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Herbal Tea Home Remedy for Acid Reflux | Stop Acid Reflux Now

Herbal Tea Home Remedy for Acid Reflux


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There are many things that cause problems for those who have GERD (otherwise known as acid reflux). There are some things you can’t eat, and some that you should. There are times when this can be very confusing, and many don’t want to rely on medications to make all foods tolerable. If you want a home remedy for acid reflux, there are things you can try. One of these things is drinking herbal teas. Some of them will help, and some might make matters worse, so you should know which to have and which to avoid.

When choosing herbal teas, there is one important thing to think about when you are choosing what you want to try. Caffeine is a known trigger for acid reflux, and it should be avoided. That means that any herbal teas that you try must be caffeine-free. Though you can get decaffeinated coffee to drink, even that is known to aggravate GERD and should be avoided. This makes decaffeinated herbal teas the best choice when you seek a hot and soothing drink. Some of them might even help with some of your symptoms of acid reflux.

Many suggest that ginger can help sooth acid reflux symptoms, and if you can find it in a tea, a cup after a meal might help your stomach settle down for the night. You can mix peppermint with aniseed and lavender for a great tasting and soothing blend. You should boil a few cups of water and a teaspoon of your herbal mix, then drain the herbs after sitting for about ten minutes. If you boil this tea and want to have it sweetened, you might try honey instead of sugar or artificial sweetener.

Chicory Root can also be used to make a great herbal tea. You boil a few cups of this and then let sit for a while. You can then drink the tea with honey if you wish. Marshmallow tea might also help. This is not tea made from the marshmallows in your cupboard as the name might suggest, but from a root by the same name. This is known to soothe the digestive system. Another popular type of tea is Chamomile. This is also known to help soothe the symptoms of acid reflux.

You can make many of these on your own, but you can also find them in natural food stores or special sections of your grocery store. Any of these teas might help you feel better, but you won’t know until you try them. However, it is important that you talk with your doctor before you try them, as some can have side effects that you need to know about, and they might also mix badly with any prescription drugs that you might be taking for your acid reflux or for any other reason. You usually will not have any problems with this type of home remedy for acid reflux, but you don’t want to take a chance with your health.


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4 Responses

  1. paulinbe reece
    March 30th, 2007 | 6:26 am

    ginger is great when i am going out for a meal or eating meat i have ginger to drink and it really does help with the reflux ginger ale is very cheap to buy and just slightly fizzy for me it works

  2. March 31st, 2007 | 4:37 pm

    somebody recommended (palo dulce) I don`t know the name in english they are chops of this particular tree so I`m drinking a litter of this tea daily and it`s working for my reflux. thank you.I let it seat through the night and the next day I boil it for 15 min. (two or three little chops)

  3. Geri
    March 31st, 2007 | 11:34 pm

    I am quite surprised that you have mentioned peppermint as reflux help. It is known to greatly aggravate reflux. I was drinking a nightime herbal tea every evening and noticed that after one brand in particular I would have a stomach ache. I ahve stopped and now have no more oroblems. The best tea is chamomile………..it is actualyy known to help repair reflux. That along with ginger can not be beat. Since all herbal teas are naturally w/out caffein they are a real plus. Hope this info is of help to all. Geri

  4. Susan Powell
    April 16th, 2007 | 6:17 pm

    Thanks for the info Geri (message dated March 31st 2007).

    I have recently been diagnosed with reflux and have been drinking herbal tea for quite some time now - I will have to try chamomile tea for a change - will let you know how I get on.

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