Bloating and Constipation can hold a whole host of unwanted symptoms such as trapped wind, tummy pain, food intolerances (IBS), headaches and irritability not to mention time consumed sitting on the toilet, need I say more. It is quite a subject for me as some years ago after feeling bloated and nauseated in the mornings especially continuously I found that through a simple blood test I had H.Pylori bacteria and apparently many of us may have it without any symptoms at all!! So it is worth a discussion with your Doctor if you are experiencing these symptoms.
Strengthen the immune system; reduce allergy symptoms; protect blood vessels; helps stop bleeding.
Used for sore throats; used for mouth wash; cleanse blood; promotes cardiovascular health; treats mouth inflammation.
Soothes membranes of the system; treat stomach ache; gastroenteritis; irritable bowel; help with bronchial irritation.
Elimination of intestinal parasites; lowers cholesterol; boost immunity; benefits diabetes; improves digestion; eases menstrual pain.
Has anti-bacterial properties; relieves headaches; reduces stress; helps with menstruation pain.
Stimulates secretion of gastric juice and saliva; balances appetite; facilitates digestion; stimulates the flow of bile.
Used for pain and inflammation of the mucous membranes of the respiratory tract; dry coughs; good for stomach ulcers; constipation; helps treat urinary tract bacteria; kidney stones.
Relieves gas; blocks acid from heartburn; improves blood circulation; reduces arthritic inflammation; helps with morning, travel sickness; helps manage glucose levels.
Treats insomnia and sleep disorders; treats anxiety and panic attacks; muscle twitching; stomach flu and ulcers; improves liver function; balances appetite; treats wounds.
Preparing Iaso Tea for the Week
Each packet contains two IASO tea bags, which will make a gallon of tea.
Bring 32 oz or 4 cups of water to a full boil.
Remove from heat.
Place the 2 two tea bags in boiled water and cover.
After the tea has steeped for around 4 to 8 hours take out the tea bags.
Pour the tea into a one gallon container and additional water to make the 1 gallon. If you like, you can the tea bags back into the container.
Your tea is Ready to Drink!! Keep in the Fridge
You can use the leftover tea in the tea bags on your salad, shakes or any dish that you prepare.
NOTE: Do not heat Tea in microwave as will lose its beneficial qualities.
How Much do I need to drink?
The usual dosage is two 8 ounce glasses of tea per day. (8oz with Lunch & Dinner then maybe 4 ounces with a snack) You can drink more or less anytime during the day.
NOTE: Be sure if you are taking any prescription medications to take them 1 hour before or after you have consumed the tea.