Nausea Tea Blend
Nausea Tea Blend
Having stomach issues? Well this is the tea for you!
Green Tea: contains high levels of polyphenols (a dose of 50 to 150 milligrams to be exact), which are the micronutrients we get from plants that help treat certain digestive issues. It was historically used as a natural remedy for diarrhea and infection from Helicobacter pylori, a strain of bacteria that can cause stomach pain, nausea, and bloating. It may relive as well.
Black Tea: can help to relieve an upset stomach and diarrhea thanks to the presence of tannins, which have an astringent effect on the lining of the intestines. Diarrhea occurs when the intestinal lining is inflamed and black tea reduces this inflammation to help get your digestive system back on track.
Rosemary: the oils in rosemary are very beneficial for the digestive tract. Rosemary can soothe heartburn and ease intestinal gas and bloating. This is because rosemary is an anti-inflammatory, and inflammation is a common cause of an upset stomach.
Peppermint: has been an integral part of alternative medicine for centuries. The leaves help to alleviate pain associated with menstrual cramps and nausea — it's one of the best teas to settle your stomach.
Chamomile: reduces abdominal gas, which alleviates sensations of pain caused by stomach cramps. This tea also contains anti-inflammatory properties that can help soothe stomach conditions including irritable bowel syndrome.
Lemon Balm: may help upset stomach, bloating, intestinal gas (flatulence), vomiting, and colic. It is also used for pain, including menstrual cramps, headache and toothache.
Turmeric Ginger: studies have found that ginger and turmeric can have powerful effects on nausea, pain, inflammation, and immune function.
Lemon: Hydrochloric acid is responsible for digestion. When you drink lemon tea, hydrochloric acid levels in your body increase, which improves digestion and helps cure stomach pain.
Don't forget to get a tea infuser!