Supplements

Supplements for Treating Heartburn

Supplements should not be taken without the supervision of your doctor. Supplements can interfere with your current treatments and medications your take.

There are many supplements and natural remedies that can help with heartburn. Some will work better than others for your situation.

More details about the use of these supplements are found in the natural remedies post, the teas for treating heartburn post, or by searching the blog.

 

MUCILAGE

DGL licorice tablets
Aloe vera juice
Aloe vera gel
Slippery elm
Marshmallow root

 

TEAS

Chamomile tea
Sage tea
Cinnamon tea from cinnamon sticks
Anise tea
Chamomile/anise tea
Caraway tea
Fennel tea
Fennel/anise/caraway tea
Fenugreek tea
Cardamom tea
Cardamom/cinnamon tea from ground cardamom and cinnamon stick
Ginger tea
Dandelion root tea
Marshmallow root tea
Slippery elm tea
Licorice root tea
Throat Coat tea

 

SPICE

Turmeric
Garlic

 

Digestive Aids

Probiotics
Prebiotics
Apple cider vinegar
Iberogast
Betaine HCl
Digestive enzymes
Bitters Compound
Digestive Bitters
Digestive Grape Bitters
Organic Bitters
Swedish Bitters
Calcium
Magnesium
Chloride
Zinc
L-glutamine
Anti-oxidants
Vitamin A
Vitamin B-1 (Thiamine)
Vitamin B-12
Vitamin C
Vitamin E
Omega-3 fish oil

 

OTHER

Melatonin




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