Best Teas For Digestion System

best teas for digestion

Do you remember how it felt like when you had lazy digestive system? Our nutrition is poor and it lack nutrients. Digestive system has hard time when we eat not healthy food. especially at holidays. If you neglect digestive problems, it could turn to be worse. Bacteria in the gut will spread and you will feel without energy, tired, even exhausted.

How can you help your gut and have a healthy digestive system? I am presenting you best teas for digestion that you can implement in daily life. These teas will help you to feel better and reduce bloating.  How about a cup of tea that will flush your guts and return the energy?

Best Teas for Digestion

The best teas for digestion are those that include spices and herbs. I will present you some of them, so you can make your next step to a better digestion. It is worth mentioning that you should also eat clean, drinking teas won’t be enough, but they can make a big difference.

Anise Tea

anise teaAnise is not only a biscuit ingredient, but also as an aquatic herb which helps in many health problems. Tea from anise seeds is considered to be the best ally of digestion and is the most effective when being weak and bloated.

Anise tea is excellent in the treatment of pertussis and asthma. It also helps with catharsis of the respiratory system, as it helps with cough. It is also good with bronchitis, as it promotes mucous membranes in mucus secretion.

A small amount of anise tea will help and strengthen the stomach and intestines when you have digestive problems. Anise seeds also have a laxative effect and are among the four natural laxatives among which are asparagus, celery and parsley.

Take a half or whole teaspoon of freshly crushed seeds and pour them with a cup of boiling water (150 milliliters). Leave it covered for 10 to 15 minutes and then strain. Drink freshly-prepared tea three times a day.

Fennel Tea

fennel teaSaint Hildegard recommended fennel tea for all digestive problems. Antique doctors knew the power of fennel tea. They used it in snake and other poisons. The fennel is the main healing herb when abdominal pain, problems with digestion, tension, heartburn and gastric cramps occur.

Because it contains a lot of anethole, it acts fast. It is recommended for babies because it has a good effect on the gastrointestinal tract. The fennel prevents rot in the gut. Its effectiveness is further strengthened by combining it with gallant.

Anethole, femcon and caricol in fennel have proven to be very good antimycotics (anti-fungal), which also have antibacterial and antioxidant properties and function anti-inflammatory and pain-resistant. If you want to ease stomach problems prepare fennel tea using the anise tea recipe and replace it with fennel seeds.

Ginger Tea

ginger root teaGinger is a healer’s best friend. Ayurveda honors ginger for over 5.000 years and uses it in many formulas. It has a strong effect on digestion, lungs and circulation.

Ginger tea is one of the best teas for digestion. Ginger ingredients release the gastrointestinal tract. Thanks to them, food passes through the tract without stopping. Ginger is also extremely effective when you feel sick after eating food.

It heals the digestive tract and stimulates the agni – the power of the digestive system. Ginger tea will help you with gases, cleans the digestive tract and helps with congestion. Scientists claim that ginger has always been one of the most powerful antioxidant plant ever found.

Many health studies have also shown that it helps with heartburn, bad digestion and vomiting, and prevents sickness during the journey. It also promotes blood circulation, helps with sore throat, releases peripheral blood vessels and strengthens saliva secretion. Ginger tea helps with sore throat, menstrual pain, works well on the liver, reduces cholesterol and has antiseptic properties.

Pour a liter of water into the container. Wait until it boils, and add three tablespoons of grated ginger. Cover and cook for 10 minutes on moderate flames. Stir tea and let it cool down a bit. You can add to a honey and lemon to the warm ginger tea as well.

Dandelion Root Tea

Dandelion Root TeaDandelion root tea can be drunk when having digestive problems, as it helps with congestion. Dandelion contains vitamins A, B and C, lots of potassium and other minerals. Choline in the dandelion influences fat metabolism and the functioning of the nervous system.

Both the leaves and the root have diuretic properties thanks to the content of the bitterness. Consuming one or the other is therefore beneficial in water retention in the body, kidney disorders and bladder problems. It is also recommended for treating gallstones. According to some sources, drinking dandelion root tea should help fight the cellulite.

Boil the tea from the dried root, which helps to cleanse the liver and gastrointestinal tract. Take about one tablespoon of chopped roots and pour one deciliter of boiling water over the roots. Leave it for 10 minutes. Strain the tea and drink three cups a day before meals.

Nettle Tea

nettle teaNettle tea is also appropriate to drink when having digestive problems. This tea enhances resistance to colds, is the best blood cleanser, and stops bleeding. It increases the elimination of water from the body, relieves urinary tract diseases, helps with stagnation, and kidney inflammation. The nettle tea mitigates rheumatic diseases, inflammation of the joints and much more. Nettles contain vitamins C and K.

Make a nettle tea that stimulates the gut functioning. Pour two deciliters of boiling water over three to four teaspoons of dried and crushed leaves, cover the container, wait 10 minutes and strain. Drink three to four freshly prepared tea cups a day.

Yarrow Tea

Yarrow TeaYarrow tea can be comparable to chamomile according to its effectiveness. Yarrow flowers and leaves contain essential oils suitable for the cramp release. Yarrow tea acts anti-inflammatory and prevents the formation of the germs.

It alleviates stomach cramps and soothes inflammation. It is recommended for festive times (and before them), since it prevents inflammation in the gastrointestinal tract and stimulates the secretion of digestive juices.

This tea also relieves respiration and is suitable for inhalation. Drinking yarrow tea has a beneficial effect on the blood flow to the heart and the regulation of blood circulation. Consequently it also influences on the heart rate. Yarrow treats heart muscle impairment. Drinking tea improves our resistance to diseases so it is advisable to drink in the winter time. It works well on the urinary tract, stimulates the kidneys to excrete the urine, and does not irritate the kidneys at the same time. It helps with wetting the bed.

Tea can be prepared from flowers and from the leaves. Leave yarrow for 10 to 15 minutes in boiling water, strain and drink slowly sip by sip. Drink every two hours.

Drink Tea and Flush The Germs

Many of us have digestive problems because of unhealthy lifestyle or disease. It is well known that digestive system needs fluids to function properly. Teas are a great way to help your guts processing the food and cleanse the body.

Mentioned spice and herbs are the best teas for digestion because of the oils and other ingredients that they contain. If you have any kind of digestive problems as gasses, bloating or other issue, it is best that you consider your lifestyle. What do you do for your health? Do you eat cooked food and exercise regularly? This is important to consider, if your problems are repeating. The body will tell you when you will be overreacting with unhealthy choices so listen to it and act.

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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