A Healthy Digestive System
A healthy, well-functioning digestive system is the key to great overall health. If you aren’t digesting, you aren’t absorbing which means your body is missing out on tons of great nutrients!
There are also many digestive disorders and chronic conditions that can affect how our bodies react to food and drink. These conditions can cause painful indigestion, gas, cramps, and even as severe as vomiting and diarrhea.
Thankfully, the Curatea Digestive Blend contains natural herbs that can help reduce inflammation caused by food and also help your body break down, absorb and ultimately eliminate, gently.
An Ingredient with many benefits.
It makes the tea taste a little like licorice, with a relaxing scent and slightly bitter aftertaste.
It can also help you sleep since fennel can relax your muscles — including your digestive muscles — you may feel more ready for bed after drinking it instead of overly full and uncomfortable due to poor digestion.
Otherwise known as calendula, a flowering plant, is commonly used to ease peptic ulcers, gastroesophageal reflux disease, and inflammatory bowel disease.
It comes packed with antioxidants, may promote wound and skin ulcer healing, May combat certain cancer cells, May support oral health, and improve your skin health.
Among all these benefits, Its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties help to support the healing of gastric and intestinal inflammation. It helps to promote absorption and improve digestion.
Cinnamon tea has been used to accelerate weight loss, improve immunity, and prevent chronic disease.
This star ingredient in your tea is packed with antioxidants that offer health benefits, protect heart health, brain health, decrease inflammation which can cost a host of health problems.
This spice also helps you to feel full for longer and stabilizes blood sugar levels.
Thymus vulgaris (Thyme)
In traditional medicine, the leaves and flowers of thyme are used against coughs, colds, sore throats, and other respiratory problems.
Thyme is known for its antibacterial properties and it might have a future as an acne-fighting ingredient.
Thyme also helps lower blood pressure, coughing, boosts immunity, and also improves your mood.
I don’t know about you, but social distancing for the past weeks has led to some overindulgences in my household! We have been eating more junk food than we were before and more than we know we should!
After drinking this tea twice a day for a week, I noticed that I was feeling less bloated. My digestive system seemed to be much less unsettled than it was before. Of course, I was eating better this week also, so I did not counteract the health benefits I was trying to obtain from drinking Curatea blend! Sweat is another way for your body to rid itself of impurities.
Curatea has a slight herbal taste, akin to green tea flavors. I found I liked it better at room temperature. You can choose whether or not to add a sweetener to it, however, given the purpose o detoxifying your body, try to pick a natural one, like honey.
Detox Slowly and Effectively with Curatea
I always enjoy drinking tea especially at night when I wind down before going to sleep. It warms me up, helps me sleep better, and has tons of amazing benefits for my body.
It has a natural mild taste and was refreshing when I added lemon to it. I liked that the package contains 30 bags so you’ll get one month’s worth. One other thing I loved is that the tea bags were properly sealed so I didn’t have bits of tea leaves in my cup to strain out.
Tea-Toxify with Curatea
I love a good cuppa. Once upon a time, I toyed with training as a tea sommelier. Did you know there even was such a thing? I have since slid that into my ‘fun things to do in retirement’ file. While not formally trained, I do know a good cup of tea, and over the years we have moved into a whole world of options, particularly into blends targeted specifically to our health. I love that!
How did it rate as a cuppa?
Sniff test: The tea has a refreshing scent; it is almost savory, like herbs from the garden. (That makes sense, right?)
Making it: For starters, I think each day is a gift and should be celebrated, even in small ways. I used my good china for this. I made the tea to exact instructions
Taste test: This is a lovely tea with a mild taste, not medicinal at all. If the salad were a tea, it might taste a bit like this. My husband said it tasted like snap peas to him. I think this would make a very nice iced tea, too. Because I found it refreshing and invigorating, it is a good morning and afternoon cuppa. Also,
you may find you sweat and urinate a bit more frequently than you normally would while consuming this; that is to be expected since it is helping the body with elimination. In light of that, I don’t suggest this is consumed before bed or on a road trip!
Overall, this is a lovely product. Raising a pinkie to good health!