9 Teas That Can Improve Digestion

in Hindraj

Can tea help with digestion? I was asked this many times, and my answer remains the same – yes it does. The right tea can help ease symptoms related to digestive issues and various natural teas have been used for the same for centuries. 

A cup of herbal tea is perfect to soothe your stomach and improve digestion after a meal. Additionally, it helps you relax and unwind, and is the best alternative to coffee. Though some of these teas have caffeine, these can be had in the morning and avoided in the evening before bedtime. 

Use of Tea to Boost Digestion in History

If you are wondering if sipping tea for digestion is a new trend, you might be mistaken. The use of herbal teas to ease digestion was seen centuries ago. Turning to tea after meals was a very common culture during ancient times. The same can be seen in China where the popular Pu-erh tea was served after lunch to encourage easy digestion and weight loss. Even in Morocco, there was a family culture where mint tea was consumed after meals every day. Drinking tea to improve digestion was indeed a tested remedy and was followed for ages around the globe. 

Here are the best teas that can help you improve digestion.

Peppermint Tea

Peppermint tea is the best tea for digestion after eating. The tea is an excellent digestive aid, good for upset stomach, and has a very refreshing aroma and taste. 

The peppermint oil found in these leaves is known to have an analgesic effect. This aids in good bowel health, and can also help relieve gastrointestinal tract spasms and pains. A cup of peppermint tea is also proved to be useful for stomach aches, acidity, and diarrhea. 

Ginger Tea

You must have already guessed that this would make this list. Ginger tea has amazing health benefits and is known to be the best tea for digestion and gas. The herbal tea eases gas and bloating, soothes an upset stomach, and is great for indigestion too. 

The use of roots works by stimulating the muscles in the intestines and enhancing digestive mobility. Thanks to this, it gets easy for the body to break down and move the food you eat through the digestive tract. 

Hindraj Tea brings to you the best of ginger and peppermint with its Peppermint tea, which also has herbs like tulsi, lemongrass, and Garcinia Cambogia. This is what makes it the best tea for digestion and weight loss. 

Chamomile Tea

Gaining popularity around the world as a very gentle, aromatic, and soothing tea, chamomile tea not only helps you get amazing sleep at night but improves gut health as well. As the tea has relaxing properties, it relaxes the muscle and the senses and can help reduce inflammation and symptoms related to it. It also soothes the stomach lining and can reduce cramps, pain, and diarrhea. The benefits of this tea do not stop here. It is also perfect for those suffering from acid reflux as it lowers pepsin production. 

Black Tea

There was quite research done on black tea and it suggests that a cup of this flavorsome tea can help you lose weight, and fight those digestion issues with ease. Black tea impact the sugar and fat digestion in the body, supporting weight management.

The digestive support of the black tea is due to the presence of an antioxidant polyphenol called theaflavins which are found only in black tea. Assam Black Tea from Hindraj is one such black tea that is loaded with amazing health benefits and is the hot favorite of all our customers. 

Cinnamon Tea

Cinnamon Tea was used for centuries as a part of traditional medicine. If you are unable to get cinnamon tea, you can always have a tea-like Masala Chai that has cinnamon as an ingredient. 

Cinnamon is known for its anti-inflammatory properties and provides quite a relief from cramps, stomach cramps, gas, indigestion, and nausea. Pure cinnamon tea does not have caffeine, but if you wish to have a little energy boost after lunch, you can try teas like Masala Chai which has the goodness of cloves, ginger, cinnamon, and cardamom. 

Green Tea

A classic green tea does a lot of good than you can ever imagine. Imagine if black tea can do wonders for your gut health, what can a cup of green tea do. Green tea is known to have a unique kind of antioxidant called catechins. These lower the starch absorption from the food, and aid in good digestion. This in turn boosts your metabolism and helps with weight management.

Experts have also suggested that 2 cups of Green Tea every day can help you maintain a healthy weight. 

Hibiscus Tea

If you wish to take a break from the breakfast teas and are ready to try herbal tea with a tart flavor, Hibiscus tea is a must-try. The tea can be both hot and cold and can be converted into your favorite cocktail as well. Hibiscus tea keeps food cravings away and helps to a great extent with digestion.

Hibiscus tea when had without any additional sweeteners acts as an amazing diuretic where both excess amounts of salts and water are flushed off from the body via urine. It was used for ages to improve digestion by regulating bowel movements. It can also reduce constipation, and is hence good for the gastrointestinal system. 

Desi Kahwa 

A cup of Desi Kahwa tea every day in the morning is the right way to prepare your body for good digestion the whole day. The tea is enriched with various herbs and spices and works like a charm during the winters. Desi Kahwa also helps relieve symptoms of constipation, cleans the tummy, and improves metabolism as well. 

Masala Chai

If you are a tea lover, you would love the Masala Chai from Hindraj. And, you cannot stop yourself from trying it after you know the benefits it offers. Masala Chai has some of the best herbs and spices like tulsi, cardamom, cinnamon, ginger, and more, and all of these help with the digestion process. This is a perfect morning tea that helps you kick start your day the right way, leaving you calm and refreshed the whole day. 

Final Thoughts

We believe that there is no right or wrong way to include these special teas in your everyday routine. Some of these teas help improve gut health and boost your immune system naturally. 

So, which of these teas are you ready to try? Let us know via a comment.