Green Tea with Ginger and Probiotics (18 ct; Pack of 6)
Green Tea with Ginger and Probiotics (18 ct; Pack of 6)
Green Tea with Ginger and Probiotics (18 ct; Pack of 6)
Green Tea with Ginger and Probiotics (18 ct; Pack of 6)
Green Tea with Ginger and Probiotics (18 ct; Pack of 6)
Green Tea with Ginger and Probiotics (18 ct; Pack of 6)
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Green Tea with Ginger and Probiotics (18 ct; Pack of 6)

Beverages
Breakfast
Grocery
IBS
Low-FODMAP
Snacks

$17.88

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Foodguides Review

Green tea contains antioxidants and ginger has been commonly used to help aid in nausea relief, which could both benefit IBS sufferers.

Amazon Description

Bigelow Tea was the first to market in 2009 to overcome the challenge of finding a strain of probiotics hearty enough to survive the high heat of boiling water and deliver beneficial probiotics to the digestive tract - exactly where they are needed. Designed to support and add value every day to a regular healthy lifestyle, this delectably soothing tea combines our delicate Green Tea with Ganeden BC30 probiotics (Bacillus coagulans GBI-30, 6086) with a zesty hint of ginger and sweet spices.

  • Probiotic Tea: This soothing tea helps add value to a regular healthy lifestyle. This green tea blend combines Ganeden BC30 probiotics with zesty ginger, lemon and sweet spices
  • Individually Wrapped: Bigelow Tea always come individually wrapped in foil pouches for peak flavor, freshness and aroma to enjoy everywhere you go. Gluten-free, calorie-free, and Kosher Certified
  • Try Every Flavor: There's a tea for morning, noon, and night time relaxation. Try our English Breakfast, Vanilla Chai, antioxidant Green Tea, decaffeinated teas, organic teas and a variety of our herbal tea bags
  • Blended and Packaged in the USA: In 1945 Ruth Campbell Bigelow created our first tea, Constant Comment, a strong, flavorful black tea blended with aromatic orange peel and sweet warming spices. Today, Bigelow is still 100% Family Owned
  • Uncompromised Quality: Since 1945, Bigelow Tea has been a leader in premium tea and proud to be a Certified B Corporation - meeting the highest verified standards of social and environmental performance, transparency and accountability

Package Dimensions: 10.0 x 5.8 x 5.6 inches

Foodguides Review

Green tea contains antioxidants and ginger has been commonly used to help aid in nausea relief, which could both benefit IBS sufferers.

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