Reflux Herbal Tea – The natural remedy for gastroesophageal reflux disease
The green valleys along the slopes of Mount Monviso, at an altitude of no more than 1500 metres, are the ideal habitat for growing organic herbs with a thousand properties, ideal for the preparation of functional infusions and herbal teas.
Valverbe’s Reflux Herbal Tea is one of them, loved and appreciated as an excellent natural remedy for all those who suffer from gastroesophageal reflux.
Reflux Herbal Tea
Organic farming techniques are at the heart of how the different herbs in this herbal tea mix are cultivated. As soon as they are harvested, they are dried to preserve their aroma, fragrance and properties, which are then released when the herbal tea is prepared.
Composition of Reflux Herbal Tea
The composition of this herbal tea is based on a balanced blend of 5 ingredients, namely:
- Chamomile flowers sieved
- Lemon balm leaves
- Ginger rhizome
- Liquorice root
- Mallow leaves
Chamomile, as well as having a natural calming effect, ensures regular gastric motility by reducing inflammation of the stomach lining. Lemon balm, in combination with Chamomile and Mallow, helps to relieve states of emotional agitation and body tension. The presence of Ginger is essential to promote digestive processes and have a relaxing effect on the stomach lining. Finally, Liquorice also aids digestion and counteracts nausea. In addition to these main ingredients, there are also other plant extracts such as Althea, Passionflower and Plantain, all used for digestive and calming purposes.
The benefits of Reflux Herbal Tea
Regular use of this Herbal Tea provides several healing properties. In particular:
- It has a digestive and calming action;
- It has an anti-inflammatory effect on the intestinal mucous membranes;
- It helps protect the stomach lining.
With specific reference to the first property, the herbal tea has an important action against states of mind that can promote the onset of reflux such as anxiety, stress and emotional tension. The protection of the stomach walls and part of the intestine, on the other hand, can soothe or eliminate the typical effects of reflux.
How can you prepare Reflux Herbal Tea?
The preparation of this herbal tea is very simple. Like all herbal teas, it requires the use of boiling water in a pot in which the filter must be infused, with the lid closed, for at least 10-15 minutes. Once ready, the herbal tea should be strained and consumed hot.
To ensure its beneficial effects, 2-3 cups per day are recommended, away from main meals.
Would you like to try the benefits of this natural remedy against gastrointestinal reflux?