Over the past ten years, my relationship with food has gotten incredibly complicated.
My body has decided that it just isn’t going to process a long list of chemicals, additives, preservatives, colorants…. However, no matter how carefully you try to read the labels, sometimes you miss something. Or something slips past in a relatively innocuous-sounding ingredient. (The things that they can call “spices” are a little frightening.)
So, every so often, my digestive system just sort of gives up. There are various ways of fixing this, but even after doing something about it, there are always a couple days of rebalancing and general discomfort while my insides sort themselves back out. (Laxatives, especially stronger ones, always have an aftermath.)
Initially, ‘Sigh of Relief’ was designed to be a gentle aid in that rebalancing process. Further testing indicates that it will help to make the initial experience less extreme.
So, this tea will help with constipation, and the gas and bloating that make the whole experience even more complicated.
Now for the basics:
Organic Ingredients: Lemon Peel, Rosehips, Dandelion Root, Lemon Balm
Batch Size: 2.8 ounces, approximately 25-30 cups of tea
** I am not a doctor. The FDA (along with other governmental agencies) has not recognized any of this as fact. We do draw on science as well as tradition, but the path from research proving efficacy to formalized treatment is a long and complicated one. (Especially since plants can’t really be patented.) None of the information contained in these pages is intended to diagnose, treat, or cure disease from a medical standpoint.