Plants for the digestive system

     To benefit from a healthy digestive system, you need to consider the following tips:

  • Do your best to avoid eating too much. The number of meals per day must be 5.
  • Olive oil is very good for a healthy digestive system. Oleic acid found. fundamentally in olive oil improves pancreatic function and increases the absorption of minerals.
  • Get fiber. Vegetable fibers, especially insoluble fibers, retain water in the final portion of the large intestine.
  • Don’t forget fruits and vegetables, as they are recommended for good health.
  • Water consumption is very important again, so drink between 2-3 liters of water a day.
  • Moderate your intake of fatty foods.
  • Controls carbonated beverages.
  • Motion.

     How can I help plants take care of their digestive system?

     Any change that occurs in the digestive system can cause problems in it.

     The most notable symptoms that can be relieved with herbal medicine are different and are associated with different parts of the digestive system.

     The experts in the field say that the plants are of great help to control specific symptoms or symptoms derived from known and typical situations. But in the symptoms that persist, more attention should be paid, since they can be associated with more serious problems, such as some cancers, ulcers, irritable bowel syndrome, Crohn’s disease or a certain food intolerance or allergy.

     In this article I will tell you some plants that can help you to benefit from a healthy digestive system. These are:

  • Ginseng (Panax ginseng): activates the immune system, defenses and resistance to certain viruses or bacteria that can affect the tract
  • As I already know, green tea is very good for people’s health. It provides them with a significant amount of flavonoids and has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antibiotic action.
  • Turmeric: Curcumin is a powerful anti-inflammatory that reduces inflammation and swelling of the digestive tract, also facilitates digestion and reduces acidity. It also has a protective effect on the liver and preventive against gallstones.
  • Ginger. It has in its composition many anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Their role is to help fight nausea and vomiting.
  • Melisa (Melisa officinalis) is an antispasmodic digestive plant. They promote “calm” digestion, because the digestive system is very “sensitive” to nervous conditions. The infusion of lemon balm prevents nausea, stomach pain, bloating and soothes spasms.
  • To stimulate the production of gastric and bile juices, you need to consume mint.
  • Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra L.): Neutralizes acidity. It promotes the secretion of mucus in the stomach by acting as a “barrier” against the acid on the mucosa.
  • Passiflora (Passiflora incarnata): acts as an intestinal antispasmodic. To moderate the discomfort of the “cramp”. Also for relieving gastritis of nervous origin.
  • And last but not least, ginseng. Its role is to activate the immune system, and to protect the body from certain viruses or bacteria that can affect the tract.