5 Teas we Love for the Gut

Chamomile Tea
Calming, it soothes upset stomachs and can assist in the relaxation of the muscles and lining of the intestines. Support people suffering from poor digestion or irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). It is a great remedy for constipation and assisting with evacuating the bowl, as it can soften the waste and help the bowl wall to relax.

Dandelion Tea
Detoxifies the body, regulate digestion, supports liver function. Is high in inulin, a type of carbohydrate that supports healthy gut flora.  We are unable to digest inulin, it passes to the colon where it ferments and feeds the healthy bacteria.

Ginger Tea
Ginger tea’s heating qualities make it useful for treating, digestive issues because it improves all three phases of gastrointestinal function (digestion, absorption, and elimination). Ideal to have before a meal or in the morning.

Kawakawa Tea
Reduces inflammation and irritation, cramping, spasm, bloating and digestive pain, useful for inflammatory conditions of the digestive tract.

Lemongrass
Good for digestion, soothe your stomach and keeps your digestive functions in check. It contains a component called citral that helps to digest food. ideal to have after dinner.

 

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