DIGESTION: DigestTea – Passionflower Cilantro Lemongrass

Tea type
Herbal Tea
Ingredients
Chamomile, Lemongrass, Organic Natural Flavoring, Passion Flower, Spearmint, Stevia Leaf
Flavors
Pastries, Sweet
Sold in
Bulk, Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
Vegan
Edit tea info Last updated by Raizana Tea Company
Average preparation
Not available

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  • “I am stumped, I cannot think of a clever opening to today’s review so I guess I will just fill you all in on how life is for me. I folded all 200 Advent Calender envelopes in more or less one...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Now this is something you don’t see everyday. . at least I hadn’t or hadn’t in a while. A tea with cilantro in it. I had to try it. I love cilantro. If I could, I would add it to every meal I...” Read full tasting note
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From Raizana Tea Company

http://raizana.com/shop/digesttea-passionflower-cilantro-lemongrass/

You shouldn’t have eaten that monster burrito or third slice of pizza, and you’re paying for it now. Get relief from gas, bloating and sensation of fullness with DigestTea, our natural remedy for digestive problems.

DigestTea is gentle enough to soothe stomach problems in children. Raizana uses natural herbs sourced in California to provide all-natural support for gas and other digestive problems.

Caffeine-free
3-ounce pouch makes about 40 cups
Delicious flavor, served hot or iced
Naturally sweetened with stevia
Cilantro has been used to promote gastric secretions, stimulate appetite, soothe stomach problems and aid digestion.

Traditional Chinese physicians have used dill weed as a digestive aid for more than a thousand years; they recommended it especially for children because its action was milder than that of other digestive herbs.

Passionflower has been used by herbalists to treat problems such as anxiety and fatigue and nervous disorders. Passionflower can also help the body to reduce pain, often used for menstrual discomfort, headaches, stomach aches, and toothaches.

Persistent stomach problems can be caused by excessive food intake, poor diet choices, stress and many other factors. Before you turn to pharmaceutical or over-the-counter pills (again), consider a wellness regimen that includes DigestTea™, our natural remedy for digestive problems.

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I am stumped, I cannot think of a clever opening to today’s review so I guess I will just fill you all in on how life is for me. I folded all 200 Advent Calender envelopes in more or less one sitting, I couldn’t sleep so I stayed up all night watching Doctor Who and folding, it was very nostalgic. It is getting dramatically colder so there is a cat in my lap, the other cat is extremely happy and playful since she likes the cold. Also my stomach is being a real jerk so I decided to try out another of Raizana Teas herbal blends.

This tea is geared towards soothing the savage belly beast with its easy to remember name, DigestTea. Made from Cilantro, Dill Weed, Passionflower, Spearmint, Chamomile, Lemongrass, Stevia, and Natural Papaya flavors. The aroma is sweet and minty with notes of chamomile herbaceous tones. There is also a bit of papaya sweetness that lingers at the end. The aroma is very clean and it smells refreshing, sinus cleansing! As I pull the bag away completely I notice there is a tiny, tiny hint of dill, which I really liked.

As the tea steeps I start to notice the lemongrass aroma wafting out of my leaves, it is a bit strong and made me sneeze! Oddly I did not find the lemongrass off-putting like a usually do, I guess because it mixes really well with the mint, dill, and chamomile aromas. The liquid, sans steeping basket, has a very savory aroma. To me it smells like a really good soup or pickle spices, lemony and dill with a hint of mint and cilantro. I almost want to make a marinade using some of these together because it smells delicious.

The taste, however, is not savory at all, it is sweet like papaya. The taste also reminds me a little of lemon poppy-seed cake. The savory herbs are not really present in the taste, it is mild and sweet. This tea is really perfect for days when your stomach is being a real jerk and most things make you feel kinda ill. Withing a few minutes of drinking this tea my stomach was soothed and I felt much better. The aftertaste of the tea is sweet with a hint of tingling mint, as it cools the mint also becomes stronger and sweeter.

For blog and photos: http://ramblingbutterflythoughts.blogspot.com/2013/11/raizana-teas-digesttea-tea-review.html

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Now this is something you don’t see everyday. . at least I hadn’t or hadn’t in a while. A tea with cilantro in it. I had to try it. I love cilantro. If I could, I would add it to every meal I eat. I know a lot of people can’t stand it. I think its one of those herbs that people either love or hate.

Here are the rest of my ramblings on this tasting tea. . . . Enjoy!

http://sororiteasisters.com/2015/04/17/digesttea-raizana-tea-company/

Flavors: Pastries, Sweet

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Someone’s got to like it! It tastes like metal to me. Good old genetics.

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