White flowers and green leaves of bitter candytft

Iberis amara (Bitter candytuft) – big effects brought about by small flowers

Iberis Amara (bitter candytuft) helps to keep your digestive system moving normally. Here's how it works and how it can help you.

A bush of angelica with white flowers

Angelica root (Angelicae radix) – angelic powers to combat gastrointestinal problems

The angelica root (angelica archangelica) helps to relieve cramps and spasms and relaxes your gastrointestinal muscles. Learn about its benefits and how to use it optimally - all here.

Small white flowers of caraway

Caraway fruit (Carvi fructis) – much more than a culinary herb

Caraway fruits are not only a spice, they also have anti-inflammatory effects in the gastrointestinal tract. Learn more about their benefit and use here.

Small white flowers of chamomile among grass

Chamomile flowers (Matricariae flos) – universal ingredient

Chamomile blossoms helps keep your digestive system moving as it should, as it has a relaxing effect and can balance motility of the stomach. Learn more about the benefits and uses here.

Fluffy purple flowers of St. Mary's Thistle among grass

Milk thistle fruits (Cardui mariae fructus) – a crowned plant that protects the liver

The milk thistle fruits benefits include its mucosa-protective properties, which unfold in the stomach.  They protect the stomach and the liver. Learn more about the benefits and use here!

Green leaves of lemon balm

Lemon balm leaves (Melissae folium) – liquid gold that calms the stomach

Lemon balm has a calming effect, helping to easing stomach and bowel cramps. Find out the benefits of Melissa and how to use it.

Tiny yellow flowers of celandine among grass.

Celandine (Chelidonium herba) – a gift from heaven for the stomach

Celandine (Chelidonium majus) can help to keep your digestive system moving normally. Learn more about its benefits and use for digestion

Green leaves of peppermint.

Peppermint leaves (Menthae piperitae folium) – aromatic and medicinal

Peppermint leaves help to relieve cramps in the stomach and bowels. They can also ease stomach pain and reduce bloating and gas.

Green leaves and tiny purple flowers of liquorice.

Liquorice root (Liquiritiae radix) – a sweet that is good for the stomach

The liquorice root has a calming and relaxing effect on the stomach. Find out its benefits and how to optimally use liquorice for stomach problems

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