Medicinal benefits of Richter herbal tea for transit

How to have a better time in the restroom. 😄

What is Ernst Richter’s herbal tea?

There are several Richter herbal teas:

  • Transit.
  • Digestion.
  • Circulation.

I am talking about the tea for transit, which is the one that has remarkable effects.

It contains:

  • Rhubarb root.
  • Liquorice root.
  • Aniseed.
  • Peppermint leaves.

It is the combination of these 4 plants that makes it an excellent tea for the bowels.

It is clear that Ernst Richter was inspired by his intuition for this mixture of plants.


When to take Richter tea?

It is a classic infusion, packaged in tea bags.

It is recommended to pour boiling water and to wait between 3 and 5 minutes.

It is preferable to take it right after dinner, to help digestion..


Ernst Richter’s herbal tea is powerful.

It is not recommended:

  • Under 15 years of age.
  • For pregnant or breastfeeding women.
  • In case of diabetes.

One cup per day is enough. It is not recommended to take some more than 15 days in a row.

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As its name suggests, it facilitates transit.

Having a healthy digestive system helps to lose weight.

Digestive properties

Richter tea has an intestinal action:

  • Laxative: rhubarb.
  • Carminative: aniseed.
  • Soothing: peppermint.
  • Antispasmodic: aniseed and licorice.
  • Stimulating: rhubarb, anise and peppermint.
  • Cleansing: rhubarb.
  • Diuretic: licorice.
  • Anti-inflammatory: licorice and rhubarb.

For which intestinal disorders?

Richter’s herbal tea has shown interesting results in case of :

  • Digestive disorders.
  • Diarrhea.
  • Abdominal pain.
  • Bloating.
  • Weakness.
  • Constipation.
  • Flatulence.
  • Crohn’s disease.


Ernst Richter’s tea helps with difficult digestion, but does not cure.

Behind digestive symptoms are emotional wounds.

To help my bowels, I can use emotional acceptance.

Anis étoilé


What are the benefits of Richter herbal tea for transit?

They are mainly digestive.

It is a miracle infusion for the intestines.

Who am I?

This post was written intuitively. My name is Geoffrey Métais, I am an intuitive advisor. Find out how you can benefit from my skills.

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