Belly Bliss tastes gentle and soothing: just the ticket for a grumpy belly. These botanicals form a sweet and earthy mix, with a subtle grassy note—not like dry grass, but very clean and fresh. Raspberry leaf tastes especially good among herbal teas, and people find it to be deeply calming. While raspberry leaf anchors this blend, the spearmint and lemon linger around the edges, with a subtly uplifting effect. Whether or not you feel nauseous, this tea should satisfy your taste buds and soothe your spirit.
We considered the names Stomach Tea, Nausea Tea, Anti-Anxiety Tea, and Red Raspberry Tea—but we think Belly Bliss covers it all. Although we often recommend ginger for belly health, sometimes it can feel too spicy or intense. Belly Bliss offers a calm and gentle cup of tea. It also boasts a range of powerful botanicals. Dandelion root is known to detoxify the body and aid digestion. Lemon balm reports many uses, including nerve relief, respiratory healing, as an antihistamine, antibacterial, antidepressant, and digestion aide. Finally, oatstraw can boost immunity and energy—in addition to having antioxidant and antibiotic properties, and vitamins A, D, E, and zinc.
Morning or night, take a cup of Belly Bliss, and let those knots in your stomach unwind.
A made in Montana tea.
Lake Missoula Tea Company commits to direct-sourcing teas and botanicals from sustainable farms. First we choose organic ingredients, and then we create our blends in small batches. In short, we love to drink this stuff, and weâ€™re proud to share with you the tastiest, freshest tea possible. Store away from light and oxygen, and your teas will keep for a good long time.