What To Drink For Heartburn Relief And Quiet Stomach?

What To Drink For Heartburn Relief

What to drink for heartburn relief? Heartburn is the return of gastric contents to the esophagus. The stomach secretes the gastric acid involved in food digestion. It occurs due to various causes, such as too grassy and spiced food, too much alcohol, sweets or nicotine, and stress. In these cases the amount of excreted stomach acid can be increased, which you can feel as burning pain in the stomach area.

The disease is very common according to the World Health Organization’s research. Half of the world’s population suffers from heartburn at least once a week. The most common symptoms of heartburn are the burning sensation of the thorax that spreads towards the throat and the sour or bitter taste in the back of the throat. It occurs as a result of a loose muscle that connects the esophagus and stomach.

What to Drink For Heartburn Relief?

We will focus on teas of course. Teas are a home remedy for 1001 health problem. This is why I write about teas so passionately. I am presenting you types of teas that are more bitter than others and work on digestion and gastrointestinal tract. These teas will help you to eliminate heartburn naturally.

Yarrow Tea

yarrowYarrow tea is a powerful tea can help you with heartburn. This is gastric tea, which promotes the function of the liver and gallbladder, and generally has a beneficial effect on metabolism in addition to its beneficial effects on stomach problems.

Yarrow is a diaphoretic, antipyretic, anti-fever agent, spasmolytic, diuretic, water secretion agent and sedative and hypnotic. Because of the essential oils and other substances that it contains, common yarrow is often used in folk medicine, most often for alleviation of inflammation, digestive problems, excessive sweating, and stopping the bleeding.

Make a cup of yarrow tea. Flowers, leaves and stems can be used to make this healing tea. You can use fresh or dried herbs. Because yarrow tea has a bitter taste (as centaury plant), it can be sweetened with honey but it is better to drank it without any sweetener. If you want to add vitamin C, you can also squeeze some drops of lemon juice into the tea.

Chamomile Tea

ChamomileChamomile tea reduces acidity in the stomach and helps to eliminate heartburn. Chamomile tea will soothe the irritated stomach, as it will release the tension in the muscles. In addition, chamomile tea can help you with many digestive problems, including even the irritable bowel symptoms.

For preparation of this tea you will need to take a small amount of dry chamomiles and pour boiling water over them. Strain the tea and drink. Don’t drink more than 3 cups for2-3 weeks.

Centaury Tea

CentauryThe medicinal herb of centaury isn’t only excellent against anemia, iron deficiency and stimulation of metabolism, but it is also useful for relieving gastric problems, bloating, cramping, liver problems, blood pressure control, respiratory treatment, jaundice treatment, compaction of high body temperature. Last but not least, it helps with diabetes disease.

You can make various homeopathic preparations for the liver treatment and bile problems from centaury herb. It is also added to a various liqueurs. If you have heartburn, prepare a tea from dried parts of the plant. Simply pour 3 deciliters of boiling water on two teaspoons of dry plant, and wait 10 minutes before you drink the tea.

Wormwood Tea

WormwoodWhat to drink for heartburn relief? Wormwood tea is recommended for anyone who has problems with appetite deficiency or abdominal problems (such as lack of stomach acid and hypocidal gastritis). The tea from the wormwood is consumed half an hour before the meal in the absence of appetite, and after a meal when the digestive problems occur.

Take one teaspoon of wormwood plant (about 1.5 g) and pour it with a cup (150 mL) of boiling water. Leave it covered for 15 minutes and then strain the tea. You can sweeten it with honey (the exception is in the treatment of digestive organs). Take this tea up to three times a day, but only for a week; then it is necessary to stop for a week. If problems persist, the consumption of wormwood tea can be continued.

Do you use Sodium Bicarbonate?

Sodium bicarbonate is very basic and neutralizes gastric acid. Place half a teaspoon of baking soda in a cup of warm water and then add a few drops of lemon juice to it. Be careful, as only a combination of both will work for you. Sodium bicarbonate in contact with stomach acid may produce gases, while lemons will decompose them at the same time.

Sodium bicarbonate was the main agent prescribed for the neutralization of gastric acid due to antacid effects for years and years. As you already know excessive gastric acid is a common cause of heartburn, digestive disorders, and similar health conditions.

Also consider your lifestyle and think about what and how you eat, drink and handle stress situations. If you are concerned about heartburn talk to your doctor who will help you to solve the problem regarding your current condition.

Vania Pinteric
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My name is Vania Pinteric and I am a tea lover who has a passion for drinking and exploring different kinds of teas. Today my partner and I are big tea lovers who doesn’t miss a day without at least one cup of tea. My tea passion grew day by day, so I decided to inspire people to get to know the aromatic world of teas.

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