Teas for Digestion
Ease Your Stomach with Tea
Teas for digestion are the teas that can help you cope with issues along the whole of your digestive tract.
Feeling bloated? Having stomach pains?
Sometimes herbal teas can be a simple and natural solution that is milder for your system and simpler to incorporate in your daily routine.
A warm cup of tea brings comfort to your stomach and overall feeling of wellbeing.
The Best Teas for Digestion
There are herbal infusions for digestion that act on many levels: some act on the stomach, some act on the intestinal tract and some begin to act on your mouth as soon as the food enters it.
Agrimony tea – digestive tonic that helps to cleanse your whole system, treating indigestion and intestinal problems.
Anise tea – this sweet spice makes a great tea for settling your stomach and improving your digestion. Sweetens your breath as an added bonus.
Artichoke tea – great tea for poor digestion, soothing and healing your feelings of stomach and intestinal discomfort.
Dill tea – that everyday seasoning herb that improves the overall digestive process, relieving heartburn and acid indigestion.
Fennel tea – best known for its ability to regulate your digestive system, relieving feelings of constipation and bloating and calming an irritated stomach.
Flax tea – this is a great laxative tea that provides intestinal cleansing, when you feel bloated and constipated.
Ginger tea – wonderful tea that will warm you all over. It stimulates your metabolism, improving your digestion, helping to get rid of fats and also calm feelings of nausea.
Lemongrass tea – this tea will make you feel alright when you are feeling stuffed. It is even great for kids with stomach problems.
Papaya tea – this tea helps with your indigestion problems, especially when you suffer from excessive acid reflux. At the same time it helps with weight control through healthy effective elimination process.
Peppermint tea – this is the tea to drink when you feel nausea and are suffering from stomach pains and horrible cramps.
Senna tea – this is a powerful laxative tea that will help you deal with painful constipation.
Slippery elm tea – a must-have tea when you are suffering from stomach inflammation. It rids the body of harmful toxins and shields the stomach from further disease.
Other Herbal Digestive Teas
Other teas that soothe your digestive tract and help reduce the pain you feel and let live a better and more comfortable life. Consider blending these teas for a new variety of flavors and benefits.
For stimulating the appetite: blessed thistle, saw palmetto.
For stomach disorders:
alfalfa, bitter orange, calendula,
dandelion, dong quai,
fenugreek, feverfew, hops, lemon verbena,
licorice, meadowsweet, plantain,
sage, spearmint, yarrow, yerba mate.
For healthy gums: horsetail, raspberry,
thyme, vervain, white oak bark.
For intestinal health: bilberry, burdock, calendula,
echinacea, feverfew, flax, hops,
horehound, lavender, marshmallow, pau d’arco, raspberry ,
thyme, wild yam
aloe vera, cascara sagrada,
cinnamon, yellow dock
For ulcers: goldenseal, horsetail, licorice
Tips for a Healthier Digestion
A good herbal tea may bring relief when you are in digestive distress, but it is always best to prevent the problem rather than to have to cure it, particularly when it is a painful one.
Here are a few suggestions to make your days easier and each meal a pleasure.
If you suffer from recurring indigestion and stomach pains, keep track of what you eat in a journal. It is important to pinpoint what foods are giving you trouble.
Allergies to food are not that uncommon and may reveal themselves through stomach or intestinal cramps or even a weird sense of itching in your mouth or a burn sensation on your tongue.
Eat at the appropriate times and learn to understand when you are full. This may spare you some nasty stomach aches, but also has the added bonus of being a natural and healthy way of losing excess weight and keeping you fit and slim.
Respect the recommendations as to when you should drink your herbal teas for digestion: some may be drunk between meals rather than with or right after them.
Make drinking a cup of herbal tea a part of your day. Finding a moment of quiet and peace to enjoy your tea may do a lot of good to your whole digestive system.
Be healthy and drink great teas for digestion!
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