How to Use?BOIL: Bring fresh, filtered water to 90°C/194°F.
STEEP: Place a tea bag in a cup and add the hot water. Remove the bag after 3 to 5 minutes of steeping.
ENJOY: Sip on your delicious brew.
When to consume?This green tea can be consumed in-between meals.
A Happy Gut Awaits
Are stomach discomforts putting a damper on your daily adventures? Are you tired of constantly dealing with an upset tummy? Whether you're a globetrotter who enjoys a variety of cuisines or simply looking for the best digestive tea on the market, our Digest Adaptogenic Green Tea for Digestion can be a great ally if you want to boost your gut health. Each tea bag is loaded with the highest quality herbs and probiotics, specifically sourced for their soothing and settling properties.
Who: This green tea is perfect if you are:
- Dealing with digestion issues.
- Constantly suffering from bloating and belching.
- Tired of embarrassing flatulence, and heartburn.
- In love with trying new foods but your stomach is not a big fan.
Taste Notes: A sweet mint base that is balanced with the soothing essence of fennel, and the subtle tartness of amla.
Caffeine Meter: Medium
Serving Suggestions: It pairs well with some soothing music while admiring the view outside. Take small sips after any heavy meal.
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Is this better than the green tea that is already available on the market?Digest Tea by Wellbeing Nutrition contains the most potent ingredients like Ginger, Triphala, probiotics, and more to help improve digestion and enhance overall health.
Can children consume these?Our functional green tea is best suited for those 18 and older.
Can I drink the tea at night?Yes, this green tea for digestion can be consumed post-dinner.
What kind of probiotics does this tea contain?Digest Tea provides your gut with 8B CFU of probiotics (Bacillus Coagulans) to ensure a diverse and resilient gut flora. Bacillus Coagulans produces butyric acid, a short-chain fatty acid that promotes the healing of cells in the small and large intestines to boost digestion, relieve abdominal pain, and reduce bloating. The gingerols present in ginger will improve gastrointestinal motility.
What is the significance of ORAC value, and what is the score in Digest Tea?ORAC stands for Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity. It is the metric used to determine an antioxidant's capacity to combat free radicals. The higher the ORAC value, the greater the antioxidant capability of a given antioxidant or product. Digest Tea has an ORAC score of 570.
Does it contain caffeine?Yes, this green tea for digestion contains medium-level caffeine.
Does this infusion have any side effects?No, you don't have to worry about any side effects with Wellbeing Nutrition's Digest Adaptogenic Green Tea.
"Rebalancing my gut has never been easier. With every sip, I feel a step closer to optimal health."
"I appreciate the gentle, natural approach to improving gut health."
"A delightful way to support my digestive system and overall health."
"The unique blend of herbs and probiotics has significantly reduced my bloating."
"Triphala in this tea works miracles for digestive discomfort. I've noticed less bloating and more comfort after meals."
Digest Adaptogenic Green Tea
Probiotics - Bacillus Coagulans (8 billion cfu)
Nutrition Fact: Bacillus coagulans produce butyric acid, a short-chain fatty acid that aids in the healing process of cells in the small and large intestines. It also helps ensure proper digestion, relieves abdominal pain, boosts immunity, and reduces bloating. Learn More
Nutrition Fact: High in catechins, polyphenols, and antioxidants, this adaptogen can help with digestion and ease gastrointestinal issues. Learn More
Nutrition Fact: It is packed with phytocompounds, triterpene glycosides, and flavonoids that help relieve indigestion, heartburn, and ulcers. Learn More
Nutrition Fact: The phytochemicals alpha-terpineol (45%), myrcene (27%), limonene (8%), and menthone (6%), help alleviate acidity, flatulence, indigestion, and stomach aches. Learn More
Nutrition Fact: It has strong carminative and anti-spasmodic properties that help cure GERD, IBS, and other symptoms like flatulence, heartburn, and bloating. Additionally, it contains a lot of polyphenols, including quercetin, apigenin, rosmarinic acid, and chlorogenic acid, all of which promote the release of digestive enzymes and other fluids that help with digestion. Learn More
Nutrition Fact: Carvone, a naturally occurring substance in spearmint, significantly reduces muscle spasms in the digestive tract and eases bloating, IBS, and discomfort. Learn More
Nutrition Fact: A plant rich in fiber and antioxidants that promote metabolism, improve digestion, ease bloating and constipation, and keep your gut healthy. The seeds enhance the pancreatic enzyme trypsin's activity, which helps break down proteins in the small intestine and enhance digestion. Learn More
Nutrition Fact: The gingerols present in ginger help improve gastrointestinal motility. It reduces pressure on the lower esophageal sphincter, reduces intestinal cramping, and prevents dyspepsia, flatulence, and bloating. Learn More
Nutrition Fact: Black pepper stimulates the release of hydrochloric acid in the stomach, aids digestion, and helps with colon cleansing. Learn More
Nutrition Fact: Cinnamon contains prebiotic qualities that help restore the balance of microorganisms in your gut. After eating, it aids in lowering the amount of stomach acid and pepsin (a digestive enzyme) secreted from the stomach walls and cools your stomach. Learn More
Nutrition Fact: Lemon balm contains rosmarinic acid, which increases the stimulation of GABA receptors and has a sedative or soothing effect. This helps with sleep improvement and anxiety reduction. Learn More
Nutrition Fact: Senna contains many chemicals called sennosides. Sennosides irritate the lining of the bowel, which causes a laxative effect. Learn More
Nutrition Fact: Thymol, an active enzyme in ajwain, improves digestion by enhancing gastric juice production to heal peptic ulcers as well as sores in the esophagus, stomach, and intestines. Learn More
Nutrition Fact: Basil is rich in the phytonutrient eugenol, a compound that exerts an anti-inflammatory action on the digestive tract. It improves the gut microbiome and alleviates many other digestive issues, such as bloating, excessive gas, digestive spasms, and loss of appetite. Learn More
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