Herbal Tea


Drinking hot green or peppermint tea after a meal can soothe the stomach, alleviate nausea caused by cancer or cancer treatments, and aid digestion—this is beneficial for individuals with pancreatic, colon, bowel, or intestinal cancer.

You can easily find organically farmed green tea in most supermarkets and tea specialty stores. Aim to drink one cup of hot green tea after each meal, or at least after lunch and dinner. For added flavour, consider adding a teaspoon of pure honey and some lemon juice.

Why Herbal Tea is good for us


Naturally Flavoured and Decaffeinated Green, Fruit, Ginger or Peppermint Tea

Green tea has long been celebrated in Chinese culture for its health benefits, and its role in fighting cancer is particularly noteworthy. Despite their traditionally high-carb, high-fat diets, the Chinese have maintained low disease rates and a slim population, thanks in part to their regular consumption of green tea after meals. Green tea is rich in antioxidants, offering numerous health advantages, including improved brain function, improved digestion, enhanced fat metabolism, protection against cancer, and a reduced risk of heart disease.

Multiple observational studies have revealed that women who consume the most green tea have a 20-30% lower risk of developing breast cancer, one of the most prevalent cancers in women. Additionally, a comprehensive analysis of 29 studies demonstrated that green tea drinkers are approximately 42% less likely to develop colorectal cancer.