Contains Mentha Longifolia – a powerful antiseptic useful in helping to soothe headaches and stomach pains. It can be used for bronchial infections, fever, colds, and soothes general stomach problems like indigestion. It has a mild minty taste and is perfect to finish a meal.
Several studies support the use of peppermint as a natural remedy for indigestion and irritable bowel syndrome. Because Rooibos Tea is also helpful for these concerns it compliments each other.
Mint can also be used for bronchial infections and fever because the tea increases sweating while simultaneously having a cooling effect internally.
Antioxidants found in Rooibos tea can help protect you against damage caused by free radicals including premature ageing.
Herbal remedies made from mint are said to have antiseptic qualities. Annique’s Stomach Tea is used to help with digestion, fever, and headaches and is a strong source of antioxidants, which can help fight damage caused by free radicals. Mentha Longifolia can be used against flatulence and colic in the stomach. It can also help against sore throat and bad breath, due to its antibacterial properties. Stomach Tea can be used for headaches and fevers, but it is not advisable to take it in large doses if pregnant. It is a good remedy for diarrhea, as it can help to relieve spasms.
Important Notice: It is recommended to discuss the use of herbal tea with your health care practitioner when you are Pregnant or Breastfeeding
Children two years and older can drink Annique Stomach Tea.
Directions: Pour boiling water in cup, add one teabag of Stomach Tea and let it steep for 2 - 5 minutes or boil the tea on the stove for 2 - 5 minutes. Drink as is, preferably without milk and sugar. Do not heat the herbal teas in the microwave over, as the microwaves may destroy antioxidants in the tea.
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