Take a teaspoon in a cup and add hot water.
Wait 1-2 minutes, strain & enjoy.
Take 1.5 tablespoons, add one-liter hot water, and keep covered overnight.
In the morning, strain, bottle, and refrigerate. This can be enjoyed hot or cold for the next 3-5 days.
It is a potent source of dietary fiber and beneficial bioactive compounds. It is naturally antibacterial and boosts gut and heart health. Marshmallow is a natural mucilage, which means it acts like soft fiber and swells up when it comes in contact with water. This quality makes the root form a protective coating around membranes. The root contains flavonoids and antioxidants, pectin (a type of fiber), amino acids like asparagine, and other compounds like coumarin, phenolic acids, tannins, and
quercetin (antiviral and antibacterial substances). Given its high mucilage content, it reduces inflammation of the stomach lining and even heals stomach ulcers. It creates a protective lining in the digestive tract, thereby treating the leaky gut syndrome
coats and soothes the mouth, throat, stomach, and intestines. It also contains antioxidants that help relieve inflammatory bowel conditions.
It may act as a mild laxative and has been used to improve digestion. It may help improve liver and gallbladder function.
helps with digestion by reducing inflammation in the bowels and decreasing bacteria that cause gassiness.
has prebiotic properties. Consuming them regularly may help restore the balance of bacteria in your gut, support digestive health and alleviate digestive issues.
has been used for thousands of years to help with digestion. The most researched property of cardamom, as it pertains to relieving stomach issues, is its possible ability to heal ulcers
have antimicrobial properties that help kill unwanted bacteria in the gut.
One of the most common traditional uses of rose tea is to treat stomach issues. Modern research suggests that this may be due to rose tea's ability to increase our liver's bile production. This helps your body digest food easier, prevents constipation, and can improve nutrient absorption
Consuming lavender as a tea can help digestive issues such as vomiting, nausea, intestinal gas, upset stomach, and abdominal swelling.
is also an effective but gentle natural laxative and diuretic, helping to support regular bowel movements. Together with its high
fiber content (around 33%) which supports the production of healthy gut bacteria, hibiscus can help your digestive system to thrive.