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Discover 5 Natural Tea Infusions That Can Alleviate Bloating

Explore how various herbal teas promote digestive health, enhance regularity, and provide protection against conditions associated with bloating.

Experiencing occasional discomfort and bloating in the abdominal area is a common concern among millions of people every day. Various factors such as food intolerances, gas accumulation, imbalances in intestinal bacteria, ulcers, constipation, and parasitic infections can contribute to bloating.

Throughout history, natural remedies, including herbal teas, have been employed to alleviate bloating. Emerging research indicates that certain herbal teas may offer relief from this discomfort.

Explore the potential benefits of these 5 herbal teas known for their bloating-reducing properties.

1. Peppermint as a Key Ingredient in Teas or Standalone

Peppermint
may relieve digestive symptoms, such as gas, bloating, and indigestion, acts as muscle relaxant and pain reliever to help headaches and has antibacterial, antiviral, and anti-inflammatory properties that may alleviate clogged sinuses due to allergies and infections*1

We have 25+ teas with peppermint HERE>

2. Fennel as a Key Ingredient in Teas

Fennel

can help your body fight back against pathogens attacking your immune system, relax your muscles (including digestive muscles so aids in digestion), treat insomnia and aid in breast milk productions, and is high in antioxidants*2

We have over a dozen teas with fennel HERE>

3. Ginger as a Key Ingredient in Teas

Ginger
helps with nausea caused by pregnancy, chemotherapy, or surgery, may help protect against heart disease and has beneficial effects on weight and blood sugar management as well as help reduce the production of pro-inflammatory markers to relieve pain and inflammation and to help alleviate menstrual cramps*3

We have 30+ teas with ginger HERE>

4. Licorice Root as a Key Ingredient in Tea

Licorice Root

may help to reduce inflammation, has anti-ulcer activity, reduces symptoms of general gastric and intestinal irritation and may help kill bacteria in the mouth that cause tooth decay*4

We have 15+ teas with licorice root HERE>

5. Chamomile as a Key Ingredient in Teas or Standalone

Chamomile
anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, sedative, and anti-anxiety properties might help relieve anxiety and discomfort due to PMS, can lower blood sugar in diabetics, helps prevent osteoporosis and also helps relaxation and sleep*5
We have over a dozen teas with Chamomile HERE>
*1 Source Healthline
*2  Source Healthline
*3 Source Healthline
*4 Source Medical News Today
*5 Source Medical News Today

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