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Soothing Comfort ™–
A Digestive Tea

Recommended for: Digestion

A classic combination of multiple use herbs which act to calm the nerves and settle the digestive system. In tea form, they act quickly to help relieve an upset stomach or generally relax after a busy day. Ingredients: Chamomile flowers, Oats in Milk, Lavender buds, Lemon Balm leaf, Stevia leaf.

Chamomile - Traditionally used for digestive upset, flatulence, heartburn, diarrhea, anxiety, muscle tension, and insomnia. Chamomile can also be used for menstrual cramps, irritable bowel syndrome, tension headaches, restlessness of hyperactive children , and infants and toddlers with stomach aches, cramps, and teething pains.

Lavender - Calming, and pain relieving. For calming anxiety, nervous exhaustion, stress, tension, relaxing muscles spasms, headaches, nausea. Lavender can relieve colic and irritability in babies.

Lemon balm - Soothes headaches, indigestion and nausea. It is sedating, stimulating to digestion, relaxes peripheral blood vessels, decreases gas and bloating, relieves spasms, is anti-viral and anti-bacterial. Lemon balm and lavender make an effective anxiety calming combination that can be taken as a tea or added to the bath for stress, insomnia, and depression.

Milky Oats - Oats, often referred to by their botanical name Avena sativa, are deeply nourishing to the nervous system. They are especially indicated in states of exhaustion where there is difficulty concentrating.

Stevia - Also known as the sweet plant of Paraguay, Stevia is included in this formula primarily as a sweetener. It has also been investigated as an aid in blood sugar regulation and as an antihypertensive. Stevia has been used in native cultures for over 100 years. Stevia has been used in Japan extensively to sweeten pickles, dried foods, soy sauce, fruit juices, soft drinks, frozen deserts, gum and diet foods. Stevia has been studied for potential beneficial effects on diabetics. It retards the growth of plaque in the mouth, and is anti-carcinogenic. Dozens of studies have shown it to be safe for human use.

Q. Is Soothing Comfort Tea safe for those with gluten intolerance or celiac?

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