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This comforting, soothing tea helps settle the stomach and ease digestive discomforts when taken with meals. It's a balanced blend of over 9 herbs that help ease digestive discomforts like gas, nausea and bloating, while working to reduce gut inflammation. 


Chamomile, calendula and licorice help soothe the lining of the gut, promoting tissue healing and reducing gut inflammation. The chamomile has the added benefit of calming the nerves- which is so important for digestion! Warming carminative herbs and spices like peppermint, ginger, fennel and allspice help ease digestive discomforts like gas, bloating, nausea, reflux and indigestion. 


This blend has a balanced, pleasant flavor, with touch of sweetness from the licorice, and a little kick of warming chai spices like cinnamon, ginger and allspice!


Need an extra digestive boost? Pair this soothing tea with Chai Digest bitters before meals, a tasty bitters packed with chai spices, that helps promote digestive secretions (like stomach acid, enzymes, bile) so you break down food better. They also make a lovely giftset!


*FDA disclamer: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.




*This product is not recommended during pregnancy. Ask a doctor if you are nursing before use.


**Licorice root can exacerbate hypertension and should be avoided for those with hypertension, heart disease or congestive heart failure with edema, severe kidney insufficiency, liver disease, or blood potassium deficiency. If you have a pre-existing condition or a more serious digestive disorder, please consult a physician before drinking this tea.

Belly Bliss Digestive Tea

  • Contains 2 oz looseleaf tea.

    Ingredients: Chamomile*, peppermint*, licorice root*, calendula**, ginger root*, cinnamon chips*, fennel*, orange peel*, allspice* (*organic, ** local, sustainably grown and/or organic).

    Note: Mix well before steeping, as some of the powdered spices and herbs settle to the bottom. 

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