Harmony Tea
Harmony Tea
Harmony Tea
Harmony Tea
Harmony Tea
Harmony Tea

Harmony Tea

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  • Useful for recurrent bloating
  • Helps to release stomach gas
  • Assists in relieving abdominal pain

How to Prepare:

  • Take 120 ml of water and add ½ teaspoon of tea. 
  • Boil this mixture for 5-7 minutes.
  • Strain. Add honey or sugar to taste. Sip it hot.
  • Drink it two times a day.

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Works Best For

  • Digestion
  • Stomach Problems
  • Abdominal Discomfort
Robin Fuller

“Drinking this after a heavy meal really takes care of all the stomach pain that comes after it. I go for two cups every day - no problems at all! ”

Masie Afleck

“I have a knack for herbal teas, so buying this was completely out of craze. Still I've been sticking with it for a month now because it's outright awesome! ”

Agnes Macguire

“It becomes most delicious when I add honey. But even in its simple form, it works wonders for my indigestion issues. Couldn’t imagine that tea can do so much!”

Benefits of Harmony Tea

Helps to relieve stomach issues
Helps to relieve stomach issues

Has antispasmodic agents that assist in relieving inflammation of gastric muscles. Works as a natural carminative to help in treating indigestion, bloating etc. Supports intestinal functions to ease bowel activity. Useful in IBS, nausea and vomiting.

Supports liver health
Supports liver health

Assists in relieving liver inflammation to regulate rate of production of bile juice. Beneficial for eliminating toxins that seep into hepatic tissues. Works to maintain electrolyte balance. Useful to improve appetite and taste sensation.

Promotes immune functions
Promotes immune functions

Helps to eliminate bacteria, viruses and fungi from the body. Assists in inhibiting growth of infections by slowing down inflammatory reactions. Works to stimulate the white blood cells for better immunity.

Other Benefits

  • Aids in body detox
  • Supports skin health
  • Useful to manage Diabetes
  • Helps to regulate cholesterol levels
  • Assists in alleviating stress
  • Helps to reduce pain and spasms

What experts say about us

Dr. Greeshma Nair
Dr. Greeshma Nair AYURVEDA LIFESTYLE COUNSELOR, KERALA

“1000 Year old Ayurveda recipes strangely followed to give you effective, easy to use Nirogam products that give amazing results.”

Dr. Divya Vaidya
Dr. Divya Vaidya AYURVEDA LIFESTYLE COUNSELOR, HIMACHAL PRADESH

“Made with High quality herbs after carefully purifying all minerals and metal for excellent products that really work”

Why is it a must have?

Coriander

Coriander

Sprinkle it over your recipes or mix it in a salad, Coriander has always got your back! It is a great source of natural fibres that regulate the functions of GI organs like liver, stomach etc. Regular consumption of Coriander also helps to cut down cholesterol levels in the blood.

Cumin

Cumin

This strong flavoured spice is used around the globe to enrich recipes with minerals and antioxidants. Cumin is packed with antioxidants that rejuvenate the GI tract muscles. It prevents absorption of excess sugars to keep your gut in the best shape possible.

Cinnamon

Cinnamon

Sweet in taste but fast in action, Cinnamon is a power herb that helps with many metabolic disorders including Diabetes, indigestion and infections. It also builds up your immunity to ensure that microbial infections cannot hijack your gut. Most of all, it can be a great tonic for weight loss!

Soy Free
Gluten Free
No Sugar
Non-GMo
No Preservatives

Frequently asked questions

What are the three worst foods for digestion?
  • Fried Foods: The high trans fat content of these recipes makes them hard to digest. This can make your stomach release excess acid. 
  • Baked Items: High amount of baking soda can dry up the GI tract, making it difficult for your intestines to process it.  
  • Refined Sugar: It contains a large amount of free radicals that trigger inflammation, damage injured tissues and block nutrient absorption process.
Is tea bad for gastritis?
While milk tea may aggravate the gastritis symptoms for some patients, herbal tea enriched with honey can be a game changer. It relieves the inflammation of gut tissues for better breakdown of food.
What kind of tea is good for bloating?
Herbal teas containing cooling herbs like peppermint, lemon, coriander, asafoetida etc. can be of great help in reducing stomach bloats. They trigger the digestive juices to prevent production of gas.

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