Digestive Aid Herbal Teas

  Digestive Aid Herbal Teas

Here are some herbal teas known for their digestive qualities. Explore with single herbal teas and be inspired by making herbal tea blends. The purpose of a digestive tea is to act as a digestive aid and stomach tonic. These teas are known for settling the digestive system, relieving flatulence and reducing the discomfort of many digestive related disorders.

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Cardamom

(Elattaria cardamomum)
Cardamom

Smash up 2 - 3 cardamom seed pods with a pestle and mortar, add to one cup of hot water and set on heat for 10 minutes.

 

Tea benefits... Digestive, Men, Tastes Good
 

Cinnamon

(Cinnamon zeylanicum)
Cinnamon

Cinnamon bark can be broken up in a pestle and mortar, and used in beverages. Add ½ to 2 teaspoons of powdered cinnamon or broken up pices of bark, to 1 cup of boiling water, steep for 10 -15 mins. To make an Indian Chai Tea with black tea, cinnamom, cardamom, ginger, fennel seeds, vanilla and milk.

 

Tea benefits... Aphrodisiacs, De-Stress, Digestive, Get Well, Men, Tastes Good, Women
 

Hawthorn Berries

(Crataegus laevigata)

1 teaspoon of berries in water. Set in pan over heat for 15 minutes to make a decoction.

 

Tea benefits... Digestive
 

Lemon Peel

(Citrus Limonum)

1-2 teaspoons of loose peel in one cup of hot water, steep for 10 - 15 minutes.

 

Tea benefits... Blues, Children, Digestive, Tastes Good, Women
 

Meadowsweet

(Filipendula ulmaria)

1-2 teaspoons of loose herb in one cup of hot water, steep for 10 - 15 minutes.

 

Tea benefits... Digestive
 

Nettle

(Urtica dioica)

The Nettle Root & Nettle leaf Tea has proven to be very useful for both men and women. 

Nettle leaf Tea has a detoxifying action and can also help with Osteoarthritis.

For men who might suffer from an enlarged prostate, Nettle Root Tea inhibits testosterone binding with glycoprotein which can tend to inflame the prostate. The chemical that is responsible for this in the Nettle root is thought to be bioactive lignans.

Nettles have been used throughout history as a food, clothe dye, rope and a medicine. The oldest known recorded use of Nettle was in Denmark where Bronze Age shrouds were found made from Nettle fibre.

 

Tea benefits... De-Stress, Detox, Digestive, Get Well, Men, Menopause, Women
 

Tulsi (Holy Basil)

(Ocimum tenuiflorum)
Tulsi

Tulsi, also known as Holy Basil, has a long history in India for being a tea that has the ability to put the world right. It soothes digestion, relaxes, rebalances and relieves stress.

Tea benefits... De-Stress, Digestive, Get Well, Peace and Wellbeing