Indigestion

Angelica Combine with chamomile for indigestion, flatulence and loss of appetite. To make tea, place 6-12 Tbsp of herbs in 1-2 liters of water, simmer 30-40 minutes, and steep, covered, 30 minutes to 4 hours. Drink 1-2 cups per day    Buy/view Angelica

Bilberry - A drink of the fruit and roots steeped in gin is an old remedy to stop diarrhea and relieve nausea and indigestion though large amounts of the whole berries eaten with their seeds and skin provide a laxative bulk

Cayenne It regulates the blood flow, equalizing and strengthening the heart, arteries, capillaries and nerves. It is a good tonic and is specific for the circulatory and digestive system    Buy/view Cayenne

Infusion: pour a cup of boiling water onto ½ - 1 tsp of cayenne and leave to infuse for 10 minutes. A Tbsp of this infusion should be mixed with hot water and drunk when needed

Marshmallow The root counters excess stomach acid, peptic ulceration, and gastritis.

Digestive tea:

Pour 570ml of boiling water over 30g of dried marsh mallow leaves. Steep, covered, until cool. Strain and flavor with ginger if desired. Reheat as needed. Great for indigestion.

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Comfrey – Add fresh comfrey leaves to your dog’s diet to improve digestion.





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