26 Nov '14, 1am

Stuffed? Ease your digestion with these herbal teas:

All mint teas aid digestion (particularly digestion of fats and beans) and relieve nausea, especially nausea due to motion sickness. Some also use mint for IBS, diverticulitis, diarrhea and gas, but it is not recommended for use with acid reflux. Mint teas are made with the sprigs / leaves of peppermint, spearmint, basil and other mint plants. Peppermint (Mentha ×piperita) is generally the most potent of these for relieving digestive issues. To make mint tea at home, you can use one of these mint tea recipes or use three teaspoons fresh leaves / one teaspoon dried leaves per cup freshly boiled water. Steep for five to ten minutes, or to taste. Add lemon, sugar or honey to taste. Mint also goes well with other flavors and ingredients, such as chocolate (cacao nibs), apple (juice or infused from dried bits), ginger (infused as dried root or fresh, grated root), lemon balm (i...

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