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Wedding wellness: Give your digestive system a little self-care

Box of Pukka Herbs’ Feel New tea Pukka Herbs’ Feel New tea has been expertly blended to support the body’s natural digestive and cleansing processes, to help you to feel your best. Created using the finest quality ethically sourced organic herbs including aniseed, fennel, cardamom and turmeric – this super tea is a perfect brew to boost the digestive system and liver. The result is an uplifting cup of herbal bliss to help support digestive health.

Taking care of your digestive system is a great place to begin any good digestive self-care regime. Sebastian Pole, Pukka Herbs’ Medical Herbalist and Ayurvedic Practitioner, explains that, "by supporting healthy digestion and the body’s natural detoxification processes, it is possible to increase our resilience to modern lifestyles and regain vitality.

"Feel New is naturally caffeine-free and contains the perfect blend of powerful ethically sourced, organic plants to support the body’s natural processes in the liver and gut. We have used organic grown herbs and spices well-known in traditional herbal medicine as being aromatic, anti-inflammatory, warming and full of antioxidants. It's a great-tasting herbal tea to enjoy before or after meals to support digestive wellbeing."

This rejuvenating herbal tea harnesses the power of the four best herbs for digestion:

Turmeric 
The superhero of herbs. The active compounds found in this powerful spice are shown to reduce inflammation and pain.  It has well-documented effects on antioxidant activity and liver support with research consistently showing that turmeric increases activity at every stage of the liver’s detoxing process. There is also increasing evidence of the benefit of turmeric for improving the microbiome as a prebiotic. It’s of real interest that ‘good’ gut bacteria have been found to remove toxic compounds from body.

Aniseed
Is a carminative for the digestive system and is an effective antispasmodic for colic pain from bloating and indigestion.

Fennel
Contains anethole, which has strong anti-inflammatory properties. It is a superb carminative and is also a strong anti-microbial and anti-fungal agent.  The aromatic oils in fennel are helpful to reduce gas, bloating and digestive discomfort.

Cardamom
Is highly aromatic making it an effective carminative providing relief from symptoms of indigestion. It stimulates metabolic and digestive processes whilst also working as an effective decongestant removing mucous from the digestive tract. 

Feel New is available to buy from Tesco, Waitrose and Sainsbury’s stores nationwide for an RRP of £2.50 (box of 20 sachets).

 
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