This system is made up of the gastrointestinal tract, liver, gall bladder, and pancreas. It's function is to break down the food we eat into nutrients such as fats, carbohydrates, and proteins.
Herbs that help ease heartburn and indigestion.
Peppermint Top choice for heartburn and best taken as a tea.
Dill Excellent as a tea for gas and bloating.
For Acid Reflux and GERD, we recommend either:
Herbs that can assist in easing stomach cramping due to indigestion, IBS, and Crohn's disease.
Chamomile Excellent for calming the muscles in the digestive system.
Peppermint Helps to calm muscle spasms in the digestive tract
Basil Kills harmful bacteria in the digestive tract that may be the cause of the cramping
Calendula Helps ease ulcer pain
Dill Helps ease stomach pain and cramping by relieving bloating and gas
Herbs that help ease nausea.
Ginger Top choice for nausea. Best taken as an infusion.
Herbs that help with stomach pain due to ulcers, colitis, spastic colon, and colic.
Chamomile Eases muscles spasms. Can be taken as tea or tincture.
Marsh Mallow Mucilaginous and best taken as decoction or tincture.
Slippery Elm Helps increase mucus secretion that coats digestive tract. Can be prepared as decoction or tincture. However, due to over harvesting and dutch elm disease, this is endangered. Opt for marsh mallow or ethically cultivated if available.
Herbs that assist with cleansing and detoxing the liver. Your liver is what cleans toxins out of your blood, so supporting its functionality with herbs is highly beneficial for overall health. Any of the following herbs can be taken to stimulate liver functionality:
Herbs that destroy parasites that may be harmful to health.
Herbs that help ease diarrhea.
Herbs that help stimulate appetite.
Blood Sugar Regulation
Herbs that help slow down sugar absorption.
Cinnamon Well studied for its ability to mimic insulin.
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