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This tea works to calm the tenderness, cramps, flare-ups or pain in the abdomen. Many people suffering from Diverticulitis and Diverticulosis have expressed relief after drinking this tea.*

The Calming Blends tea is delivered to you in a sealable pouch to preserve maximum freshness and flavor.  Our tea contains a proprietary blend of Chamomile Flowers, Peppermint, Wild Yam Root and Marshmallow Leaves.

Chamomile Flowers (Organic)

Chamomile has shown to help calm muscle spasms in the stomach and also has anti-inflammatory properties which helps reduce the symptoms associated with an inflamed digestive tract*.  Chamomile is also known to relieve stress and anxiety. The finest varieties of organic Chamomile is precisely the blend that we use in this tea. You will be pleasantly surprised by its superior flavor.  Source: National Library of Medicine Link to original article

Marshmallow Leaves (Organic)

Research has shown that marshmallow has numerous medicinal benefits, particularly in safeguarding and soothing the mucous membranes. Marshmallow leaf creates a slippery substance called mucilage that soothes and coats irritated membranes in the esophagus, stomach, and intestines.* Source: Web MD Link to original article

Peppermint Leaves (Organic)

The compounds of peppermint have antispasmodic properties that reduce spasms of the colon and intestinal tract and relax the stomach muscles. Peppermint also has a soothing effect on the lining and muscles of the colon, which helps to relieve a spastic colon. Menthol acts to stimulate the stomach lining. Its cooling properties soothe the stomach and ease pain*Source: Science Daily  Link to original article

Wild Yam Root (Organic)

Wild Yam Root helps to maintain a balance of hormones in the body and is a perfect example of the old saying ‘Let your food be your medicine‘ (Hippocrates, ‘the father of medicine’). Wild yam contains substances called alkaloids, which are muscle relaxants that especially target muscles in the abdomen and pelvis*.  Source: Healthy.net Link to original article