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If you want to heal your gut naturally, drink gut balance and bye bye, bloat teas to help improve your gut health.
gut balance tea for gut health is a rich blend of botanicals that promote healthy regular digestion, soothe the stomach, and support your liver. The reason this tea is the best herbal tea for gut health lies in the powerful botanicals like puerh, made from fermented tea leaves, which promote healthy gut flora, and dandelion root, which promotes liver health. Drinking gut balance tea on a regular basis can help you feel more energized and focused.
bye bye, bloat tea contains no caffeine, and is ideal to drink after a big meal to relieve excess gas and bloating. The botanicals in this fragrant tea are invigorating, and help to soothe inflammation in your digestive tract. bye bye, bloat tea is a helpful tea for gut inflammation.
For best results:
Drink gut balance tea in the mornings before breakfast to stimulate healthy digestion and regularity. These tea leaves can be resteeped multiple times, so instead of discarding the leaves after your first cup, add more hot water and enjoy a second, third, even a fifth cup using the same leaves. gut balance tea makes a great coffee substitute, as it is far less acidic than coffee while providing enough caffeine to feel energized without the jitters.
drink bye bye, bloat tea after meals to avoid feeling gassy and bloated. This tea is especially effective after consuming a heavy meal. Because it has no caffeine, you can drink it any time of the day or evening. Enjoy a cup between meals to relieve indigestion and digestive inflammation.
gut balance ingredients: Puerh*, Dandelion root*, Roasted Dandelion root*, Chicory root*, He Shou Wu*, Cacao nibs*, Nettle leaf*, Ginkgo biloba*, organic vanilla flavor* (*certified organic)
bye bye, bloat ingredients: Peppermint*, Anise*, Fennel*, Cardamom*, Chamomile*, Ginger* (*certified organic)
brew your tea the easy way with a bold and beautiful black & white tea infuser mug
*This information has not been evaluated by the FDA, and is not intended to diagnose or cure a medical issue, or replace professional medical care. If you are pregnant or nursing, are under the care of a physician, or on prescription medication, talk to your health care provider before making any changes to your diet or routine.