Digestive tea?

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Digestive tea?

Postby dalton » Sep 20th, '07, 14:23

I was wondering if Adagio has ever considered a special digestive tea? I have tried an interesting mix of peppermint, fennel and licorice at an Indian restaurant after dinner which they told me was good for my stomach after a big meal. I would love to buy a similar blend if ever offered by Adagio.

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Postby Mocha Wheels » Sep 20th, '07, 14:47

try a lemon tea or lemon peppermint blend. the acid in the lemon aids in digestion

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Postby ABx » Sep 20th, '07, 16:21

I find puerh to do a better job than any herbals. Adagio may not have the biggest selection of puerh, but what they do have should do well.

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Postby Wesli » Sep 20th, '07, 16:31

My favored tea in this matter is Japanese Sencha. It not only reduces the negative effects of a large meal, but can also satisfy the after-meal sweet tooth.
Some people use chamomile, but I resist during the day because of it's sedating effects.

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Postby dalton » Sep 20th, '07, 16:34

I have not heard of puerh or tried Sencha, so I'll give that a shot. I really liked the flavor of the mint, fennel and licorice, though, so I will continue to look. It looks like Yogi Tea makes something similar.

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Postby scruffmcgruff » Sep 20th, '07, 17:27

If you are into traditional Indian medicine, Lochan Tea Ltd. carries a line of Ayurvedic herbal blends you might be interested in.

http://www.shop.lochantea.com/loose_type/ayurvedic.htm

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Postby Eve » Sep 23rd, '07, 02:03

Yogi Tea makes a type called "Stomach Ease" and it contains fennel and licorice. It is delicious too! :D

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Postby Wesli » Sep 23rd, '07, 10:25

Fennel, anise, licorice, whats the difference.

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Postby skywarrior » Sep 24th, '07, 01:47

I hear that ginger can help the digestion.

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Postby Mocha Wheels » Sep 24th, '07, 09:23

very true, i just forgot about it because i don't like it.

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