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I.B.S. Relief Herbal Tea - Suited for all inflammatory bowel discomfortsInflammatory Bowel Syndrome - chronic inflammation of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract - irritable bowel syndrome + diverticular dis-ease, crohn's dis-ease, ulcerative colitis -- providing support in a traditional plant formula wellness tea - Herbalist formulated with soothing anti inflammatory Yarrow, Lemon Balm, Lavender, Nettle leaf, Marshsmallow root, Slippery elm, Peppemint leaf, Fennel seed & Licorice root with a tiny kiss of Ceylon Cinnamon.

This tea formula soothes the bowels, intestines & mucous membranes, calms spasms, pain and bloating associated with acute IBS - returns bowel movement normalcy and supports healthy digestion processes.  IBS Relief Tea rebuilds restores soothes + eases inflammation of the mucosa of the entire digestive tract.


IBS Tea is best drank room temperature or cold for maximum outcomes toward inflammatory bowel complaints.


Drink 2 to 4 mugs daily  if in acute discomfort and 1 to 2 mugs per day for maintenence - and prevention of discomfort. This tea steeps with a slightly cloudy or opague appearance - this is normal. 


100 -110 gram bag

Herbalist proprietary formula of-


Lemon Balm leaf, Yarrow flower, Wild Nettle, Slippery Elm root, Crampbark, Wild Peppermint leaf, Marshamallow root, Lavender floret, Wild Nettle leaf, Licorice root, Cinnamon bark, Fennel seed.


The Stillroom Shoppe Stainless 2 peice TEA INFUSER ~ Fits any size mason jar or mug for easy loose leaf tea infusing ~  




IBS Relief Tea

  • The list of herbal in IBS Relief Tea are traditional pain easing muscus membrane supportive plants traditionally know for their benefits of soothing the intestines., bowel and colon.. IBS Tea is plant based antispasmodic, pain relieving, soothing, rebuilds calms & restores. Aids inflammatory bowel complaints - providing restoration, strengthening & soothing healing nutritive benefit whether constipation or correcting loose stool issues - very balancing to the entire digestive tract.   

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