Infusions To Relieve Irritable Bowel

Why not take advantage of all the properties of these infusions by making a mixture of chamomile with anise and mint?

Irritable bowel syndrome tends to be more common in women. The causes are still unclear, but in reality, its incidence tends to be very painful and affects our daily lives for several weeks and even months.

That’s why we want to show in this article the natural remedies through medicinal plants that will serve as a relief.

Medicinal plants can be very effective in treating the effects of irritable bowel. In any case, if you have any questions about the matter, see a doctor.

The plants that we are going to recommend are easy to find, you don’t need to go to a health food store to buy the necessary quantity.

Normally, one teaspoon of the medicinal plant for every cup of water. You can take two a day. To benefit from all the properties, it is best to avoid steel kettles; pottery, clay, and porcelain are better.

These kettles are more natural and better get the active ingredients from medicinal herbs.

Medicinal Plants to Treat Irritable Colon

fennel infusion

anise

Fennel has a pleasant licorice flavor. It is, without a doubt, an excellent plant to relieve stomach and intestinal pain. Relieves bloating, gas and, in addition, is antispasmodic, ideal for people who suffer from irritable bowel.

However, fennel is not suitable for those who are suffering from a period of diarrhea, as the disease alternates periods of diarrhea with constipation, so in this case, the fennel infusion will only be suitable for the days of constipation .

To prepare the tea, you just have to take a spoonful of fennel seeds and put them to a boil along with a cup of water. You can have it for breakfast and mid-afternoon.

Chamomile Infusion

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Chamomile infusion is ideal for treating irritable bowel and finding relief. Its flowers have properties capable of reducing inflammation, in addition, they are antibacterial and act as relaxants.

You can also drink two cups a day, and to prepare them just take a teaspoon of chamomile flowers – you can also use the classic tea bags – boil with water for ten minutes and let stand for a few minutes.

mint infusion

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Mint belongs to the carminative, antispasmodic, relaxant and sedative plant family. This means that, once they reach our digestive system, they will act directly on the stomach and intestines, reducing inflammation, reducing pain and providing a relaxing sensation.

To prepare it, just a spoonful of dried mint. Boil with a cup of water and let stand. It is important that sugar is not included in these infusions. If you want, sweeten it with stevia or honey.

sage infusion

sage

Salvia infusion is ideal if you are suffering from diarrhea, vomiting and nausea. These are also common symptoms of irritable bowel, so this plant with astringent properties will be of great help.

Furthermore, sage has an excellent sedative action that will allow for relaxation. Be sure to try it if you are experiencing these symptoms.

To prepare it, use 10 g of sage, boil it together with three glasses of water and let it stand for five minutes. You can drink up to three cups a day.

thyme infusion

Thyme

Thyme infusion is another good option for irritable bowel. This medicinal plant will aid digestion, relieve pain and inflammation, cleansing the intestines of toxins and bacteria.

As with other infusions, just a teaspoon of the plant in a cup of boiling water is enough. Allow the water to boil and rest for a few minutes.

Plantain infusion

melissa infusion

Plantain seeds are normally used for diseases of the digestive system  and, in particular, to protect the intestine.

This plant has a high content of vitamin B, ideal to calm anxiety, pain and to regulate our body in case of constipation.

It is recommended to take only once a day. To prepare it, take a spoonful of plantain seeds, boil it with water and let the infusion stand for five minutes.

Then filter the contents through a strainer and drink little by little. It will serve as a relief.

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