Want To Keep Your Gut In Check? Try Sipping On One Of These Teas

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by Natalia Lusinski
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Did you know dandelions are good for you? They not only help digestion, but also have antioxidant properties. So next time you want to ease your stomach, try some Organic Dandelion SuperHerb® Tea Bags from The Republic of Tea.The Republic of Tea
Heather’s Tummy Teas focus on just that — your stomach. The brand’s Fennel Tea provides you with immediate bloating support, including alleviating intestinal cramps, due to fennel’s anti-spasmodic properties. And since fennel tastes like licorice, it’s a more unique tea to sip on.Heather's Tummy Tea
Stomach Settler by Hale Tea Co. speaks for itself. With a lot of good-for-you ingredients, like ginger, fennel, chamomile, spearmint, and star anise, it’ll help your stomach feel better in no time.Hale Tea Co.
This Cooling Digestive Tea by Farmtrue contains cumin, coriander, fennel, and mint — all with your digestive system in mind. You can sip it after a meal to help the digestive process and ease any potential discomfort.Farmtrue
Ginger has a lot of health benefits, including reducing bloating, and this Ginger Tea by Yogi Tea not only tastes good, but also helps support digestion. Plus, there are notes of lemongrass, licorice, peppermint, and black pepper, too.Yogi
Peppermint is great for your digestive health, as it helps with bloating and indigestion. To test this theory out for yourself, try Organic Belly Comfort® Peppermint Tea by Traditional Medicinals. Whether you have a stomachache or want to prevent one, try sipping on some.Traditional Medicinals
Get Relief - No. 9 Herb Tea for Digestion by Be Well aims to get rid of gas and bloating. It’s an organic rooibos tea — known for its antioxidant properties — and also has flavors of cinnamon, anise, and peppermint. Be Well Teas
Marshmallow can help with many gastrointestinal issues — and we’re not talking about the kind you use for s’mores! Rather, we’re talking about Marshmallow Leaf Tea by Buddha Teas. It’s a flowering herb that originated in Africa and now grows in damp areas worldwide. Buddha Teas

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