Digestive teas are my go-to handy teas, that I love to sip after my meals! Not only are they very soothing but helpful in easing digestion, and providing mental relaxation. And the cost for this easy digestion and mental fixation is nothing but handful of the most easily accessible ingredients of the kitchen and 2-5 minutes of time.
Trust me, if you got digestive problems, this is the tea you need to try!
- Helps in lowering blood sugar levels.
- Helps in soothing sore muscles.
- Eases digestion and relieves constipation.
- Helps in lowering cholesterol levels.
- Helps in reducing inflammation.
- Improves brain health.
- Helps fight against depression.
|Organic turmeric powder
|Lemon juice/ Apple cider vinegar
- Take a pan, and add a cup of water to it.
- Keep it on flame to boil.
- In a pestle and mortar, add ginger, clove, black pepper, and grind it.
- In glass, add jaggery, turmeric, and pink salt.
- Add boiled water to the glass and bit of it to the pestle and mortar.
- Transfer the material from pestle and mortar to the glass as well.
- Cover it with a lid to let the ingredients infuse well.
- Top it off with lemon juice.
- Strain the tea into another glass with the help of a sieve, and enjoy.
- Turmeric is rich in a versatile compound “curcumin”, which is an anti-inflammatory compound. Along with that, it is also rich in vitamin C, B6, and plenty of antioxidants. And due to its amazing anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties, it soothes the process of digestion.
- Black pepper is a good source of manganese, and moreover black pepper is known to enhance the absorption of the anti-inflammatory compound curcumin. Your stomach’s hydrochloric acid can be stimulated by black pepper to help you better digest and absorb the food you eat. Additionally, it possesses carminative qualities that aid in easing discomfort and gas build up in your intestines.
- Clove is an excellent source of vitamin K, potassium, and beta-carotene. By promoting enzyme secretion and increasing digestive motility, cloves enhance digestion. The best uses for cloves are to relieve nausea, dyspepsia, flatulence, and gastric irritation.
- Ginger is jam-packed with the goodness of vitamin C, magnesium, and potassium. Ginger is a traditional folk remedy for nausea and upset stomach. There is proof that it benefits by facilitating saliva production and digestion.
- Jaggery is rich in vitamin B, C, potassium, copper, iron, and magnesium. Due to its laxative effects, it avoids constipation and stimulates digestive enzymes. Because jaggery has an Usha (hot) quality, eating it every day after meals is said to assist digestion.
- Rock salt is rich in vitamin K. For digestive issues including constipation, heartburn, bloating, stomach pain, etc., rock salt is a great natural cure. Minerals and vitamins included in rock salt aid to improve digestion, encourage bowel movements, and remove toxins from the colon. Additionally, it aids in reducing appetite loss.
- Lemons are an incredible source of vitamin C, dietary fiber, and citric acid. Lemon juice contains citric acid, which has been demonstrated to increase gastric acid production. Gastric acid secretion is a digestive fluid produced in the stomach that enables your body to break down and digest food.