From indigestion to nausea, this tea will help sooth your stomach.
Mint - Digestive Health, Helps Ease Nausea
Fennel - may improve digestive health
Elderflower - a rich source of antioxidants which reduce inflammation
Linden - As an aromatic herb that is also anti-spasmodic linden can be used for indigestion or even stagnant digestion. It is especially useful for those high strung, type A people with a red face, hot skin and a boisterous demeanor who have trouble digesting foods due to excitement or stress.
As a mild astringent linden can be used for diarrhea, especially diarrhea accompanied by cramping and other painful digestive symptoms.
Ginger - Consuming ginger daily is an effective way to improve your digestive health. It is traditionally used for issues linked to digestion such as gas, bloating, constipation, upset stomach, nausea, vomiting, morning sickness and headaches.
Chamomile - A strongly brewed cup of chamomile tea provides this bitter taste, thus promoting healthy digestion. Chamomile can be especially beneficial for people with a “nervous stomach” as it both calms and soothes while stimulating digestive function. It can also be used by people with digestive inflammation.
Furthering helping with digestion are chamomile aromatic qualities which break up stagnant digestion. Ever had stagnant digestion? It's characterized by bloating and the feeling that there's a bowling ball in your stomach.
Lemon balm - As a mild spasmodic it can help relieve tension headaches, back pain and other mild pain due to tension. As an aromatic and carminative herb it can relieve stagnant digestion, ease abdominal cramping, and promote the digestive process in general.
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