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SWEET MINT & FENNEL "DIGEST" INFUSION - TEABAGS
Our bodies are incredible machines, but sometimes even the best machines need a little oil to keep them running smoothly. Ahmad Tea’s Digest Infusion lends a helping hand to the digestive system with its cleansing blend of mint, liquorice, fennel and biotin (aka vitamin H). It’s a deliciously minty herbal tea that soothes and restores.
To craft this blend, our expert Tea Masters start by combining spearmint and peppermint. Mint has been used for centuries as a natural remedy for digestion complaints, so it’s the perfect base here. We add liquorice root and fennel for their lovely sweet aniseed notes, while a sprinkling of camomile and blackberry leaves gives a flourish of delicate, summery flavours. But it’s the addition of natural biotin that really elevates the digestive powers of this tea. A complex B vitamin, biotin helps the body convert food into energy, which in turn contributes to a healthier metabolism. So while this magnificent blend delivers some instant refreshment to your taste buds, it gives some longer-lasting TLC to your tummy.
You’ll find 20 teabags in this box, string-tagged for easy brewing in a cup or pot. Each bag is foil-sealed to lock in its flavours and make every infusion is as fresh as the last. With its copper colour and minty aromas, this is a wonderful tea to drink after a heavy meal as it can assist in digesting rich foods and soothe bloating. Discomfort can crop up at any occasion, so keep an Ahmad Tea Digest infusion on-hand for whenever you may need it. The blend is made with 100% natural ingredients so is entirely caffeine-free. That makes it a lovely cuppa to drink in the evening to aid digestion while you sleep. The calming effect of the camomile leaves will also help to ease you into bedtime.
Fennel 33%, Camomile 18%, Peppermint 15%, Spearmint 12%, Liquorice Root 10%, Blackberry Leaves, Sodium Selenite 1%, Bio Tin 1%
Origin*: *Please note, subject to change due to seasonal variations.