Nature's Tea is a blend of traditional Chinese and American herbs to help cleanse the body and reduce bloating.
Waste byproducts can build up in the intestinal tract and cause health problems like bloating and constipation with the result being low energy levels, discomfort, and digestive irregularity. This internal toxic matter will block the absorption of essential nutrients.
These concerns are addressed with a natural, gentle approach. A proprietary blend of herbs works to provide relief from periodic constipation, bloating and aids in cleansing the digestive tract.
The herbs, Senna leaf, buckthorn bark and peppermint leaf included in Nature's Tea have been used as a medicinal tea for centuries. These herbs provide effective relief for constipation.
Steep one tea bag for 2-5 minutes. Drink hot or cold after dinner in the evening. Increase steeping time gradually with periodic use to achieve the desired results.
Senna leaf: Grown in India, Pakistan, and China. Leaves and pods are used to provide a gentle cleansing of the colon.
Frangula: Also named buckthorn bark. Native to Central Asia, Europe, and North America. The bark and branches, when dried targets the gastrointestinal tract.
Peppermint: An extract of the leaves from Mentha plant. Grown in Europe and the United States. A popular tea to support the feeling of well-being.
Uva ursi: Grown in cold clients. Supports healthy urinary tract and digestive function.
Additional Ingredients: Orange, Marshmellow, and Japanese honeysuckle.
The colon, known as the large intestine, is the terminal portion of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. All of the digested remains of food are mixed and received in the colon.
The remaining nutrients, indigestible fiber, are acted upon by intestinal bacteria. The bacteria produce vitamins such as vitamin K and biotin and absorbed by the blood.
Water and electrolytes are also absorbed along with the food and vitamins in the intestines before the digested food is eliminated from the colon.
The (1)health and viability of intestinal bacteria and (2)constant mobility to move the contents through the colon are important factors to colon health.
Bacterial fermentation and motility are stimulated by dietary fiber. Constipation can develop with the lack of motility in the colon and the amount of water being reabsorbed