Research has proven that pu erh teas carry many health benefits related to the reduction of cholesterol and healthy digestion. Herbs and herbal formulas are of great benefit to the digestive system and carry soothing and healing properties.
We have chosen a list of teas which we believe have an affinity with the digestive system.
Brain Tea – This tea helps the mind to focus and is believed to aid concentration. Ingredients include skullcap, lavender and ginger. You should avoid this tea if you suffer with high blood pressure
Brazilian Mate – Mate tea is the most popular beverage in South America and is well known for its health properties. Due to its high caffeine content it’s often drunk as a substitute to coffee.
Cholesterol Cleanser – This is a delicious fusion of Pu Erh tea, ginger and lavender and when combined it creates an earthy, spicy blend with touches of floral notes. Pu Erh teas are well known for their fat reducing properties and together with the cleansing effect of ginger and lavender this is the ideal fat buster tea!
Dandelion Leaf – Dandelion has been traditionally known to be a great detoxifier and liver tonic. Its bitter taste stimulates digestive enzymes and bile from the liver. Dandelion contains vitamins A, B, C and D and known to be high in iron and potassium. It is also believed to aid in sluggish bowels and cleanse the blood especially in skin conditions.
Fennel – Fennel has always been associated with promoting weight loss and youthful looks. It is now believed to help with symptoms associated with the digestive system such as colic, wind, indigestion and heartburn.
Green Mint – A truly invigorating tea, which combines the strength of a high-quality China Gunpowder tea with the delightful sweetness and aroma of premium peppermint leaves. This Gold Taste Award winning tea offers a bold and stimulating, but well-balanced cup which will awaken all your senses.
Happiness Tea – Happiness Tea is a delightfully tasty and uplifting infusion which helps to clear the senses and revitalise the spirit.
Happy Tummy – This infusion is believed to be a great tummy tamer for all sorts of stomach related ailments. You should avoid this infusion if you suffer with high blood pressure or are pregnant.
Lemongrass – Lemongrass was traditionally used to reduce fever because of its cooling effect on the body. It is delicious to drink hot or cold and a great thirst quencher. It is also believed to have beneficial effects on the digestive system by helping to relieve cramps and flatulence.
Pain Free Monthly – A delicious and soothing infusion which is believed to relieve tummy cramps during menses. It is also known to be soothing for other tummy troubles.
Peppermint – Peppermint is well known for being a fantastic digestive and also a circulatory stimulant. It also has decongestive properties which can help with catarrh congestion, cold relief and headaches. This premium whole leaf peppermint has a mildly sweet undertones and its crisp freshness can be enjoyed all day long.
Pu Erh – Like other Pu Erh teas, this one represents a unique type of tea that has been double fermented and buried underground for up to two years. It is this complex and time consuming production process that gives the dark red infusion its strong and unique flavour that is predominantly earthy and woody with an underlying spiciness
Pu Erh Orange – Pu Erh Tea is a popular tea amongst dieters because it is believed to have fat reducing properties. This tea has its own unique character because it is double fermented and buried underground for up to two years. The leaves develop a strong, spicy and earthy taste and with the addition of orange pieces, combine to provide a lovely sweetish flavour.
Skinny B*tch – This delicious infusion is believed to speed up the metabolism and aid weight loss when combined with a healthy diet and exercise. You should avoid this infusion during pregnancy.
Soothing Feminine Tea – Soothing Feminine Tea is a delicious infusion that should be drunk during hormonal changes. It is believed to be particularly beneficial for menstrual cycles and menopausal phases. Its general soothing properties mean that there is nothing to prevent men from drinking it!
Soothing Indian – This blend has been designed along Ayurvedic principles and is a soothing infusion which has a lovely warming effect on the body. The infusion develops a well-balanced tea with hints of sweetness and flowers. You should avoid this tea if you suffer with high blood pressure or are pregnant.
Zest Tea – This is a delicate and refreshing herbal tea which is believed to benefit the digestive system, but also to have a general soothing and calming effect on the body. It contains lemongrass, lemon peel and ginger and is marked by a tangy aroma and an invigorating lemon flavour with a spicy finish.