Tea of the Week | Organic Heartburn Relief ❤️‍🩹 - Full Leaf Tea Company

Tea of the Week | Organic Heartburn Relief ❤️‍🩹

Carly Pearl-Sacks1 comment

Hey tea lovers! 

Welcome back to another Tea of the Week. This week, we are looking at a tea that has helped soothe so many people's pain; Organic Heartburn Relief

This tea is a spiced and cozy blend that soothes acid reflux and heartburn. 

Ingredient Breakdown

Organic Ginger Root: Ginger root is a very soothing ingredient for nausea and upset stomachs. Ginger root has very strong anti-inflammatory properties and can prevent and soothe heartburn symptoms. 

Organic Licorice Root: Licorice root is a great ingredient for helping with heartburn because of its ability to increase mucus production. Some studies have even shown licorice root to be a more effective solution to heartburn and acid reflux than the leading brands of antacids! 

Organic Marshmallow Root: Marshmallow root is a very common ingredient in teas that help to soothe the throat. Marshmallow root contains mucilage which helps to coat the esophagus and provide relief from acid reflux. 

Organic Slippery Elm: Slippery elm comes from a variety of elm tree and provides a similar effect to marshmallow root since it also contains mucilage. Slippery elm also has an anti-inflammatory effect which helps to heal damage caused by acid reflux in the past.

Organic Fennel: Fennel is an ingredient to help soothe stomach issues associated with the effects of acid reflux. Additionally, it can help reduce inflammation in the esophagus and stomach. 

Organic Turmeric: Inflammation is a major side effect of acid reflux and heartburn. Turmeric contains curcumin which is a great anti-inflammatory and can help prevent future bouts of acid reflux. 


Check out this fun way to make a soothing latte that provides heartburn relief. 


Ready to learn more? Check out this video we made all about Organic Heartburn Relief! 

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Noemia Francen

Interested in organic herbal teas

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