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When you are suffering from indigestion, formally known as dyspepsia, most people are eager for rapid relief, and that can come in the form of mint. Chewing on mint leaves is a well known digestive aid, as is drinking mint tea or concentrated mint juice. This remedy will not only reduce inflammation in the gut, which may be causing indigestion, but also improve the efficiency of your digestion, ensuring that you get the most nutrients out of your food, and eliminating the symptoms of dyspepsia, such as nausea, cramping, vomiting, diarrhea and bloating. Protection Status
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