Acid Reflux from tea

Acid Reflux from tea

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cambece

Peabody, MA

#1 Oct 9, 2006
I've found that tea makes my acid reflux worse. Has anyone else noticed if tea does that to them?

JA Cambece
JA Cambece Law Office
saxmaam

United States

#2 Nov 15, 2006
Yes! Acidic drinks move me from "no-problem" to "problem". I"m trying to figure out how to change the pH of my kombucha tea so I can keep drinking it. That's how I happened to see your post.
cambece

Peabody, MA

#3 Nov 15, 2006
saxmaam wrote:
Yes! Acidic drinks move me from "no-problem" to "problem". I"m trying to figure out how to change the pH of my kombucha tea so I can keep drinking it. That's how I happened to see your post.
Don't Kombucha's always have an acidic PH?

JA Cambece
JA Cambece Law Office
tgif

Montréal, Canada

#4 Nov 17, 2006
is this for all tea? even the black tea like the normal ones example Teatly? my husband has big issues with indigestions and no one cant find anything...did all the tests in the world...since hes from UK and yes does drink regular tea i thought of asking if its also black tea...

thank you
Krista

Menomonee Falls, WI

#5 Mar 29, 2007
Rooibos Tea is alkaline. You can find a variety of organic rooibos, and rooibos blends at www.rishi-tea.com
anonymous

Wylie, TX

#6 May 5, 2007
cambece wrote:
I've found that tea makes my acid reflux worse. Has anyone else noticed if tea does that to them?
JA Cambece
JA Cambece Law Office
I would imagine your evil debt collection practices would be the originating source for your acid reflux. Maybe try treating people better and breaking the law a little less and maybe it will get better.
amrose

Edinburgh, UK

#8 Feb 20, 2008
I HAVE SUFFERED REFLUX FOR SEVERAL YEARS, AND FOUND IN MY CASE TEA SEEMS TO BE THE CAUSE, DRINK
DECAFF TEA ONLY AND IT SHOULD GO AWAY, ALSO TAKE
A PRODUCT CALLED ALKERMAX FROM VICTORIA HEALTH, I CANNOT RECOMMEND THIS HIGHLY ENOUGH IT WILL GET RID OF IT.
Jimbo

Adelaide, Australia

#9 Nov 16, 2008
Just finished a pot of tea. Lovely but now the reflux is hitting. Sure that is what is causing it and that is why I googled it. So yes it seems black tea can cause Reflux.
zui chun hao jasmine tea

Xiamen, China

#10 Nov 17, 2008
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zui chun hao jasmine tea

Xiamen, China

#12 Nov 17, 2008
1.Jasmine flower tea
Zui Chun Hao Jasmine tea is honored as the most fragrant and popular scented Chinese tea in the world. This tea is light, delicate, slightly sweet and every cup comes with a distinctive fresh jasmine fragrance. The strong flowery aroma of this tea is very soothing so that it is well worth tasting it for you !

2.jasmine dragon pearl
Jasmine dragon pearl is our finest and most exquisite Jasmine tea. Featured by its sweet and pleasant fragrance ,this tea is special due to the scenting process, the tea that is used as its base, and the care taken afterwards. Researchers in Japan found that people who drink green regularly have a lower chance to get cancer or develop heart diseases. It is a great tasting healthy tea for you to drink!

3.Jasmine silver needle
Jasmine silver needle is used the baked green tea of the large-medium leaf and fresh jasmine flowers as its raw materials and fumigates them delicately .It smells pure and fragrant ,looks solid and slender just like needle.Its taste is delicate, yet pronounced, with a long balanced sweetness.You will enjoy it and be attracted by its permanent aroma !
4.Jade Butterfly:
Jade Butterfly is a high quality white hand-tied tea produced from young buds picked in the spring with Ethereal fragrant whole leaves rolled into the shape of a Jade Butterfly, and then scented with Jasmine flowers. The tea unfurl gently in hot water to release a clean, smooth taste with a jasmine fragrance.
5.Snow Dragon:
Snow Dragon is a high quality white hand-tied tea produced from young buds picked in the spring with Ethereal fragrant whole leaves rolled into the shape of a Snow Dragon, and then scented with Jasmine flowers. The tea unfurl gently in hot water to release a clean, smooth taste with a jasmine fragrance.
Judy

AOL

#13 Feb 8, 2009
I own a tea room and I have to say that I drink organic Rooibos tea with no ill effects at all. It is known to help digestive problems. It is soothing and has many good properties to it.
Try some! You can find it almost anywhere tea is sold. It might be listed also as red tea. Make sure it is organic and does not have any additives like lemon that could not help acid relux. Also, drinking water can be acidic.
Scott

Orlando, FL

#14 Mar 9, 2009
Apple Cider Vinegar cured me after 30 years and every med out there!!! One teaspoon... A little honey (for taste) and about an ounce of water... Twice a day!! Remarkable!!
Ron

Silverado, CA

#15 Mar 9, 2009
We have a tea shop and drink all kinds of varieties all day long with little or no problems. In talking with customers who do, we commonly find that they are oversteeping their teas which release more of the tanic acid in the leaf. This is especially common in the black teas and even more so in bagged teas as they normally contain what is referred to as dust or fannings. Dust and fannings expose more of the leaf edge that will in turn release more tanic acid.
Rooibos, as mentioned above, along with other tisane/herbal varieties are also an option, especially if the culpriot for you is the caffiene.
More information is available through www.merkabaonline.com
Karl K

Berlin, WI

#16 Mar 15, 2009
I tried using the apple cider vinegar, and had a very painful bout of reflux. My doctor said the vinegar thing works for low stomach acid, but not for an esophagus damaged by reflux, as mine was. If you know you have erosion in your esophagus, please don't use vinegar. It's pure acetic acid.
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Since: Mar 09

Pune, India

#17 Mar 18, 2009
Try shifting to green tea from black tea. It has plenty of health benefits and is actually good for the stomach apart from having many other health benefits. You could also try chamomile or white tea.
Xorberates

Cazalegas, Spain

#19 Jul 5, 2009
Tea in the afternoon ALWAYS gives me heartburn and if drunk after supper sometimes causes acid reflux and a horrible choking
tharealthing

Lexington, KY

#20 Aug 5, 2009
yes i have learned that tea is a big problem with my acid reflux but i love tea and i only drink decaf tea. and i just tried the mustard thing and it burned the crap out of my stomach....
sans

United States

#21 Oct 2, 2009
Scott wrote:
Apple Cider Vinegar cured me after 30 years and every med out there!!! One teaspoon... A little honey (for taste) and about an ounce of water... Twice a day!! Remarkable!!
dose it really work, i feel like my insides are on fire sometimes, i will try that i just hate this burning like feeling.
zach

East Northport, NY

#22 Oct 15, 2009
Try drinking Rooibos or Red Tea. It is Caffeine free. It comes from the Red Bush in South Africa. Try getting some from http://www.youmeandtea.com/Rooibos_Tea_s/4.ht... They have some really nice flavors.
Testona

New York, NY

#23 May 25, 2010
Green tea seems OK, even with caffeine, but black tea triggers the acid reflux every time, so no more.

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