Case Studies: Herbal Digestive Teas

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<p>Over the years, I’ve found that most patients prefer capsules or tablets to teas because of the convenience and because of taste. The digestive teas listed here are a big exception. Popular because they taste good and work more quickly than capsules, they are rapidly absorbed and affect the entire digestive tract. These teas are made by steeping 1 teaspoon of the coarsely ground herbs per cup of water for 20 minutes. For heavier barks and roots, simmer for 10 minutes, then steep for 20.</p>
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<em>Christopher Hobbs’s case studies are gleaned from his 30 years of studying and practicing herbalism. Hobbs, a fourth-generation botanist and herbalist, is the creator of the correspondence course Foundations of Herbalism. Visit his website at</em>
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<p>”Case Studies” is not intended to replace the advice of your health-care provider.</p>
<p>Click here for the original article, <a href=””>Healing Herbs for Healthy Digestion</a>.</p>

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