Caraway, also known as Persian cumin, has a pungent anise-like flavor It has a long tradition of medicinal uses, mainly for digestive disorders. Studies have also shown caraway to be an endocrine function support agent, and used in the treatment of thyroid disorders and auto immune diseases.
Ingredients: Pure raw caraway – Caffeine-free
Benefits: Caraway tea is commonly given to infants, sweetened with sugar, especially in the evening as a nutrient, an anti-spasmodic, and carminative, to treat upset stomachs and bloating. It is also typically given to nursing women to help with lactation and is recommended for elderly people to aid with digestion.