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Digestive Tea - Box
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A Natural, Traditional, Caffeine-free Tea for Digestion

Calming + Comforting


Our Digestive Tea is an award-winning soothing tisane, offering calming chamomile, comforting spices, and a sweet lingering of liquorice.

This naturopathic formulation has traditional benefits and plant compounds that are adaptogenic, anti-inflammatory, anti-cramping and calmative, which may naturally soothe indigestion, reflux, bloating, cramping, colic, and wind. Suitable for babies, children, and adults.

Enjoy daily as a digestif or aperitif tea for digestion.

100% ACO Certified Organic Ingredients:

Liquorice Root, Chamomile Flower, Fennel Seed, Cardamom Pod, Ginger Root, Star Anise Fruit, Cinnamon Bark, Hibiscus Flower

Naturally caffeine free.

Award Accolades

2018       Golden Leaf Awards        Herbal Functional/Wellness Blend            Gold Medal


  • Use 1-2 tsp per cup with boiling water
  • Let the herbs infuse for 5 minutes
  • Strain and keep the steeped herbs for your compost
  • Enjoy



This comforting blend of herbs is traditionally used to soothe digestion, reduce bloating, cramping and calm inflammatory digestive conditions. All of the herbs used are digestive herbs, that work together in synergy. In Eastern medicine ginger, cinnamon and cardamom have warming actions, improving circulation and soothing agitation. It is calming on the nervous system, due to the chamomile and liquorice, which is also often used as an adrenal restorative. The star anise and the cinnamon are good for treating issues in the lower digestive tracts.



Yes, it makes a beautiful calming tummy tea for children. Its sweet taste makes compliance easy. But remember to cool the tea before giving it to small children.


Herbal infusions are termed food grade therapeutics and are generally safe to consume. However, people suffering from hypertension should avoid excessive consumption of liquorice.


Store out of direct sunlight below 30°C.
Not intended to diagnose in any way. For treatment consult a healthcare professional.

After enjoying your tea, please help us protect the planet and compost your steeped herbs.