Tudor Tummy Tonic Herbal Tea Blend


Dyspepsia (indigestion) can be defined as painful, difficult, or disturbed digestion, which may be accompanied by symptoms such as pain, heartburn, bloating and stomach discomfort.

The herbs that we have selected have a substantial body of data in support of their digestion-enhancing benefits and mainly belong to one of three groups: bitter, aromatic and pungent.

Fennel, a carminative herb supports digestion and absorption of foods with relief from bloating and gas. Licorice dates back to ancient Egypt, and was made into a sweet drink for pharaohs. It is known to be used in traditional Chinese, Middle Eastern, and Greek medicines to soothe an upset stomach, reduce inflammation, and stimulate the secretion of digestive and gastric juices.

Calendula has been used traditionally to support relief from abdominal cramps and constipation. Lemon balm has been used in folk medicine for it’s digestive, carminative, analgesic, properties as well as for functional gastrointestinal disorders.

Dandelion has been known since ancient times for its curative properties. Its reputation is one of comfort from various ailments such as dyspepsia (indigestion), heartburn, bloating and stomach discomfort.

Tudor Tummy Tonic features a blend of supportive herbs, such as fennel, licorice, peppermint, dandelion and lemon balm, all with a significant amount of supportive data of their benefits.



One may suffer after eating or drinking with stomach discomfort or stomach ache, they may feel bloated or sick. Our stomachs have acid to break down food.
At times, this may irritate the stomach lining and cause indigestion. Rich or fatty foods, caffeine, sugary drinks, and alcohol can make indigestion worse.
Its always best to consult with your health care provider and pharmacist, especially when aggravated with chronic indigestion that persists over time or is frequently recurring.

Ingredients: Fennel, Licorice, Calendula, Lemon Balm, Peppermint, Dandelion


1.75 OZ, approximately 20-25 servings (when using recommended ratio)

4 OZ approximately 50 servings (when using recommended ratio)

Directions: Place 2 tsp of tea blend into a loose leaf tea diffuser. In a heat safe mug, steep tea blend in 1 C of boiling water for 10 minutes. Drink and experience magic!

Caution: Do NOT consume this tea if you are pregnant or lactating, or if you are currently on any blood thinning medication.

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*This product is not intended to cure any type of disease or replace any prescription medication you are currently taking. Consult your Physician before beginning any herbal regime. This product nor these statements has not been approved by the FDA. Please be aware of any herbal allergies you may have prior to consumption. this information is provided for educational purposes only*

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1.75 oz, 4 oz