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Temple Gold - Tea for Digestive Health

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This tea is soothing - tasting of lemongrass and ginger. Each small batch is hand blended to perfection using all natural, premium dried herbs, sourced from the highest quality heritage growers from around the world. The combination of the ingredients in this tea provides significant relief from digestive discomforts, as well as anti-inflammatory properties, and may support a strong immune system.

Enjoy whenever you are suffering from an upset stomach, or just in the mood for something deliciously soothing. Recommended to drink hot, sweet or un-sweet. 

 

Flavor Profile:

- Fragrant and Mildly Spicy

 

Nutritional Information:

- Caffeine Free

- less than 5 calories per serving

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Ingredients:

Lemongrass, Phetchabun Province in central Thailand

Has a distinct lemony flavor.  Lemongrass tea is a go-to alternative remedy for upset stomach, stomach cramping, and other digestive problems, lemongrass may also be effective against gastric ulcers. Lemongrass contains several antioxidants, which can help scavenge free radicals in your body that may cause disease. Antioxidants of note are chlorogenic acid, isoorientin, and swertiajaponin. Lemongrass tea may help treat oral infections and cavities, thanks to its antimicrobial properties. In the world of natural health, lemongrass is a known diuretic. 2 Lemongrass tea is used as a natural remedy for menstrual cramps, bloating, and hot flashes. (Source)

 

GingerIndia

Earthy with a kick, ginger has been used for millennia to spice food and treat ailments. The active components in ginger — volatile oils and phenol compounds called gingerols — can help relieve nausea. Folk medicine suggests that ginger tea can help calm motion sickness symptoms like dizziness, vomiting, and cold sweats. Ginger consumption can also support lower blood pressure levels, reduce heartburn, and help lower cholesterol. Drinking hot ginger tea has been known to increase feelings of fullness and reduce hunger cravings. Ginger has been used to treat inflammation for centuries. Ginger tea may also help alleviate headaches, menstrual cramps, sore muscles, and other types of mild pain. (Source)

 

Fennel, India

Fennel has a naturally sweet licorice flavor and can relax your muscles, especially the muscles in the digestive tract. Fennel helps relieve flatulence, diarrhea, and a generally upset stomach.  Fennel tea is an antimicrobial and antiviral agent, which helps your body fight infection.  Drinking some fennel tea will help cleanse your body and move toxins through your system. Fennel has been used for centuries as a galactagogue — a substance to increase the quality and quantity of breastmilk in breastfeeding moms. (Source)

 

FenugreekIndia

Fenugreek seed has a bitter, curry-like flavor. Fenugreek is an herb long used in alternative medicine. It’s a common ingredient in Indian dishes and often taken as a supplement. For thousands of years, fenugreek has been used in alternative and Chinese medicine. Fenugreek is rich in vitamins including Iron, Manganese and Magnesium. Fenugreek can help reduce pain from heart burn, lower blood sugar levels and help reduce appetite. Fenugreek is widely used as a remedy for locating mothers to increase their milk production as well as to boost testosterone levels in men.

Milk Thistle, Czech Republic

Milk thistle is reputed to benefit the liver due to several active constituent components, commonly referred to collectively as silymarin, which are believed to protect and improve liver function. Throughout history, milk thistle has also been used to treat liver and gallbladder issues. 

 

The herbal information provided is intended for educational purposes only. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. The information on this web site is not intended to prevent, diagnose, treat, or cure any disease. Please see a medical professional about any health concerns you have and before beginning any herbal regimen.

 

These antioxidants may help prevent dysfunction of cells inside your coronary arteries.

2 A diuretic makes you urinate more often, ridding your body of excess fluid and sodium.