Digestive Tract Health
Ingredients : chamomile, lemon peel, catnip, plantain leaf, calendula, hops, ginger root, crampbark, red raspberry leaf, marshmallow root, damiana leaf, flax seed, and stevia leaf.
Always check the ingredients list in any herbal supplement with your personal medication and health needs, advised by your healthcare provider or pharmacist.
I don't know about you but we've all done stupid things and our systems then make us pay the price.
Indigestion, IBS, bloating, pain and more.
Our world around us has many things to help with our health problems, we just have to listen to our holistic specialists and think smarter.
The Herbs we have used have these health benefits and these are why we chose them:
Chamomile: Inflammation is an immune system reaction to fight infection. Chamomile tea contains chemical compounds that may reduce inflammation.
Lemon Peel: fiber in lemon peel, this is important because fiber is crucial for keeping your digestive track running properly. Other major fiber benefits: helping lower inflammation and keeping your metabolism in check.
Catnip: Helps with anxiety, pain and relaxation.
Plantain leaf: The high mucilage content of Plantain leaves, coupled with their anti-inflammatory properties make this wonderful herb for many digestive complaints. Mucilage rich herbs absorb toxins in the bowel and give bulk to stools. They contribute to a lower bowel transit time by absorbing water in the colon and creating stool a bulking and softening effect.
Plantain also has astringent properties which make it effective in treating diarrhoea, gastritis and colitis. It can help to restore acid balance which regulates gastric secretions, and can treat inflammation in the stomach and bowels.
Calendula: Rich in properties for pain and fiber that help with the digestive health.
Hops is used for anxiety, inability to sleep (insomnia) and other sleep disorders, restlessness, tension, excitability, attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), nervousness, and irritability. It is also used to improve appetite, increase urine flow, as a bitter tonic, and for indigestion. Other uses include prostate cancer, breast cancer, ovarian cancer, high cholesterol, tuberculosis, bladder infections, intestinal cramps, an intestinal disorder called mucous colitis, nerve pain.
ginger root: Found to help with digestion, upset stomachs, nausea and bloating.
crampbark: the bark and root bark of this plant are still used to make medicine. As the name suggests, cramp bark is used for relieving cramps, including muscle spasms, menstrual cramps, and cramps during pregnancy. Cramp bark is also used as a kidney stimulant for urinary conditions that involve pain or spasms.
Red raspberry leaf: High in Antioxidants and dexotifiers.
Marshmallow root: The mucilage of the plant contains antioxidants, and research suggests that it forms a coating over skin and the digestive tract. By doing this, it may help with skin irritation and digestive issues, such as ulcers.
damiana leaf: Has shown benefits for those with upset stomachs, constipation and digestive issues.
Damiana might affect blood sugar levels in people with diabetes. Watch for signs of low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) and monitor your blood sugar carefully if you have diabetes and use damiana.
Flax seed: is a rich source of healthy fat, antioxidants, and fiber.