Love Tea Organic Tea Bags 50g - Digestive

An organic and fair trade herbal tea to help support healthy digestive function. Naturopathically selected fennel, aniseed and lemon balm offer therapeutic qualities that have traditionally been used to support and repair the digestive system. Pyramid tea bags. 50g.

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  • ACO Certified Organic, grown free from pesticides, insecticides and synthetic compounds.
  • Fair Trade, sourcing the majority of ingredients directly from the growing communities and cooperatives who produce them.
  • 1% for the Planet member, donating 1% of annual net revenue to a range of environmental organisations worldwide.
  • GMO free.

features:

  • 20 pyramid tea bags.
  • Naturally caffeine free.
  • Gentle, refreshing and soothing.
  • Helps support and repair the digestive system.
  • Sweet mint base perfectly balanced with a vitalising zest of ginger.
  • Designed for optimum therapeutic benefit, exeptional flavour and minimal impact on the environment.

instructions:

Place 1 pyramid into a cup (250ml) and add boiling, filtered water at 75ºc–85ºc. Allow to infuse for 3–5+ minutes, and then remove the bag and serve.

ingredients:

Certified Organic peppermint, ginger*, licorice root, aniseed, lemon balm, fennel, chamomile. *Fair trade ingredients.

Packaged in a biodegradable post-consumer recycled cardboard box and compostable cellophane bag, printed using vegetable based inks. Pyramid tea bags are made from a biodegradable and compostable vegetable starch extract called Soilon.

50g.

Made in Australia.

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