Ginger: Ginger is often used as a therapeutic spice, working on the digestive system by encouraging secretion of digestive enzymes.Ginger contains an active constituent gingerol, which is responsible for its hot, pungent taste, as well as its stimulating andhealing properties
Fennel: (SAUNF) Fennel contains anethole, which stimulates secretion of digestive and gastric juices. Fennel also contains aspartic acid, which acts as an anti-flatulent.
It is no wonder, many of us are in the habit of chewing fennel seeds after meals. Fennel is a digestive herb with many medicinal and culinary uses. It acts as a popular “after mint”.
Yoghurt : Yoghurt contains probiotics which are responsible for several activities in the gut; such as producing lactase; killing harmful bacteria and improving digestive tract function.
Fenugreek: (METHI) I Fenugreek leaves and seeds assist digestion, help relieve constipation and help overcome flatulence.
Tip: You can soak fenugreek seedsovernight and eat them next morning tohelp relieve you from digestive disorders.
Mint: Mint is used as a treatment for indigestion, colic, heartburn and flatulence. It also can stimulate the appetite and cure nausea and headaches.
Peppermint tea can help soothe a dry throat.
Bay leaf: Bay leaves are used to treat migraines, stressand anxiety. They also improve digestion and help detoxifythe system.