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Bloated Stomach - 5 Types Of Tea That Will Help You Get Rid Of It

1. Chamomile tea

Chamomile tea, known for its soothing properties, helps soothe gas symptoms, upset stomach, ulcers, vomiting, nausea and diarrhea.

Preliminary studies have found chamomile drinking may fight abdominal pain and ulcers. Chamomile flowers are rich in the healthiest ingredients, such as flavonoids. When buying chamomile tea, make sure there are more flowers in the extract than the stems and leaves.

2. Ginger tea. Ginger tea provides antispasmodic action that helps prevent flatulence and regulate bowel movements. One study showed that ginger helped treat various digestive problems including - abdominal pain, nausea and flatulence.

Ginger improves intestinal motility and helps pass through the digestive tract smoothly. Be careful when brewing ginger tea. If you use fresh ginger, put one chopped spoon in a glass. If you use ginger powder, use ¼ - ½ teaspoon per cup.

3. Green tea. Drinking a cup of quality green tea every day is a great habit that helps reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease and other medical problems that cause mortality. Green tea is also good for the digestive system.

Green tea may help treat many digestive problems, including Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis associated with gas and bloating. The quality of green tea is extremely important, so try to brew your own tea instead of buying ready-made bags.

4. Mint tea

Aside from its refreshing taste, mint tea also helps relieve many digestive problems. Flavonoids found in this aromatic herbal plant can help curb the activity of mast cells, which thrive in the gut. These immune system cells can cause swelling.

Drinking mint tea can also help soothe the bowels, relieving intestinal cramps along with the pain and swelling that accompanies them. There are also peppermint oil capsules, which are most often used to treat digestive problems.

5. Turmeric tea

The active compound in curcumin, curcumin, boasts disease-fighting properties. Turmeric tea is an excellent source of antioxidants, which help relieve inflammation, indigestion and lower the risk of digestive problems.

Whilpe this tea is not as aromatic or delicious as mint tea or green tea, a cup of it after a meal may help reduce swelling and improve your overall health. Make sure you drink turmeric tea in moderation.

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