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    • cal29-August-2022 adminKajal Tharwani

      10 Types Of Herbal Tea For Better Digestion

    • A cup of tea can solve all your problems only if you choose the right one! Whether tired, exhausted or sick, chai is the favourite drink of Indians; chai is a favourite solution of Indians. It helps to feel fresh and active. But do you know that the right cup of tea makes you feel energetic and helps curb your digestive issues? 

      Several types of teas are available to help you with various body issues. However, herbal tea prepared with the conventional method works far better. You can brew a few herbs and make herbal tea to overcome digestive problems. 

      Table Of Contents

      1. How Does Herbal Tea Curbs  Digestion? 

      2. 10 Herbal Teas For Digestion 

      3. The Final Say

      4. FAQs 

      How Does Herbal Tea Curbs Digestion? 

      Herbal tea helps to curb digestion in broadly two ways: 

      1. Consumption of herbal tea keeps your body well hydrated. A hydrated body maintains the system's regularity and lowers the onset of constipation. It also helps to pass stools smoothly. 

      2. Some herbal teas contain specific ingredients like polyphenols, herbal compounds and antioxidants, which help your digestive enzymes work better. Polyphenols in tea work as probiotics, promote gut bacteria health and improve digestion. 

      10 Herbal Teas For Digestion

      Here is the list of herbal teas to curb your digestive issues:

      1. Peppermint Tea 

      The cooling and soothing flavour of peppermint tea help to relieve acidity and upset stomach. Moreover, the research shows that menthol, a compound in peppermint, improves digestive issues. 

      You can use peppermint tea bags and make tea by soaking it in warm water for 5-20 minutes, or you can boil the peppermint tea. It will help you to overcome disturbed digestion.

      2. Ginger Tea 

      Ginger is used worldwide to improve digestion and gastric troubles. It also helps to relieve bloating and cramps during menstruation. Moreover, a  large study revealed that taking 1.5 grams of ginger daily reduced nausea and vomiting caused by pregnancy, chemotherapy and motion sickness. 

      To make ginger tea, grate ginger in water and boil for 10-15 minutes and strain the water and drain. You can also use ginger tea bags. 

      3. Chamomile Tea 

      Chamomile is lightly soothing and sweet in flavour. It is suitable to reduce acidity, gastrointestinal health, bloating and gas. 

      Moreover, it is also great for sleep disorders and insomnia. You can use herbal chamomile tea bags, which are available in the market easily. 

      4. Green Tea 

      Green tea helps to aid digestion due to the presence of antioxidants, catechins and polyphenols, which helps to lower indigestion symptoms and gastrointestinal and cardiovascular issues. It is easy to digest, soothes the stomach, and relieves bloating and acidity. 

      5. Cinnamon Tea 

      Egyptians and Chinese have used cinnamon tea for decades due to its anti-inflammatory properties. It helps to curb cramps, diarrhoea, bloating, gas and intestinal spasms. 

      Cinnamon tea is excellent for inducing menstruation flow and reducing cramps. To make tea, soak cinnamon stick in water for a night and boil it in water the next day. Sieve and drink! 

      6. Black Tea 

      Black tea has prebiotic properties, which help in digestion. You can drink black tea by adding other herbs like cinnamon, ginger and lemon grass. Researchers say it may impact fat and complex sugar digestion and absorption, which supports healthy weight management. 

      7. Oolong Tea 

      Oolong tea is in between green and black tea. The tea is less oxidised as compared to black tea. It provides theaflavins and catechins, curbing digestive issues and gastric troubles. 

      8. Carom Seed Tea (Ajwain)

      Carom seed tea is an excellent option for gastric troubles, bloating and acidity. Moreover, a  few studies have shown that carom seed extracts may combat peptic ulcers, which are sores of the oesophagus, stomach and small intestine. 

      You can make carom seed tea by soaking the seeds overnight in water and boiling the water the following day for 5-10 minutes. It will make you fresh and active. 

      9. Turmeric Tea 

      Turmeric contains anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties and has been used for thousands of years in Ayurveda. Also, it helps to prevent the chances of colitis and IBS (irritable bowel syndrome).  

      To make turmeric tea, you need to add a bit of turmeric powder or fresh turmeric in warm water and let it stay for a few minutes. Then, your turmeric tea is ready!  

      10. Fennel Tea 

      Fennel has cooling properties, which relieve acidity, bloating, and gastric trouble, improving digestion. Moreover, it can be eaten cooked, raw or soaked in the form of mouth fresher. 

      You can make fennel tea by soaking fennel overnight in a glass and boiling it the following day for 10 minutes. Then, you can sieve the water and drink freshly made tea. 

      The Final Say

      Now you must have understood the importance of digestive teas for better digestion. Drinking 3-4 cups of tea is excellent for digestion and improving gut health. Moreover, herbal teas boost immunity, assist in weight management and keep digestion smooth and the stomach happy. 

      FAQs 

      1. Which teas are great for digestion? 

      Tea like ginger, liquorice, and black coffee helps to promote many health benefits and aid digestion. 

      2. Is digestive tea good for pregnancy? 

      Pregnant women should consume some common teas like green tea and black tea.

      3. Does tea speed up digestion? 

      Yes, some properties in ginger and peppermint boost immunity and may speed up digestion.

      4. Does digestive tea help with weight loss?

      Some tea, like green tea, contains catechins and flavonoids that boost metabolism, help break fats in the body, and encourages weight loss.

      5. How long does tea take to digest in the stomach?

      Regular herbal tea (digestive tea) takes 20 to 40 minutes to digest.

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