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Best Teas for Digestive Support

Updated on September 25, 2020
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Did you know herbs are some of the most effective digestive aids? Teas made with ginger, peppermint, and chamomile are incredibly popular, and for good reason—they work. But they aren’t the only plants with digestive powers; for thousands of years herbalists have created dynamic blends from many different herbs to quell occasional digestive woes.*

On one hand, it’s a relief to know there are an abundance of alternative medicines, but selecting the right one can be overwhelming. With dozens of natural products to choose from, you might have more than digestive issues when looking through the tea aisle! To remedy any analysis paralysis, we’ve created this easy-to-use Digestive Decision Tree. This map to natural digestive relief will get you feeling better in no time.

Chamomile: This delicate flower packs quite the herbal punch. With a gentle ability to both calm your nerves and support healthy digestion, our straight Chamomile tea is perfect to savor the floral, apple-y flavor of this sweet flower.*

Chamomile with Lavender: Fragrantly floral and bittersweet. The combination of chamomile, lavender, and lemon balm work in harmony to settle any butterflies.*

Ginger Aid®: Our reformulated Ginger Aid tea dials up the ginger with the spiciest medicinal-grade ginger we could find. With supportive herbs like turmeric and moringa, this tea is perfect after meals when you’re feeling uneasy and queasy.*

Lemon Ginger: Lemony and zingy, this classic digestive combo includes lemongrass, lemon peel, and a touch of hibiscus to create a fresh, citrusy brew that’s pleasant for any time of day.

Belly Comfort® Peppermint: A refreshing, aromatic blend that’s both sweet and spicy. This after-dinner elixir relies on the powers of peppermint, fennel, and ginger to relieve occasional indigestion and bloating.*

Dandelion Leaf and Root: Earthy, mild and sweet. Dandelion’s bitter taste stimulates digestive enzymes and bile production that help break down rich foods and certain complex fibers. Also try our Roasted Dandelion Root tea, with a dark, roasty taste that reminds many folks of coffee.

Gas Relief™: Aromatic, with peppermint and a touch of spice. An innovative blend of caraway, coriander, chamomile, lemon balm, and peppermint that works quickly to relieve gas.

Dandelion Chai Probiotic: Savor the flavor of the warming and aromatic spices in this deliciously spiced tea featuring dandelion, heat-tolerant probiotics and the traditional chai spice of cinnamon, ginger and cardamom.

Peppermint Delight® Probiotic: With some of the most aromatic and refreshing peppermint around, this invigoratingly minty tea delivers everyday digestive support through heat-tolerant probiotics.

This guide was created with the intention to help you make informed herbal decisions, but we do know that every body is unique. If a blend isn’t working for you, try another cup or another blend altogether; that’s the benefit of there being so many herbs for digestion. For those with chronic illness, it’s always best to check in with your primary health care provider or herbalist before adding in a new herbal ritual.

Need some more herbal help? No need to stress, take a peek at our Relaxation Decision Tree.