Anise Seed A known carminative (relieves flatulence) with antibacterial properties, this tasty spice also is well reputed as an expectorant.
Ginger Root boasts the reputation as one of the most popular spices worldwide. Ancient and well regarded medicinally, beloved as an addition to a plethora of Asian foods, this versatile spice is known to work as a superior digestive aid.
Papaya Leaf Rich in phytochemicals and a good source of flavonoids, this fascinating plant detests intestinal parasites. As well, papaya leaf is known to act as an antifungal and antimicrobial.
Licorice Root A known adaptogen, this distinctive herb supports the digestive system, may help ease muscle cramps, is often used to treat sore throats, and is enlisted to support the respiratory tract.
Fennel Seed For digestive, respiratory, and vision support, fennel seed is a delicious addition to this tea. Chewing on a teaspoon of raw fennel seeds before and/or after a meal is common practice in some cultures.