The holidays are right around the corner! And it’s not uncommon to feel overstuffed and uncomfortable after Thanksgiving dinner. Who can blame you with all that delicious holiday food? But with bulky, high-carb, and sugary foods comes uncomfortable digestive issues like bloating, gas, and indigestion. So what are the best home remedies for bloating?

Teas and herbs can provide powerful, instant bloating relief. They also work as natural remedies for gas and indigestion. In fact, they can provide better and faster relief than some of the things in your medicine cabinet. Bloating, gas, and indigestion are inflammatory responses to things like too much sugar or starch. Some of these foods cause our body to become too acidic, and it can lead to intestinal pain and discomfort. You can balance your body’s pH and flush out the excess water and air faster with herbal remedies.

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Here are our best teas for bloating and how to relieve gas fast:

Spearmint Leaf

Steep spearmint leaf as a tea to create a natural remedy to aid digestion. Being part of the menthol family (along with peppermint), it can provide gas pain relief quickly. It calms the stomach with its coolness and helps flush out your body.

Dandelion Root

When it comes to natural remedies for bloating, you won’t find one much better than this “weed.” Packed full of fiber, dandelion root helps get your bowels moving, and relieves bloating by removing excess fluids from your body. Add it to your salad at dinner, or steep it in a tea.

Anise Seeds

Anise seeds relieve stomach cramps and indigestion, so it’s a perfect tummy soother after a big meal. Grind the seeds, and then boil them in hot water for 5 minutes to create your own Anise tea.

Lemon Balm

The phytochemicals in lemon balm make it a strong anti-inflammatory agent. It eases inflammation from sugary, heavy foods, and relieves stomach cramps and bloating. Steep the dried leaves in hot tea, and add a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar for instant relief. Apple cider vinegar and lemon balm both help balance the pH of your body.


This superhero herb has amazing healing and detoxifying powers. Rich in curcumin, turmeric is an anti-inflammatory ingredient. It has the power to help balance blood sugar after a sugar frenzy and detox the body. Mix with cinnamon, ginger, honey, black pepper and boiling water or nut milk to create your own Golden Milk tea for stomach pain relief.

No Tummy Troubles This Winter!

Stock up on these herbs now to create your own healing teas and natural remedies for bloating. Going to the Thanksgiving feasts at every family member’s house or a Christmas dinner party with friends? No worries anymore – you won’t have any reason to fret over uncomfortable stomach issues. Simply pack a little tea to take with you, or drink some before you go.

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What do you think are the best teas for bloating? Have you concocted your own herbal recipes for relief?

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