’m under the weather! :)

Bonnie

I found that what was giving me trouble for years was a food allergy. Worth checking out. I am allergic to beans so can’t drink rooibos or honeybush tea. Allergic to potato and nightshade family foods. Pay attention to what you eat that upsets your stomach and make notes. Keep track.Then look online. You could have a common allergy. Or see your Doctor and ask.

Hesper June

Mountain Rose Herbs has a loose herbal tea called Happy Tummy Blend, that has a ingredient list similar to this tea.
Also, fairly cost effective at 6.85 for 4 ounces.

Relmaster

Where can I get some good “shu Pu-erh’s”? I never had any pu-erh’s before..what are they like/similar to? Do they have alot of caffeine? I am definitely going to look up Happy tummy from mountain rose herbs… I have alot of their essential oils (aromatherapy) and they are of very high quality ;) Thank you all for the suggestions..keep em’ coming ;)

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I had strayed over to Yogi Teas for a while, but had gotten tired of the licorice in everything they offer. So with a recent bout of what may be acid reflux (not sure, but it runs in the family) I am trying to be very kind to my tummy.
This tastes pretty good actually- minty/herby. It actually seems to be working, and what’s more the sinus headache I had all day finally start to go away.
I have a few coupons for Traditional Medicinals (they’re in just about every magazine I read), so I think I’ll return to them next time I have an ailment.

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Boiling 8 min or more
TeaBrat

I get acid reflux too but mint seems to make it worse… :-/

Lisbet

Ugh. It does say on the box to use caution when taking it for acid reflux, but it seemed okay for me, so far.

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I tried this as a replacement to my Refresh by Tazo staple to see how it would hold up to easing my stomach. It was hard to wait for a 15 minute steep time to complete, but I brewed up two cups at the same time, as it recommends 2-3 cups. The herbs blend together nicely. I can taste the mint and licorice. It leaves the throat a little dry. I’d drink this again when the situation arises.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 8 min or more

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If you eat a meal that is to large or you feel so full you are uncomfortable this tea is the solution, no need for tums or Rolaids or just being miserable one cup of this will put you back in your comfort zone. As well as fixing tummy troubles it tastes great and has a mild minty flavor

Preparation
4 min, 45 sec

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