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Digestive Tea

Supports Gastrointestinal Functions

Introduction :

Indigestion is the root cause of various systemic disorders. Digestive Tea is an appetizing and carminative herbal products preparation, which significantly improves digestion, allays excessive eructations, nausea, heart burn, flatulence and associated abdominal discomfort.

A warm cup of Digestive Tea, after each major meal, effectively boosts digestion and metabolism, keeping you light and refreshed all day through.

Actions :

Saunf (Foeniculumvulagre)

Endows a natural sweet flavour and aroma; Alleviates Heartburn

Pudina (Menthaspicata)

Improves Digestion; Allays abdominal discomfort associated with Indigestion

Shunthi (Zingiberofficinale)

An excellent remedy for Nausea and Vomiting


Stimulates Digestion; Relieves Abdominal Distension

Chitrak (Plumbagozeylanica)

Improves Appetite; Checks Dysentery; Regulates Bowel motility

Ela (Elettariacardamomum)

Adds flavour and Aroma; Attenuates Nausea

Amalaki (Emblicaofficinalis)

Relieves Acidity & Heartburn; Heals and Strengthens gastro-intestinal tract mucosa

Maricha (Piper nigrum)

Improves appetite; Promotes the bio-availability and efficacy of other Ingredients; Regulates Cholesterol level

Jira (Cuminumcyminum)

Stimulates Digestion; Relieves Gastric discomfort; Improves appetite

Chavya (Piper chaba)

Allays Dysentery; Significant Gastroprotective activity

Dhaniya (Coriandrumsativum)

Soothes and Cools the System; Allays Nausea and Indigestion; Improves Appetite

NimbuSatva (Citrus limon)

Stimulates Appetite and Digestion

Indications :

  • Indigestion, allied Nausea&Flatulence
  • Excessive eructations and Heart burn owing to impaired digestion
  • Anorexia (Loss of Appetite)


A soothing warm cup of Digestive Tea 2 – 3 times a day after meals.

Method of Preparation

Immerse the Tea Bag in a cup of boiling water. Cover it and let it stand for 2 to 3 minutes. Sip it warm.


Each Tea Bag contains 2 g of the therapeutic Herbal Mixture. A single pack contains 20 such Tea Bags.


  •  Lua PL, Zakaria NS. A brief review of current scientific evidence involving aromatherapy use for Nausea and Vomiting. Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine. 2012; 18(6): 534-40.
  • Duangiai A, Ingkaninan K, et al. Black Pepper and Piperine reduce cholesterol uptake and enhance translocation of cholesterol transporter proteins. Journal of Natural Medicines. 2012; PMID: 22736065
  • Morikawa T, Matsuda H, et al. New amides and Gastroprotective Constituents from the fruits of Piper chaba. PlantaMedica. 2004; 70(2):152-9.

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