Supporting Leaky Gut and Inflamed Gastrointestinal Tract
This lovely blend of herbs is not only for people with leaky gut or other digestive issues but makes a sweet, refreshing herbal tea for anyone. Your whole digestive tract will love it. This mix of well-known herbs will soothe the gut lining and help aid digestion. Leaky gut herbal tea helps ease the symptoms of intestinal damage and may help with bloating while soothing the stomach. Our Leaky Gut Natural Herbal treatment* also helps healing by removing toxins and other irritants from your system. Leaky Gut Natural Treatment Austalia
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10 Certified Organic Herbs for Leaky Gut
- Oat straw
- Nettle root
- Ginger root
- Lemon balm
- Stevia Leaf
- Cinnamon bark
- Cardamom Pods
- Calendula petals
- Rose petals
Scientific name: Avena sativa
Oats are a highly soluble fibre containing beta-glucan, which aids in the reduction of cholesterol and blood sugar levels. Oat straw is the grass that grows with green oats. Health benefits include assisting with brain function and easing anxiety and stress. We use Oat Straw in this blend because it prompts and supports healthy gut bacteria growth, making it an excellent herb for Leaky Gut and IBS.
Stinging Nettle Root
Scientific name: Urtica dioica
Stinging nettle helps with bloating and is an anti-inflammatory having soothing effects on the gut lining. Stinging nettle assists digestion. Nettle also helps with blood pressure, reduces blood sugar levels, and is an excellent herb for gastric dis-ease. If you have low blood pressure, check with your healthcare provider before taking it.
Scientific name: Withania somnifera
Ashwagandha is an ancient herb used for medical purposes for centuries and is well known for its many health benefits. It helps reduce stress and anxiety, lifts mood and cognitive brain function, aids in the relief of constipation and stomach pain, eases irritation in the stomach lining and supports liver function—an excellent herb.
Scientific name: Taraxacum
Ginger the herb spice of all herbs, known for its healing effects on gastrointestinal disorders. Many scientific studies have proven Ginger’s anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antitumor, and antiulcer effects. Ginger root has potent antioxidants, and chemicals assist in many health benefits. Its phenolic compounds help to relieve gastrointestinal irritation. Ginger helps with acid reflux by reducing the stomach’s acid flow into your oesophagus—such a fantastic spice.
Scientific name: Melissa officinalis
Lemon balm is from the mint family of plants, a long-known herbal treatment for the gastrointestinal tract, nervous system, liver, and bile disorders. Lemon balm has been known to help indigestion, abdominal pain and dis-ease. As lemon balm positively affects digestion, it may also help relieve functional dyspepsia. Lemon balm has been used for autoimmune diseases that affect the thyroid. It helps lower increased heartbeat due to anxiety or overburden of stress. Lemon balm reduces high blood pressure, is suitable for cramps, and can be used topically for insect bites.
Scientific name:Stevia rebaudiana
Dried Sevia leaf is not as processed as stevia that is refined. It is much sweeter than any sugar and has a slight bitterness to the taste. Stevia has many health benefits from the skin to diabetes, but for our blend, we use it to sweeten the taste of our tea blends.
Scientific name: Cinnamomum verum
Comes from the inner bark of the Cinnamomum tree. Cinnamon has a distinctive taste and smell and contains powerful phytonutrients, which help the nervous system. Cinnamon is full of antioxidant and anti-inflammatory health benefits. A lovely herb for the gastrointestinal tract and easy on the stomach. A great addition to our leaky gut herbal tea.
Scientific name:Elettaria cardamomum
Cardamom is closely related to the ginger and turmeric family. It contains vitamins B12, D, and E and minerals Magnesium, Copper, Selenium and Zinc. Cinnamon Cardamom contains phytonutrients (chemicals produced by plants with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits.) and terpenes (Terpenes are aromatic compounds found in many plants). Phenylpropanoids are found throughout the plant kingdom and flavonoids. Cardamom has a long medical history for its health and aromatic properties. Cardamom is a powerful antioxidant (compounds that inhibit oxidation of the blood.) and anti-inflammatory, and studies have shown that cardamon reduces a variety of fungi and bacteria. Cardamon is a very sort after herb; it helps the digestion system, relieves digestive problems, aids the healing of ulcers, and positively affects the biofilm of Candida albicans. All-in-all an excellent herb for the body.
Calendula Flower Petals
Scientific name: Calendula officinalis
Calendula is also known as marigold. Lovely yellow flowers with many health benefits. They help prevent muscle spasms and stomach and duodenal ulcers. The Calendula plant has been used for centuries as an antibacterial, antifungal, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant. Calendula has heaps of carotenoids and flavonoids, which are known to lower the risk of other diseases potentially. Calendula is considered a safe herb. People with allergies to Asteraceae (daisy) may experience allergic reactions.
Fresh Dried Rose Petals
Scientific name: Rosa centifolia
The long-established role of rose petals for healing has been used to aid digestion and stomach issues. Rose petals have antibacterial properties and help treat the gastrointestinal tract or gut. Rose petals and buds help the body digest food more efficiently, prevent short-term constipation, and enhance nutrient absorption. Studies also concluded that rose tea increases the liver’s bile production and supports the immune system.
Rose tea is a very well-known and popular everyday drink. Health benefits for the body include high concentrations of vitamins C, A and E and various minerals, including Iron, myrcene (Myrcene is a monoterpene, a simple chemical structures aroma molecule.), quercetin and other antioxidants. Rose petals have sedative properties, which help uplift the mood if you feel stressed or can’t sleep by regulating sleep patterns and Circadian rhythm. If that is not enough, rose petals help balance the microflora in the gut and help repair the gut lining.
Leaky Gut Herbal Tea
Leaky Gut Herbal Tea is made of herbs that greatly support the intestinal tract, improving gut health and encouraging healing. Start healing your Leaky Gut health issues. We offer a free phone consultation.
Our herbal teas come in Eco-friendly packaging. Using a 2-cup plunger, the 100g blend will make Approx. Eighty cups of herbal-infused tea using the scoop provided. 1-level scoop. Consume two or three cups daily. You can use the herbs left in the plunger for another 2 cups. Check out our How to repair leaky gut.
You will be delighted with this herbal tea. If, for some reason, you are not, please return and we will refund you in full.
Please Note: We are selling loose herbs. We are not selling herbs as pre-packaged therapeutic products. All our spices and herbal teas are only blended once you order from professionally licenced health practitioners. By purchasing, you permit us to blend these herbs on your behalf. We make no therapeutic claims about any herbs we offer for sale. This website’s information is for educational purposes and is not meant to replace medical advice. There is ample information regarding herbs and their benefits. Always check with your doctor if you are on medications or call us. Always research before purchasing; if you have persistent symptoms, seek medical advice. Self-diagnosis is unadvised. If you are trying to conceive, get pregnant, or breastfeeding, do not take any herbs without consulting a qualified practitioner. We offer a free consultation.
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