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Banish Belly Bloat with This Ginger Fennel Tea

If you’ve ever struggled with stomach bloating, gas, and digestive troubles, you’re going to love the results of drinking this simple anti-bloat tea with ginger and fennel.

You can banish belly bloat fast with just a few basic ingredients that you may already have on hand. I love drinking this hot, healing tea in the evenings and I find that I wake up with a calm system and less bloating.

This anti-bloat ginger fennel tea is a simple way to banish stomach bloating.

Anti-Bloat Tea Recipe

I really try to limit my intake of over-the-counter medications, but I find that sometimes my body needs a little push to help reduce bloating and gas.

It’s why I first started experimenting with making my own anti-bloat tea at home. I honestly can’t believe that I’m old enough to be struggling with bloating, digestive issues and gas (eek!) but here I am. Luckily, I really do find that this easy anti-bloating tea does the trick to get rid of my belly bloat.

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This anti-bloat ginger fennel tea is a simple way to banish stomach bloating.

Anti-Bloat Benefits of Ginger

Ginger is such a powerful ingredient to combat belly bloating. I’ve actually been incorporating ginger into my smoothies and teas for some time now, as I tend to struggle with digestive woes.

This anti-bloat tea with ginger offers a calming effect that can soothe your digestive tract and alleviate pesky gas symptoms, bloating and even stomach cramps.

During both of my pregnancies I can remember people always telling me to take ginger for my morning sickness.

It never really helped me with my nausea, but I’ve found that it does really work to alleviate my minor digestive symptoms and belly bloating.

I also love consuming ginger because of its anti-inflammatory properties and its ability to strengthen my immune system. I’m definitely a huge believer in ginger and I always keep some ginger root on hand.

This anti-bloat ginger fennel tea is a simple way to banish stomach bloating.

Anti-Bloat Benefits of Fennel

Let’s face it, no one likes to talk about gas (especially me… I’d rather crawl into a hole and hide), but it’s an issue that many people deal with.

I haven’t quite pinpointed which foods are causing me occasional gas, but, it can be so bothersome at times and definitely contributes to my stomach bloating issues.

If you struggle with gas and bloating I really can’t recommend fennel highly enough.

Dried fennel seeds are quite popular in India as a digestive aid. In many cultures, fennel seeds are chewed after a meal to stimulate digestion.

This anti-bloat ginger fennel tea is a simple way to banish stomach bloating.

I’m really not keen on chewing dried fennel seeds and much prefer this easy anti-bloating ginger fennel tea.

Scientists have identified fennel seeds as having anti-spasmodic and anti-inflammatory properties that help relax the body and clear gas from your system.

I don’t find that it’s an issue to steep the ginger and fennel right in my cup, but, if you are worried about avoiding the seeds and ginger when you sip you can steep using one of these disposable tea bags, which I do love to keep on hand for the different teas that I purchase or make. I hope you’ll give my easy anti-bloat tea a try!

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Anti-Bloat Ginger Fennel Tea

Banish bloating with this simple ginger fennel tea.

Ingredients:

  • 1 inch piece of peeled ginger
  • 1 teaspoon of dried fennel seeds
  • 1.5 cups of water

Instructions:

  1. Peel and slice the ginger into thin pieces.
  2. Bring the water to a boil and then place in the ginger and fennel. Cover and let the tea steep for about 10 minutes. 
  3. Cool to preference and then simply sip your way to relief.

Notes:

I don’t find that it’s an issue to steep the ginger and fennel right in my cup, but, if you are worried about avoiding the seeds and ginger you can steep using one of these disposable tea bags, which I do love to keep on hand for the different teas that I purchase or make.

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2 comments

  1. i need to try this with kids i watch. i know they would enjoy it.

    Rating: 5
  2. I knew ginger was very good for stomach issues but had no clue about fennel. I tend to prefer the simple way like this over chemicals when possible. This doesnt sound like a bad tea, I like both astes.

    Rating: 5

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