Home Remedies for Heartburn using Herbal Teas


Heartburn can happen anytime.  You can find relief from the burning and discomfort by trying an herbal tea, which is one of the easiest home remedies for heartburn.  There are several options of teas to choose from. Try different kinds to see what works best for you. Keep some tea with you in a small container and you will be ready to treat the problem when it arises.


Heart burn can also be treated with ginger. Ginger is inexpensive and an easy to find. It is a very good digestive aid, and also has soothing and calming properties.  You can purchase fresh ginger at the grocery store in the produce section.  Cut off a small chunk and peel it.  Now you can chop it or grate it, or smash it in a clean garlic press. Now pour about eight ounces of boiling water over the ginger and add a bag of green tea.  Strain it, add honey if you like, and sip the hot tea for instant relief.  You can also find ground ginger in the spice section at the grocery store or at your local health food store.  You can add a pinch of this to your favorite tea.  Dried ginger is another alternative.    Make a mixture of dried ginger, peppermint and licorice root, add boiling water, steep and add honey if desired.


If you are not a fan of ginger, you can try making a tea using one or a combination of the following herbs: chamomile, peppermint, licorice root, chicory root, arrowroot, slippery elm, lemon balm, fennel, and catnip.  Don’t be afraid to experiment with making your own blend, or choose one or two and add them to green tea.  You can find these herbs at your local health food store or whole food market.  These stores should also carry a good variety of herbal teas that already contain one or more of these ingredients.  Just read the labels and choose your flavor.  Any of these herbs will help make it easier for you to try making your own home remedies for heartburn, and provide you with relief.

Caution: Please use Home Remedies after Proper Research and Guidance. You accept that you are following any advice at your own risk and will properly research or consult healthcare professional.