Herbs to Ease Your Hangover Part 1
Keep these natural, herbal solutions close at hand to help dispel that morning-after feeling as quickly as possible.
- Chamomile – A cup of chamomile tea will do wonders to soothe headaches and indigestion, especially when sweetened with energy boosting honey instead of sugar. It can also reduce irritability and promote better sleep. A cup of warm chamomile tea is invaluable for promoting well being, including good sleep and the soothing of headaches.
- Dandelion – Dandelion is an excellent natural detoxifier and diuretic, it stimulates the kidney’s sensory nerves, aiding the detoxification process. It helps the liver and gall bladder to remove toxins. Dandelion leaves can be brewed to make a liver tonic. Dandelion is a common herb that can be ground up and brewed in a tea to help cleanse and detoxify.
- Fennel – A lukewarm cup of fennel tea will ease nausea and indigestion, and can act to reduce the effects of alcohol on the body. Fennel is, however, a herb you should not use if you are pregnant or of you suffer from epilepsy. Fennel, when made into a tea, relieves ailments of the digestive system and gut such as indigestion and nausea.