A sweet and spicy mix of tasty herbs, roots, leaves and spices, giving this tea a fruity, floral, and spicy flavor-with a sweet aroma-- Caffeine-Free.

 

INDICATIONS: Colitis, Anxiety, Stress, Acid Reflux, Sore Throat, Celiac
HERBAL ACTIONS: Adaptogenic, Demulcent

 

Ingredients: Organic

  1. horsetail leaf
  2. olive leaf
  3. licorice root
  4. peppermint leaf
  5. orange peel
  6. cinnamon
  7. marshmallow root
  8. lemon balm & verbena leaf
  9. dandelion root
  10. fennel
  11. ginger
  12. chamomile


How To:

  1. Shake pouch, place 2 tsp. (4-6gm) into empty tea bag (or tea pot).
  2. Pour on boiling water and leave for at least 20 mins, or vary according to preferred strength-(Some blends you should steep (decoction) over-night)
  3. After the herbs have steeped you can strain them out, add a pinch of sea salt, and squeeze some lemon and stir in raw honey to your taste.
  4. Drink hot or cold

TIP many people make a jug full like Iced Tea & keep in fridge for all day availablity!


NOTE: Do not use during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

For educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

And as always, please CONSULT your doctor, especially if you are taking ANY big Pharma Meds!

Celiac Tea-Loose Leaf Blend-Yin Yang Synergy

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In the intestinal tract there are living microbes. The good bacteria are called flora, and the harmful microorganisms are called candida albicans (yeast). In health, the candida is overrun by the flora. Flora keeps the yeast in-check in a healthy individual.

However, this ideal state is not common nowadays. With celiac disease, there is often so much candida (yeast overgrowth) in the intestinal tract that the immune system begins attacking the intestinal tract itself, because this part of the body is detected as being dangerously toxic.

Celiac disease is exactly this panic response. For people suffering with it, starchy (glutenous) foods are especially aggravating to their already inflamed immune systems. These foods are likely to trigger hyper-immune responses amongst such people, to cause extreme irritation and gastrointestinal spasms.

The disease makes the digestion of fats especially difficult too.

The immune systems of celiac patients are so overdriven, that their risks of developing other serious heath problems, including cancers, are increased significantly.  The risks are especially high when they are trying to suppress celiac symptoms with pharmaceuticals.

Therefore, eliminating celiac disease naturally will yield far-reaching benefits into the future