Try this recipe: Hibiscus-ginger tonic
Ginger has compounds known as gingerols which have anti inflammatory benefits,” says Josh Axe, a natural-medicine specialist. Another element of ginger supports digestion that will assist you break food down. “When foods are not broken, they all start to ferment from the gut,” explains Axe. “That’s what causes gas and bloating” Hibiscus contains polyphenols which could help calm the digestive system.
Parsley, fennel, and lemon zest
Try this recipe: Parsley, Fennel, and Lemon Tonic
Compounds in parsley will help eliminate off some bad bacteria and cause the liver to secrete bile, which helps break down fat, says Axe. Fennel acts as an antispasmodic, relieving cramping. Quercetin in lemon is anti inflammatory.
Ingredients: parsley, fennel seeds, raw, lemon honey
Try this recipe: Cucumber-mint tonic
“A great deal of digestive issues may be caused by inflammation; this region of the body gets really hot,” says Axe. “Cucumber and mint are very cooling” Research shows mint might help relieve IBS by soothing pain from inflammation in the GI tract.
Ingredients: fresh mint, cucumber, sea salt