28 Mar Herbs For Digestive Health – Moringa, Senna, Mint & Green Tea
A scientific study reveals that about 92% of the Serotonin hormone is mainly found in our Digestive tract. Serotonin amazingly plays a vital role to combat Anxiety, depression and makes your mood happy. A healthy gut is imperative not only for digestion but for maintaining healthy levels of Serotonin levels.
The digestive system is a vital system of the body and plays an important role in your overall health. Studies claim that the Digestive system has a strong influence on the immune system, hormone level, and nervous system.
In this 5 min read we will provide you with information about the 4 Best herbs for digestive health & help you keep the healthy Gut-Brain connection.
- Moringa fresh dried leaves
- Senna leaves
- Mint (Mentha piperita Linn)
- Mountain green tea
Moringa Fresh Dried Leaves
Moringa Oliefera is a comparatively big tree that is native to the Sub-Continent like Pakistan, India and also found in other parts of Asia, Africa and South America. This plant has different names, and in Pakistan, it is also known as (Sohanjna). Nearly all parts of this tree are edible and are used in traditional herbal medicine.
Moringa Dried leaves are an amazing remedy for digestive ailments. The chemical constituents of moringa leave combat GIRD (Gastor intestinal Reflux disease), gastritis, bloating, and constipation. Moringa leaves have amazing anti-microbial and antibiotic properties and also protect the mucus lining of the stomach from other bacteria.
Moringa is highly enriched with vitamin B which plays a vital role to maintain gut health.
Modern research reveals that Moringa Leaves extract contains Methanol and acetone which also combat Gastric ulcers and Acid reflux.
Senna is a flowering plant of the legume family. Senna Leaves Tea is an amazing herbal therapy that mainly acts as a laxative.
Senna leaves tea activates bowel movements, helps to expel nitrogenous waste and relief constipation. The constituents of senna leaves are, senna glycosides, also known as sennoside GIT couldn’t absorb these constituents and they move out of the body but also help to expel waste to move out.
Some studies show that it may also help to combat haemorrhoids (Piles) as well.
What is Hemorrhoids (Piles)?
The Rectum, the lower part of your GIT bleeds with intensive pain and severe itching due to inflamed veins or ruptured tissues. The main cause of haemorrhoids is chronic constipation which eventually developed into haemorrhoids.
Mint (Mentha piperita Linn)
Mentha Piperita (Mint), also known as a digestive tonic, is a herbaceous plant. It eases a lot of stomach complaints like Bloating, acidity, GIRD, GERD, gas and constipation. The latest research reveals that its constituents reduce stomach pain and also improve digestion.
According to another study, consumption of Mentha piperita for 4 weeks helped lower the symptoms of irritable bowl syndrome (IBS) .
Mint Plays a vital role to treat indigestion. It gives a break to stomach muscles and enhances the bile flow which improves digestion. It also helps ease and control nausea & vomiting.
Its antioxidant properties may help to combat chronic wounds and ulcers. Also helps to repair the damage and restores the normal structure. These anti-oxidants also helps to detoxify the gut and improve the mechanism of absorption.
Mountain Green Tea
Mountain Green Tea is absolutely caffeine-free, prepared from the plant Camellia sinensis.
Mountain gree tea is enriched in strong Anti-oxidants which play a vital role against digestive ailments mainly indigestion, GIRD, Malabsorption and constipation. It also boosts your immune system and combats internal inflammation. Its anti-inflammatory agents also combat mild wounds and ulcers.
Green tea has exhibited excellent results to help cure excessive gas and bloating. A cup of Mountain Green tea after a meal can help soothe your tummy. Further, it also helps to curtail flatulence issues. Green tea is used to fight inflammation and can help curb inflammation due to inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD).
Green tea contains polyphenols that can positively affect your body. Furthermore, it is caffeine-free and is suitable for people who are caffeine sensitive. Caffeine sensitivity can lead to diarrhoea, nausea and an upset stomach.
Moringa Mezhal Tea
Moringa Mezhal Tea is a super-mix of Moringa, Mint, Senna leaves and mountain green tea. Accumulating the benefits of all four herbs, making it the best tea for digestion, stomach problems and detoxification. Regular intake of Moringa Mehzal tea, not only helps you combat digestive issues but also provides an abundance of micro-nutrients, vitamins, amino acids & antioxidants, which Moringa inherits.