SEBASTOPOL, Calif., Jan. 13 -- Traditional Medicinals, the leader in medicinal teas(1), has introduced two new products,
Heartburn is one of the most common discomforts of daily life, affecting 1 in 10 Americans at least once a week. Herbalists at Traditional Medicinals® formulated Heartburn Soother tea based on traditional European herbal wisdom of using marshmallow leaf and root as a remedy for the relief of occasional mild heartburn*.
Lemon EveryDay Detox responds to concerns of living in a toxic world and is designed to promote healthy liver function and ensure beneficial digestive activity*. The formulation, a blend of burdock, cleavers and nettles, has been used for generations in Traditional European herbal formulas. Lemon EveryDay Detox supports detoxification and wellness.
All Traditional Medicinals teas are made with pharmacopoeial grade herbs, the highest quality herb available, and include a range of digestive system teas, seasonal teas, women's teas, calming teas, healthy beverage teas, energizing teas and "Just for Kid's" teas. Products are available nationwide at Grocery, Health Food Stores and Drugstores. For more information please visit http://www.TraditionalMedicinals.com.
About Traditional Medicinals
Providing the highest quality herbal products since 1974, Traditional Medicinals incorporates the art of traditional herbal formulating with the most modern scientific methods of quality control. Some of its best selling medicinal herbal teas include Smooth Move®, Throat Coat® and Mother's Milk®. The company uses pharmacopoeial grade herbs and is committed to the scientific study of their products, including rigorous quality control testing, following Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and sponsoring clinical research. Products can be found in health and natural food stores, nutritional shops, grocery supermarkets and drug stores throughout the United States and Canada as well as in the U.K. and the Netherlands. For more information about Traditional Medicinals, please visit www.TraditionalMedicinals.com.
(1) SPINS/AC Nielsen 52 week data ending April 2009. (1) In the United States, "medicinal teas" are classified as herbal dietary supplement products but in Canada and in the EU they are classified as medicines.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease
SOURCE Traditional Medicinals
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