This spicy blend of Oregon Grape and Ginger is designed to settle upset tummys instantly!
Can be used to treat:
- Stomach Virus;
- Diarrhea - loose watery stools;
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS);
- Yeast overgrowth (Candida albacans infection, chronic yeast infections)
- Bacterial infections
- Gas and bloating
*These statemets have not been evaluated by the FDA.
All of our medicinal teas are made in appropriate dosages for Adults and children over 13 years of age. If you would like to give this tea to someone younger 2-3 tablespoons is appropriate and can be made into a syrup by adding honey, when appropriate.
Have a question about this product? Reach out to us via the forums page!
"Calm Tummy" Chai Tea
Ingredients:Orgegon Grape (Mahonia aquifolium), Ginger, Cloves, Green Cardomom, Cinnamon, and Nutmeg.
Directions: Steep one bag of tea into 8 oz. of water. Allow the tea to infuse for 10-15 minutes. Sweeten with honey (optional) and enjoy!
Each canister contains 7-14 Medicinal Tea Bags. I give herbalism classes often and my participants are often shocked to find out that store brought teas (prepared as recommended on the package) provide very little (if any) medicinal support to the body.
To reap the medicinal benefits of tea one needs to consume (at least) 4-6g of herb (please keep in mind that this wildly varies depending on which herb / specific herbal action you are seeking so please, please don't throw 4-6g of any herb and a pot and think its ok. Herbalism is a science and herbs are drugs. Thus, they can harm you if used incorrectly). However 4-6g seems to be pretty standard for a medicinal blend.
Its important to note here that store brought tea blends often contain less than 1g of dry herbs per bag.
When designing my tea line I wanted to ensure that my clients were properly educated about teas and their importance as quick, easy, and effective medicines.
My tea blends offer full medicinal doses to ensure that therapeutic goals are met. Each bag of my MEDICINAL CHI TEA is filled with 6-8g of herb. That's 42-56g of herb total in each can. Compare that with the (maybe) 18g of herb that you will pick up in a WHOLE BOX at the grocery store.
Additionally, each bag can make two cups (I like to strain my herb then add it back to the pot for another "wash", often there is plenty of beneficial plant medicine left!).
So in every canister of my medicinal teas you are sure to get the proper dosage for the intended herbal action, quality herbs, and superior taste.
If you have questions about this product contact me via the forums page, I'd be happy to help!