iHerb Customer Reviews
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Amazing all-natural remedy for acid reflux and gastritis.
Posted by Leione on Apr 26, 2014
This soothing herbal tea with a mild flavor does wonders for people suffering from gastrointestinal diseases and conditions. Rich in vitamins, minerals, amino acids, tannins, antioxidants, flavonoids, it's full of health benefits and great for treating acid reflux, gastritis, ulcers, IBS, colitis, diarrhea, constipation, gallstones and gallbladder disease, lower urinary tract and kidney disorders, respiratory tract infections, dry cough, gingivitis, canker sores and gum disease, acne, sunburn, eczema, psoriasis, as well as other conditions. Marshmallow tea forms a protective layer on the lining of the digestive tract, aids digestion, prevents heartburn and acid reflux, relieves nausea and bloating, heals gastric and intestinal ulcers, soothes the stomach lining, reduces colon inflammation, facilitates healing, relieves pain, swelling and inflammation of the mucous membranes, soothes and heals dry and damaged skin. It can also be applied topically to reduce skin irritation and inflammation, heal wounds, sores, insect bites, scars, bruises, cuts, burns, rashes. A marshmallow mask or scrub improves the complexion, brightens and evens out skin tone, reduces redness, spots, blotchiness and small lines, helps break down old scar tissue and prevent premature aging. This amazing tea actually does relieve the symptoms of my acid reflux and gastritis and I would recommend it to anyone suffering from gastrointestinal conditions and respiratory tract infections.
Excellent quality Marshmallow root
Posted by Reviewer1123956 on May 30, 2011
I really like the quality of this marshmallow root. It seems to be higher in mucilage than other brands I had tried. Thank you
Posted by Reviewer2929019 on Feb 10, 2012
i am sure it is what it is, but not what i was looking for, for my GERD/heartburn marshmallow powder works better for me (I put it in my tea)
High in mucilage and great in salves or creams too.
Posted by ManxKat on Jul 27, 2013
It is great for GERD but I found polypore (red belted) tea eliminates GERD better but that taste is rough. Marshmallow tastes better and good in creams and salves too.
Posted by 5716620240026573163 on Aug 23, 2015
Tastes great and very good for rebuilding the intestinal lining as it contains mucins, which are also essentially a form of a prebiotic.
Tastes like a broth.
Posted by Reviewer1721551 on Aug 10, 2011
Not bad, but not something I look forward to either.
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