5 Herbal Teas That Aid in Digestion

Ayurveda is the pandora box of many rare and effective remedies. From boosting your immunity to treating many life-threatening diseases, Аyurveda very accurately defines an illness’s process, long before the manifestation of any evident symptoms. 

Ayurveda places significant stress on herbal teas to deal with many health problems. The miraculous properties of some herbal teas can help in a variety of ailments including combating anxiety, relieving ache & pain, curing insomnia, and improving digestion, to name a few benefits.

Modern science also supports the evidence of the medical benefits of traditional herbal teas, as well as some new ones.

If you are looking to brew away your digestive imbalances, here are 5 herbal teas you may want to try after reading this article:


  • Chamomile


Conventionally known to restore calmness of the mind, Chamomile tea is frequently used as a sleep aid. But as unknown to many people, chamomile tea also possesses antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and liver-protecting properties. More in-depth research by PubMed Central has suggested that chamomile may help fight diarrhea and stomach ulcers.


  • Ginger Tea


Ginger tea is not only spicy and flavorful, but it also contains immunity-boosting antioxidants.
Apart from combating inflammation, Ginger tea can help you deal with nausea, especially in early pregnancy.
Ginger is also supposed to help prevent stomach ulcers and relieve indigestion or constipation.


  • Licorice Roots


Licorice root has proven to be effective in preventing and treating ulcers by boosting the production of mucin compound that forms a stomach lining to protect the stomach from excess stomach acid.


  • Peppermint 


Peppermint tea is known to decrease inflammation with this tingly taste and fresh aroma. Upset stomach, bloating and gas can cause a great deal of unrest and stomach pain which can be tackled by consuming peppermint tea in moderation. Peppermint tea also boasts antibacterial and immunity-boosting properties.


  • Senna Tea


Senna tea is made from the senna plant known by the botanical name Cassia AngustifoliaThis tea is rich in sennosides compounds that boost contractions in the intestines and stimulate bowel movements.

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