Fennel - Candy-coated fennel gives you a little something to chew on that tastes like candy but with side benefits of reducing bloat and tummy cramping. You can find it at many Asian or Indian grocers. If you don't have any, give your spice rack a look and make a warm tea of them.
Pumpkin pie spice - Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Ginger, and Cloves! You don't have to wait for pumpkin pie day to use this! Add it to warm milk, hot chocolate, or plain tea and enjoy the digestion warming benefits! Or try adding it to a dish. Fresh cranberries that have been pulsed into a puree with a bit of orange peel and these spices added are delicious!
Mints - Last but not least are our mint family herbs. This can be peppermint, spearmint, lemon balm, sage, basil, or one of my favorites; holy basil. A quick cup of tea will have your tummy feeling much better and ready for late night seconds of your Thanksgiving dinner!
If you aren't a do-it-yourself type herb person, I sell a digestive blend called 'Turkey Dinner Regrets' that is a great herb blend to have on hand any time that tummy trouble hits. Head over to my appointment page to schedule a pick-up if you need some this holiday season!