get probiotic® - No. 18 Herb Tea for Digestive Health

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Trust your gut? Absolutely. The digestive system is nothing short of a miracle. It keeps us healthy and supports our immune functions. But here’s the thing: poor diets, stress, travel and other facts of life can really throw it out of whack.

So why not give nature a tasty nudge with this naturally caffeine-free, herbal blend? Organic red rooibos blended with the mighty probiotic GanedenBC30® effectively helps your system find the right balance, supporting digestive health.* Studies show that GanedenBC30® probiotic also supports protein utilization.** Along with chicory root, which adds inulin, and cinnamon, said to stimulate the gastro tract, this tea is its own little miracle.

More About This Product

*As a part of a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle. **When consuming a minimum of 3 cups of get probiotic® daily and as a part of a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.

PREGNANCY AND LACTATION:
Do not use during pregnancy or lactation without the advice of a healthcare practitioner.

Caffeine:

Rooibos (Red Tea) is naturally caffeine-free. More about caffeine.

Steeping Instructions

Steeping red tea is easy. Simply heat fresh, filtered water to a rolling boil. Then pour water over tea and steep for 5-7 minutes if using a tea bag or full-leaf.

Ingredients

Organic Rooibos, Cinnamon, Black Limon, Licorice Root, Stevia, Natural Vanilla Flavor, Bacillus coagulans GBI-30-6086
*CONTAINS SOY

Calories

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What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...

  • 4 Star

Originally purchased for my wife

5 Stars Originally purchased for my wife

from WA on wrote:

My wife has IBS & there is nor cure only help. I read the reviews about this blend and its probiotics component. I suggested that she try. She is not really "hep" about tea. She found the flavor agreeable and added it to to her regime of things that help Probiotics, Gluten Free, & added fiber. That was 750 bags ago, Sips it usually, all day, likes it cold and it helps. Brew up 4 bags in a little over a quart of just quit boiling filtered tap water. Set the timer for 7 min. Add 1.5 tablespoons of honey. Now me, I'm a tea sipper from a while ago. All Kinds. My wife wants this brew cold, usually adds ice. If I'm lucky I get there just after the honey has been added and obtain a hot cup of this, to me, very tasty tea. YUM I do like this one. Incidentally re: "sips it usually all day" - my wife says this brew aids her control, and relieves some of the symptoms.

Works

4 Stars Works

from WI on wrote:

I stopped using my stomach prescription when I got this tea. I have not taken the medication now for about eight months. Keeps me regular, settles my stomach, and I have not had many bad days! Taste? Didn't like at first but I think it's okay now. Better than taking another pill.

Reminds me of oatmeal

3 Stars Reminds me of oatmeal

from OK on wrote:

All I could think upon first sip and each sip thereafter is that this tea had an earthy taste and reminded me of something hot I used to eat for breakfast. I couldn't pinpoint what it reminded me of, but I think it reminds me of oatmeal. It's not a bad flavor, but it tastes more like the basic taste of cooked oats than it does of say, maple and brown sugar, or apples and cinnamon, for examples. Adding sweetener, and adding sweetener and cream, did not change the taste a bit, so there really isn't any point in adding to it. I usually drink a cup of a fermented yogurt drink every morning, but had this tea today instead. The best advantage is that it doesn't have calories. I've never tasted a tea that tastes like this one, and think it can be an acquired taste. I don't hate it, but at this point I wouldn't be drinking it for the taste alone--only for the probiotic benefits, which are definitely real. I think it said in the ingredient list something about limon. I didn't taste lemon or lime at all, and don't think I really tasted any vanilla. It is not a bad tea at all. Not my favorite.

Great Tea

5 Stars Great Tea

from CO on wrote:

I really like this tea. It really soothes and balances out my digestive system. I take it with me when I travel.

A good non-caffeine tea

4 Stars A good non-caffeine tea

from CA on wrote:

I was looking for another non-caffeinated tea for bed plus at the time my stomach seemed to be acting funny. And since I like vanilla almond, the ingredient list seemed to match well. I tried the "Get Clean" before because that had vanilla and almonds, but I really didn't like its strong chicory root taste. It's not currently listed on the ingredient list, but my canister lists chicory root as the 4th ingredient on "Get Probiotic" so at first I was surprised at the chicory taste, but it's not as strong so I was able to get used to it. Otherwise it tastes pretty good: nice and mellow with its light vanilla and cinnamon flavors.