Elderflower Reflux Relief™


The Elderflower Reflux Relief™ herbal blend is a soothing and effective infusion that combines several herbs known for their heartburn relief effects and other digestive benefits. Each ingredient in the blend contributes to its ability to alleviate heartburn and promote overall digestive well-being.

The Elderflower Reflux Relief™ herbal blend is a soothing and effective infusion that combines several herbs known for their heartburn relief effects and other digestive benefits. Each ingredient in the blend contributes to its ability to alleviate heartburn and promote overall digestive well-being.

Acid reflux (heartburn) and all the symptoms and complications can be grouped into 2 basic categories, and this tea neutralises them quickly and extremely efficiently.

  1. Excessive stomach acid production:
    The tea targets excessive stomach acid production, which can lead to the abnormal function of the lower oesophagal sphincter muscle and the backflow of stomach acid into the oesophagus. Unlike certain reflux medications, this tea doesn’t alter the composition of stomach acid, instead, it reduces the amount of acid produced to a normal level. This helps lower the acid pressure on the stomach’s entrance, reducing the frequency of reflux episodes and the amount of regurgitated stomach acid.
  2. Oesophageal lining Irritation:
    The irritation caused by backflowing stomach acid is a key source of symptoms and complications. The tea creates a protective layer of resistant mucus on the oesophagal mucosa. This layer prevents refluxed stomach acid from damaging the oesophagus. Additionally, the tea’s anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties contribute to the healing of the irritated or inflamed oesophagal lining. Consistent consumption of the tea may lead to the reduction and even disappearance of symptoms over time.
  3. Coughing Relief:
    The tea can also significantly reduce the degree of coughing that often arises due to oesophageal irritation. By soothing the irritation and inflammation, the tea aids in alleviating this distressing symptom.
  4. Natural Ingredients:
    The tea is composed of natural ingredients that work together to address the root causes of reflux. These ingredients contribute to the reduction of stomach acid production and the protection of the oesophagal lining.

For anyone suffering acid reflux, taking the same blend repeatedly for months on end is not healthy, so we also have another blend that will help the body fight the symptoms. Check out the Acacia Reflux Relief™ tea blend.


  • Alleviates acid reflux symptoms.
    Catmint has calming properties that can help reduce stress-related heartburn and promote relaxation.
  • Reduces stomach acid levels.
  • Soothes and reduces inflammation in the digestive tract.
    The elderflower and marshmallow have anti-inflammatory effects that can benefit overall health and provide relief from inflammation-related issues.
  • Forms a protective layer in the oesophagus.


Elderflower | Dead Nettle | Catmint | Marshmallow

Elderflower: Offers a delicate aroma and flavour to this blend and possesses anti-inflammatory properties that help soothe and reduce inflammation in the digestive tract, which can contribute to acid reflux symptoms.

Dead Nettle: With its soothing properties, this herb helps calm the digestive system and temper acid levels in the stomach, reducing the frequency and severity of acid reflux episodes.

Catmint: Effective in reducing the symptoms of acid reflux, including heartburn, nausea, and indigestion. It is thought to work by calming the digestive system and reducing inflammation.

Marshmallow: This root is added for its ability to coat and protect the lining of the oesophagus from damage caused by stomach acid. It also helps reduce inflammation and promote healing in the digestive tract.

The Condition

The unpleasant, painful and burning sensation of reflux, as well as the ill feeling caused by heartburn, is a familiar feeling to almost all of us, however, it doesn’t matter whether the stomach acid occasionally burns our oesophagus, or chronic reflux develops, which in the long term worsens the quality of life and causes dangerous complications can cause  What can we do against reflux in this case?  What is the best defence against reflux?

Did you know that more than half of the population suffers from heartburn? Reflux is a common digestive disorder that many people struggle with every day. Those most at risk include obese people, people with respiratory diseases, pregnant women and smokers.

In order to understand what reflux is and what problems it causes, what we can do against reflux, how to eliminate the unpleasant symptoms of reflux, and how we can protect ourselves against it without pharmaceuticals. We will show how tea be used as a natural remedy against reflux. We will also demonstrate how you protect yourself against reflux by eating certain foods.  So, what kind of diet is recommended for reflux patients? What is good against reflux in general?

What is reflux?

Reflux or heartburn is a common digestive system disease affecting 10-20% of the population in developed countries. It is down to the weakness of the lower oesophagal sphincter muscles – those between the oesophagus and stomach, where the corrosive, acidic contents of the stomach (also known as refluxate) return to the lower part of the oesophagus, the upper part of the oesophagus, and even into the oral cavity (mouth), causing tissue damage and damage to the teeth.

Reflux can occasionally happen to anyone, it can be caused by, for example, bad nutrition, an upset stomach and, in many cases, stress, but we must definitely take action against long-term reflux.

What are the symptoms of reflux?

The symptoms of reflux are very characteristic: the caustic stomach contents, as it flows up the oesophagus, eat away at the mucous membrane of the oesophagus and larynx, causing an unpleasant burning sensation in the throat, from the mouth of the stomach, along the entire oesophagus, to and especially around, the throat and larynx. The pain caused by reflux can radiate upwards through the chest, neck, chin, and mouth, and it can also be felt in the right-hand rib cage towards the arms and shoulder blade – hence the name: Heartburn.

During an attack, the stomach contents are mixed with digestive juices causing a pungent taste, stimulating coughing, and may cause difficulty swallowing. In more severe cases, chest pain can also develop as a complication, which can cause pain similar to a heart attack. Reflux ‘disease’ can also be hidden behind a chronic cough, sore throat and inflammation.

Pain from reflux can occur in connection with any everyday activities or movement: reflux symptoms are especially common when bending over, lying down and while eating, especially when eating ice-cold or hot food or drink. The burning sensation usually appears a few hours after a meal, while our stomach is digesting the food we have eaten before.

Although the symptoms of reflux are typical, they often do not clearly refer to this disease: reflux can cause tight chest pain, bronchospasm, hoarseness and chronic morning and night cough, so it can be easily confused with other chest problems or respiratory diseases. It is easy to confuse heartburn around the mouth of the stomach with stomach ulcers – although reflux and stomach ulcers are two different diseases, reflux can be a precursor to duodenal ulcers and stomach ulcers. Reflux also causes a sour, acidic taste in the mouth and leads to bad breath.

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