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> 13 Homemade Recipes To Easily Soothe Your Digestion

Stomachaches are so common that everyone experiences them at one point or another. There are dozens of reasons why you might get a tummy ache. Most causes aren’t serious and the symptoms pass quickly. Generally, there’s no need to look further than your kitchen for a solution.

1. Ginger Miracle!

1. Ginger Miracle!

Ginger is a great natural remedy to relieve nausea. Add as much ginger here as you like (there are really no limits but rather whatever you can handle.)

Ginger Tea

  • 4-6 thin slices raw ginger

  • 1 1/2 to 2 cups water

  • 1-2 tablespoons honey

  • juice from half of a lime to taste

Peel the ginger and cut it into fine slices to increase its surface area for more flavor. In a pan, add the water and toss in the strips of ginger. Boil the mixture for about ten minutes and take it off the heat after simmering. Stir in the honey and a few drops of lime to add some taste.You can drink it after it is cold as well.

2. Another Nice Soother With Fennel

2. Another Nice Soother With Fennel

This can be prepared in 45 minutes or less but requires additional unattended time.

Lemon Fennel Iced Tea

  • 4 cups water

  • 1/2 cup honey, or to taste

  • 1 tablespoon fennel seeds

  • 4 orange pekoe tea bags

  • Three 3-inch strips of lemon zest 

  • 6 tablespoons fresh lemon juice, or to taste

In a saucepan stir together the water, the honey, and the fennel seed bringing the mixture to a boil. Remove the pan from the heat, add the tea bags and 3 strips of the zest letting the tea steep for 5 minutes. Strain the tea through a fine sieve set over a heatproof pitcher, let it cool, and add the lemon juice. Chill the tea, covered, for 1 hour, or until it is very cold. Divide the iced tea among tall glasses filled with ice cubes and garnish each glass with some of the additional zest.

3. Before The Fresh Mint Season Is Over

3. Before The Fresh Mint Season Is Over

Making mint tea from scratch is simple and easy, and it’s great to have on hand if someone in the family has an upset stomach.

Mint Tea

  • 5-10 fresh mint leaves

  • 2 cups water (473 ml)

  • Sugar or sweetener to taste (optional)

  • Lemon (optional) 

There isn’t really a recipe for mint tea, but rather a method. Wash and tear up the fresh mint leaves. (Spearmint, peppermint, chocolate mint; the variety doesn’t matter.) Put them in a French press or teapot and pour some boiling water over them. Allow to steep for about 3-7 minutes, depending on how strong you want your tea. Feel free to add a bit of honey or even a splash of whole milk if you want.

4. Calm Down And Enjoy The Lemon Balm Tea

4. Calm Down And Enjoy The Lemon Balm Tea

A member of the mint family, lemon balm (Melissa officinalis) has a lovely lemon flavor and the ability to gently calm the nerves and lift one's mood. Native to the Mediterranean, lemon balm's medicinal and culinary use dates back over 2,000 years.

Lemon Balm Tea

  • 2 tablespoons dried lemon balm

  • 1 tablespoon dried oatstraw 

  • 2 teaspoons dried, seedless rosehips 

  • 1 1/2 teaspoons dried orange peel

  • 1/2 teaspoon dried lavender

Combine all ingredients and store in an airtight container. For 1 cup of tea, pour 1 cup of boiling water over 1 rounded tablespoon of the tea blend. Cover and steep for 20 minutes. Strain and sweeten with honey, if desired.

5. One Of The Best Parts Of The Season Might Be Chamomile Tea

5. One Of The Best Parts Of The Season Might Be Chamomile Tea

This is a great tea to drink after dinner, before bedtime. Chamomile tea has a soothing, calming, and relaxing properties. It helps with digestion, coughs, colds, poor skin, and is used as a liver tonic. 

Chamomile Tea  

  • 2 tablespoons fresh chamomile flowers

  • 2 cups boiling water

  • 2 slices apples (thin slices)

  • honey

Rinse the flowers with cool water. Warm your teapot with boiling water. Add the apple slices to the pot and mash them with a wooden spoon. Add the chamomile flowers and pour in the 2 cups boiling water. Cover and steep for 3-5 minutes. Strain the tea into two cups. Add honey to taste. Drink and enjoy!

6. It’s Not Just a Garnish: Parsley

6. It’s Not Just a Garnish: Parsley

Don't feel uncomfortable hearing parsley. It is actually a health boosterç And the orange that accompanies it in this recipe will make it even better this time.

