Teas for Naturally Treating Heartburn

Teas for Naturally Treating Heartburn

Teas for naturally treating heartburnTeas prepackaged or freshly prepared are both natural options for treating heartburn, acid reflux, and GERD, just avoid any teas that contain caffeine. Caffeine relaxes the lower esophageal sphincter (LES) which can cause acid reflux. The teas below are naturally caffeine free and their different healing properties should be considered when used to treat your heartburn symptoms. I’ve broken the teas up into three sections. Mucilage teas coat and protect. HCL increasing teas help the stomach produce more acid to help the LES stay closed. And a section of other teas that help in various ways.

 

Mucilage Teas to Coat

Mucilage teas can coat the esophagus and stomach to protect from the irritation of stomach acid.

 

HCL Increasing Teas

Increasing stomach acid/hydrochloric acid (HCl) can help the LES to close preventing acid reflux and heartburn.

  • Ginger tea helps a number of stomach issues from nausea to heartburn. Ginger lemon tea is also a good choice.
  • Dandelion root tea is used to improve digestion, as well as a mild laxative to increase bowel movements and improve beneficial intestinal bacteria. Slowed digestion can lead to acid reflux and heartburn.



 

Other Teas That Help




2 Comments
  1. kristen 1 year ago

    There is a common cross-over allergy from ragweed to camomile. If you get hay fever don’t be surprised if camomile tea doesn’t work or worse, upsets your stomach more.

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      Steve Hood 1 year ago

      Thank you for your input, Kristen. That’s a good tip to remember.

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