Digestion is the process by which our bodies make the food we eat into substances it can absorb and assimilate. Many factors can influence our digestive system, and an often overlooked one is stress. The effects of stress can take their toll on all of the systems of the body, and the digestive system is no exception. Among other things, stress can hinder our absorption and elimination of the food we eat, which is disastrous for our entire body. At Sabita tea, we find it important to regulate both our digestive systems and our stress levels. This is why we have created a line of holistic blends, with ingredients that have been scientifically proven to both reduce stress and regulate the digestive system. Go ahead-take a minute for yourself. Sit back in your comfiest chair with a mug of Sabita Tea. Trust us, your mind and belly will thank you.
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Low in caffeine, White Tea is the least-processed type of tea and retains more antioxidants. It strengthens bones, teeth, and gums. It also improves skin and hair. It burns calories and reduces the risk of kidney stones, as well as soothing the digestive system, a benefit intensified by our blends of herbs and spices compiled for the same reason.
First harvested in southern Asia, all true tea is from the leaves of the amazing Camellia Sinensis plant. These leaves then undergo different levels of oxidization and processing for different tastes and health benefits. All tea is rich in these antioxidants, as well as other natural compounds that promote good health.
Cardamom White Tea
A spice originally from southern India, Cardamom is a flavorful, highly perfumed spice sometimes referred to as the "queen of spices." In ancient China it was believed to remove acidity from the stomach, stimulate digestion, and ease flatulence. It is also believed to help health concerns such as kidney disease, asthma, colds, bronchitis, bad breath and oral disorders.
Clove White Tea
Native to the Spice Islands of India, Clove is said to be good for digestion and keeping the body free of parasites in the digestive tract. In traditional Chinese medicine, cloves are used to treat indigestion, diarrhea, ringworm, and other fungal infections. Indian Ayurveda also uses cloves to treat digestive as well as respiratory ailments.
Nutmeg White Tea
Also native to India's Spice Islands, in particular North Moluccas. Historically, Connecticut was the largest importer of nutmeg to the United States, hence its nickname the Nutmeg State. It is good for; reducing flatulence, aiding in digestion, treating diarrhea, vomiting and nausea. It is also used as a sleep aid in Ayurveda as well as to help headaches and bad breath.
Peppermint White Tea
Peppermint is a common garden herb usually associated most often with candies, however its health benefits are more impressive than our typical uses for it. The herb has been tested and proven to help with IBS and indigestion. Traditionally in both Europe and Asia it has been used to treat any kind of abdominal ailment from flatulence to gastritis. In Germany it has even been granted license for health professionals to use as a standard medicinal tea for dyspepsia.
Anise White Tea
Also known as aniseed, pimpinel seed, and sweet cumin, Anise is a plant that produces seeds that are used in both herbal medicine and aroma therapy. Due to the strong flavor of anise, it has been used to give licorice candy its flavor. The seeds can also be steeped in boiling water at home to produce a natural mouthwash; many mouthwashes and toothpastes sold in natural food stores also contain anise. Teas containing anise have been used to treat asthma. It may also help in treating the common cold, pneumonia, influenza, bronchitis and sinusitis. Anise is also effective in treating an upset stomach and reducing flatulence.
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