Some herbal teas are very useful for digestion and normal intestinal function. Of course, no tea can cure a disease, should not replace treatment, and does not compensate for bad habits. But to maintain digestion and a feeling of comfort in the stomach it is useful to drink tea from medicinal plants occasionally.
Chamomile is used in folk medicine for many purposes, including maintaining intestinal health. Chamomile tea stimulates the secretion of digestive enzymes, so that food is better digested. Such a drink relieves feelings of heaviness and bloating in the stomach.
Calendula tea is a natural pain reliever, sedative and antispasmodic. Calendula drink relieves stomach pain, calms spasms, and is beneficial to the mucous surfaces of the stomach. Studies show that regular consumption of calendula tea reduces the risk of digestive disease.
Plantain leaf drink is advised for stomach ailments such as ulcers and gastritis. This plant is known for its wound-healing and anti-inflammatory properties, and it stimulates intestinal peristalsis.
Healing wormwood is very useful in the treatment of gastritis, ulcers, and chronic constipation, and healthy intestines will not hurt either. This herb heals wounds, improves digestion, and has an analgesic and laxative effect. Take a decoction of wormwood 100 ml warm before meals.
Decoction of yarrow heals internal wounds and bleeding. It is a good helper for chronic stomach diseases. It has astringent, antispasmodic, and antibacterial properties. Licorice has no effect on the acidity of the stomach.
The tannins and beneficial acids in licorice relieve inflammation of the intestinal mucosa and heal ulcers, as well as strengthen the capillary walls in the digestive tract. Licorice improves metabolism. It has laxative properties, so it can not be taken with diarrhea.