Autumn Morning’s Peace (Organic Tea for Diarrhea and Pain)

Autumn Morning's Peace Tea

‘Autumn Morning’s Peace’ is the last of the three teas we made for a custom request for a gift for the holidays.

This one was blended for one of the most common side effects of a number of GI disorders, and it is one that my brain has a strange unwillingness to actually talk about, so bear with me.

Ulcerative colitis was the disease we were originally asked to create teas for.  However, in the conversations with the lady who made the request, one symptom of it seemed to truly and deeply complicate their lives.

Having known people with IBS and having some amazing issues with safely eating food, myself, it is one I understand, though not to the extent that was described.

Diarrhea.  Random.  Consistent.  To the point where planning any sort of activity out and away from a known and trusted bathroom was a problem.

So, after the research was done, I decided one of the teas needed to be formulated to try to help with that specific issue, and the pain associated with it.

Interestingly, Mister Tea pointed out that there are a wide array of bacteria and viruses that end up killing people through dehydration because of this symptom, so this is a very useful tea in the long-term.

Autumn Morning's PEace Array

Now for the basics:

Organic Ingredients:  Oatstraw, Chickweed, Passionflower, Meadowsweet, Hawthorn Berries, Hops

Batch Size:  2.9 ounces, approximately 45-50 cups of tea

Options:  Loose Tea (Sample, Bag, Tin), Teabags (Single, Sample, Bag)

Purchasing:  Etsy

* If you are taking medication for heart issues, we may need to discuss your medications, especially if blood thinners are involved.

**  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.

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