I have the Yoga journal, Aug 2011. Front cover.....Where can I find a web site for these lovely yoga clothing.
Am living in Canada and would like web site for cottons and natural fabric
I would like some homemade tea recipes.
For Joshua and Mary, an herbal remedy for acid reflux that works well is papaya leaf tea. If papaya leaf tea isn't easy to find, you can try papaya tablets...try anything made with slippery elm, marshmellow root, fennel or anise.
I drink yogi teas all the time-and they have a really cool website to explore: www.yogitea.com; I know they have several teas that are good for digestion (the ginger tea is good with a little honey). Personally I have found that peppermint tea helps with a full belly after a meal, but if I am suffering from heartburn I reach for papaya!
While pretending to be no expert on tea, I've done a little research on different types and health benefits as I enjoy multiple cups daily.
For me personally, nothing beats a nice peppermint tea after a big meal. It has been noted to aid in digestion. It is a green tea so it won't be too overpowering to someone new to tea.
If you don't mind a little reading, I use the following site to learn of herbal teas:
I would be interested in the response to Joshua's questions. I also suffer from acid reflux.
Are you by any chance a perimenopausal woman? These symptoms are quite common for us. Whether you are or not,you might want to see an herbalist, and don't leave your doctor out of the conversation. I'm perimenopausal and had those same problems,my best herbal ally is Motherwort. Too bitter for a tea- I take it as a tincture. And I'm eating less salt, exercisng more,etc.
I am new to teas in general and have only recently started drinking green tea on the advice of a friend, so i know next to nothing about the subject. I was wondering if there was a particular tea that could help with acid reflux, and where would be a good place for a beginner to start learning more about teas in general?
I have hypertension and HB pressure. My heart is beginning to skip. What tea will help me?