‘Don’t eat junk food’, ‘Don’t drink carbonated beverages’, ‘Told you do not eat outside, but you’ll never listen, ‘Drink plenty of water and eat green vegetables’.
Do ‘stomach problems’ find your ‘tummy’ to be their safest ‘sanctuary’? If your answer is ‘Yes’, then probably you are used to hearing all the above mentioned preaching from every person who knows and cares about you. And, even after sticking to all the good advice given by your loved ones, nothing seems like actually working. Is it? Well, when it comes to stomach related issues, the advice you get is more or less like a gamble. Sometimes and for some people, the solutions work, while for some, the stomach problems are as stubborn as the stain of ketchup on a white shirt, which goes, but still doesn't go.
For all those people ‘the strugglers’ who like to have tea all throughout the day and also have to fight indigestion and other stomach issues at the same time, reading this blog might help. However, one of the most important pieces of advice is – try to avoid adding milk to your cup, as much as possible and bank upon herbal and organic teas for good reasons. Here are some of the most popular tea blends for you that can help you cure indigestion –
Green Tea – It has become quite popular these days because of the health benefits it brings along. Green Tea it with its huge bundle of antioxidants as well as polyphenols helps in increasing the metabolism, killing cancerous cells and boosting memory.
Peppermint Tea – According to a research conducted at the University of Maryland, it has been found that the oil content in peppermint helps in stimulating the gallbladder to make and flush bile juices. These juices help the body to digest fat easily. Apart from that, peppermint tea also helps with indigestion, stomach upset, bloating and flatulence. This tea is also good for people with Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
Ginger Tea – Ginger is an age old remedy to shoo away bloating. And, needless to mention, the benefits also get poured into your cup, when you have it as a tea.
Fennel tea – Fully grown fennel seeds are good whether you cook food with them or drink as tea. According to many researches, it has been found that fennel seeds can help with not one, but many digestive issues like – loss of appetite, heartburn, colic in babies, bloating, etc,
Not all tea brands advocating themselves as ‘organic’, ‘herbal’ or ‘natural’ are good. Therefore, it becomes very important to select a brand carefully. However, Goodwyn Tea is all about purity and trust. So, you can rely on the products they come with.