Cold Orange Parsley Water Recipe

  • 3 oranges

  • 1/2 bunch of parsley

  • 1 lemon

Squeeze the orange juice and the lemon juice and let the parsley boil and cool. Mix the cold water and serve with ice.

7. Many Of Us Favor Them, Red Fruits

7. Many Of Us Favor Them, Red Fruits

Cold Raspberry Cream Recipe

  • 8 glasses of water

  • 2 glasses of raspberries

  • 4 bags of raspberry tea

  • 8 fresh basil leaves

  • 4 TS Honey or Brown Sugar

Boil the water; if you use sugar, add the sugar and boil it. Then take it from the fire and add the honey, basil, tea bags. Remove the tea bags and cool down for 7-8 minutes. Then add fresh raspberries, ice and then serve

8. Always There, Apple!

8. Always There, Apple!

Apple is one of the other fruits that legendarily helps digestion.

Cold Apple Tea Recipe

  • 1/2 apple

  • 3 cardamoms

  • 4 glasses of water

  • 1-2 TS honey

  • Lemon peel

Boil water into lemon peel, apples and pomades and do not say 5 minutes. Then add the fish. Filter the mixture and serve with the mint leaves in an ice-filled carafe.

9. Who Knew That Licorice Was A Great Digestion Helper?

9. Who Knew That Licorice Was A Great Digestion Helper?

Also known as sweet root, licorice has been used for centuries for medicinal, health, and beverage purposes. 

Iced Licorice Tea

  • 6cups water

  • 2 1⁄2 teaspoons dried licorice root

  • 1cinnamon stick

  • 1⁄2 cup dried peppermin

  • 1⁄2cup honey

In a large pot bring water to a boil over high heat. Stir in the licorice and cinnamon; lower to a simmer, partially cover the pot, and simmer for 10 minutes. Remove from heat, stir in peppermint, cover and let steep for 10 minutes. Place a large strainer lined with cheesecloth or damp paper towel over another pot or heat-proof bowl. Strain tea. Stir in honey until dissolved and let cool completely, about 1 hour. Serve over ice.

10. Jasmin Helps Soothing Meat Eaters' Stomach

10. Jasmin Helps Soothing Meat Eaters' Stomach

It's a recipe usually used in Far East cuisine. After heavy and spicy meals; it is used to relieve stomach aches. This time you can try the cold version.

Cold Jasmin Tea Recipe

  • 4 bags of jasmine tea

  • 8 glasses of boiled water

  • 2 finger fresh ginger

  • 1/2 glasses of sugar

  • 2 marbled lemon

  • 4 lemons

  • Ice

Put tea, ginger slices and sugar in boiling water and bake for 10-15 minutes. Then filter and refrigerate in the refrigerator. In the meantime, mix the lemons and the lime of the lime to the chilling cold and serve with ice and lemon slices.

11. You May Have Heard About Dandelion?

11. You May Have Heard About Dandelion?

Did you know that those Dandelions growing all over your yard are actually an herb, are completely edible, and have many uses?

Dandelion Root Tea Recipe

  • 1 tbsp. *roasted dandelion root

  • 1/2 tsp. *minced, fresh ginger

  • 1 cardamom seed

  • 12 oz. Water

  • Honey or sugar to taste

Combine all ingredients except honey and bring to a boil. Continue boiling for five to ten minutes. Strain, add honey, and serve after cold adding ice.

12. Thyme And Peach? Why not!

12. Thyme And Peach? Why not!

We know thyme is world brand in relieving stomach. This time we can combine fresh peaches and refresh our stomach.

Peach and Thyme Tea Recipe

  • 4 mature peaches

  • 1 glasses of cold water

  • 3/4 glasses of sugar

  • 6 glasses of boiling water

  • Fresh thyme

  • Ice

Add thyme into boiling water and boil for 10 min. Then add and melt the sugar. Remove the thyme and cool the mixture. Then fill the peaches with fresh thyme cold water and ice with a raisin. Add the mixture and stir.

13. Some Milk Can Help Your Uncomfort In The Stomach

13. Some Milk Can Help Your Uncomfort In The Stomach

You can combine the relaxing effect of anise with milk and prepare a wonderful mixture!

Cold Milk Anise Tea Recipe

  • 4 bags of black tea

  • 1/4 glasses of sugar

  • 2 star anise

  • 2.5 glasses of water

  • 1/3 glasses of milk

Boil the water and anise, sugar and tea to brew it up in 10-15 min. Then take tea and anise and cool for 1 hour. Mix it with milk and serve with ice.