Gaia Herbs, 快速缓解胀气、腹胀花草茶、不含咖啡因、20包、1.41盎司（40克）
Conditions that come rapidly can go rapidly, when you give your body the right support. Gaia Herbs' RapidRelief products deliver results fast so you can get back to living life.
Gas & Bloating Herbal Tea
It is a common occurrence to eat too quickly or eat foods that your body may not agree with. This may result in a feeling of fullness accompanied by digestive gas and bloating. This unique tea formulation combines herbs such as Peppermint, Caraway and Licorice Root with Fennel seed essential oil to sooth your digestive system and provide fast acting relief for occasional indigestion.
A Partnership of Mutual Beliefs
Gas & Bloating Herbal Tea is produces in Tuscany, Italy by Aboca, the herbal supplement leader in more than 25,000 European pharmacies and health food stores since 1978. Gaia Herbs' partnership with Aboca is born from a mutual belief in sustainable product development, dedication to quality, and a deep respect for science and nature working in harmony.
Teas Which Honor Nature's Purity, Integrity, & Potency
Gaia Herbs teas are all-natural herbal medicines, with each cup delivering a delicious taste experience as fast-acting relied. We protect the potency and state of our teas with foil-lined, flavor-seal pouches and protect our planet with tea bags tied without the use of staples or glues.
Teas are the most traditional way of taking herbal remedies. For decades, Gaia Herbs has been an industry leader, delivering herbal solutions for adults and children through capsules, liquid extracts, and syrups. For optimal results, combine this tea with Gas & Bloating vegetarian capsules.
With soothing tastes of fennel & mint.
Pour one cup of freshly boiled water over tea bag and steep, covered, for 10 minutes. Drink after a meal.
If you have medical condition or take pharmaceutical drugs please consult with your doctor before using this product. Licorice should not be taken if you have kidney or liver disorders, hypertension, edema, or excessive potassium depletion or during pregnancy. Consult with your practitioner if breast feeding.