Tummy Trouble – Tea Collection
You will receive 1 (ONE) Oz. (ounce) of each Tea for only $15.00
Our Tummy Trouble Teas are great at helping to settle your upset stomach. Give them a try, mint flavors and ginger are known for helping your upset tummy.
Lemon Ginger Tea
Lemonade is just so mainstream. Get the best of both the lemon and tea worlds with this delicious Lemon Ginger Tea. The sweet flavor of the lemon beautifully compliments the bright ginger flavor.
Black tea, Calendula, Ginger, Lemongrass leaves, Lemon pieces, Lime, Pineapple, Sunflower petals
Black tea: Tea made from oxidized green tea leaves, the most popular form of tea in the West today. Black tea not only sharpens your mind and keeps you awake, but it also has various health benefits. This may include reducing your chances of getting atherosclerosis, diabetes, kidney stones, and ovarian cancer.
Calendula: Often utilized to fight cancer, ulcers, and sore throat.
Ginger: An herbal root that helps fight all sorts of stomach ailments.
Lemongrass leaves: Help add a lemony taste. Lemongrass increases your sweat output, which helps fight fevers. Lemongrass may also reduce your chance of getting skin cancer.
Lemon pieces: The lemon is a citrus fruit, so it is a superb source of Vitamin C, which can naturally fight cancer. If you’re feeling under the weather, lemon can also help stop fevers by causing you to sweat more, similarly to lemongrass. We’ve included some pieces of this nifty fruit in this tea.
Lime: Like the lemon, it’s also a citrus fruit, so it’s a fantastic source of vitamin C. Citrus fruits not only combat the free radicals in the body with its vitamin C, but they’re also good for those suffering from diabetes; limes prevent sudden rises in both glucose and blood sugar levels.
Pineapple: There is an enzyme named bromelain which combats arthritis, but it isn’t common – yet pineapple has it! Pineapple is also known to reduce your chances of getting various kinds of cancer, including breast and throat cancer, thanks to its vitamin C.
Sunflower petals: In tea, these petals are thought to combat sore throats very well.
Location: This tea hails from Sri Lanka, from the Nuwara Eliva, Dimbula, and Uva regions. Packaged in Canada.
Antioxidant Level: High
Caffeine Content: Medium
Love the flavor of your favorite mints and gum? Now you can enjoy the cool rush as a refreshing, healthy tea. Not only is this spearmint tea a delicious herbal tea that’s completely caffeine-free, but it’s even cooler as an iced tea.
Spearmint leaves: Spearmint has a very…minty flavor! That’s why fresh breath smells often can be traced back to spearmint. But freshness isn’t the only benefit! Spearmint is also very helpful for a multitude of stomach problems. If you suffer from irritable bowel syndrome, spearmint is a great help. In addition to your stomach, it’s also good for your heart – spearmint reduces the chance of heart disease and blood pressure problems. We also offer spearmint as an essential oil.
Location: This tea comes right from the United States, from the state of Washington.
Antioxidant Level: Low
Caffeine Content: None, as this is an herbal tea and spearmint doesn’t contain any caffeine.