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Digestive Aiding Tea - Yogi Ginger Tea

If you're looking for a Digestive aiding Tea, Yogi has got you covered. Yogi Ginger Tea is 100% all natural & Certified Organic. Yogi Ginger Tea allows customers to savor the traditional taste of Ginger, & will help to support healthy Digestion over time. Yogi Ginger Tea contains Black Pepper & Peppermint for a naturally warming blend. Ginger Tea is a Caffeine free option, & contains absolutely no artificial Flavors or Sweeteners. Yogi's formula will help to prevent & help to cure pesky Stomach Aches & pains, & soothe the Digestive Tract. On top of all of that, Yogi Ginger Tea has a pleasant Ginger taste & is Vegan/Vegetarian friendly. Soothe your Stomach today with Yogi. Pick up a pack!! Introducing Yogi Ginger Tea!!

Yogi Ginger Tea Benefits

  • 100% All Natural & Certified Organic Formula
  • Easy For On-The-Go Travel Tea Bags
  • Let's Customers Savor The Traditional Taste Of Ginger
  • Helps To Support Healthy Digestion Overall
  • Contains Black Pepper & Peppermint For A Naturally Warming Blend
  • USDA Certified Organic & Non-GMO Product 
  • Caffeine Free Option & No Artificial Sweeteners Or Flavors
  • Oxygen-Bleached Tea Bags & Vegan/Vegetarian Friendly
  • Pleasant Ginger Taste & Soothes The Stomach & Digestive Tract
  • Prevents & Helps To Cure Pesky Stomach Aches & Pains

How Do I Take Yogi Ginger Tea?

Yogi recommends bringing Water to a boil & steeping one (1) Tea Bag for 7 Minutes. For stronger Tea, use two (2) Tea Bags.

Yogi Ginger Tea Ingredients

Serving Size: 1 Tea Bag

Servings Per Container: 16

Proprietary Blend of Herbs 2,000mg: Organic Ginger Root, Organic Lemongrass, Organic Licorice Root, Organic Peppermint Leaf, Organic Black Pepper

Other Ingredients: None.

Yogi Ginger Tea Side Effects & Warnings

Consult with your Healthcare Provider prior to using if you are pregnant or nursing. Store in a cool, dry place. Keep out of reach of children.


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