Acid Reflux Smoothie

Heartburn doesn’t have to be a part of your day. Blend up this soothing acid reflux smoothie to drink as a natural heartburn relief remedy.

acid reflux smoothie

During the summer I make sure my smoothies are loaded with natural energy and healthy fats to help my skin stay happy in the hot sun. When school starts, my smoothie is full of immunity-boosting plants to keep my family as healthy as possible. And around holidays or other heavy-food events, I want a smoothie with natural heartburn relief ingredients so that I can eat without care. Today’s acid reflux smoothie recipe is just that, a soothing beverage using food to heal your body of those uncomfortable heartburn symptoms.

While smoothies are a great way to start my day off with the right nutrition and energy boost, I also utilize smoothies as a way to fuel my body with targeted ingredients. I can’t wait to share this soothing smoothie recipe with you!

This recipe is sponsored by Boiron

what to drink for acid reflux

Sipping smoothies to help with heartburn

The acid reflux smoothie I created below is made with ingredients that help provide natural heartburn relief. They go down pleasantly, stay down, and soothe.

  • Cashew milk and basil help minimize stomach acid.
  • Spinach reduces stomach acid secretions because it’s naturally low in fat + sugar.
  • Pear adds fiber and natural sweetness. Just make sure it’s super ripe.
  • Ginger is naturally anti-inflammatory, and is therefore used in many natural heartburn treatments.
  • Banana is a non-acidic food known to soothe the esophagus and stomach.
  • Oatmeal is naturally high in fiber, and diets high in fiber have fewer instances of heartburn.

Hopefully this acid reflux smoothie can help soothe your esophagus along with calming your whole body. It tastes light and is just the right amount of sweet for anyone with a sensitive palate.

soothing smoothie for heartburn relief

What to drink for acid reflux

If the smoothie recipe below helps naturally provide heartburn relief, then try these drinks as well:

Herbal tea– Herbs are great for a variety of ailments, and can assist with acid indigestion as well. Look for a stress relief chamomile or a tea targeting digestion if you want natural heartburn relief.

Low-acid smoothies– fruits like bananas, coconuts, dates + figs, melons, papaya, berries and stone fruits like nectarines and peaches are low acid options. The smoothie recipe below is also a great option!

100% fruit juice– Juice made from 100% fruit like peaches, berries and coconut can keep symptoms at bay.

Water– While this seems like an odd choice, hear me out! Water really does help the body process food, and keep things moving down (instead of up).

Golden milk– turmeric is naturally anti inflammatory and can help soothe.

Plant milk like almond, oat or coconut– if dairy becomes too heavy for you, then switching to a plant milk can help calm down heartburn symptoms. My acid reflux smoothie contains cashew milk, yet swap in the preferred milk of your choice.

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Foods that aid in natural heartburn relief

If you’re looking to get some natural heartburn relief, then look for foods like the following:

High fiber foods: oatmeal, brown rice and other whole grains as well as root veggies like carrots and sweet potatoes, and green veggies like leafy greens, asparagus, and green beans

Low acidic foods: bananas, melon, cauliflower, fennel, and nuts

Foods with a lot of water: cucumbers, celery, lettuce, watermelon, broth, tea

Avoid highly processed, fatty, and acidic foods, as these cause more instances of acid indigestion and a lot of discomfort.

More indigestion relief recipes

If you’re ready to use the power of plants for natural acid reflux relief, then check out these recipes below. My goal is to provide ways to nourish you as well as help you feel better, and these recipes can do just that:

Eating doesn’t have to be a dreaded task! Food should be delicious as well as help you fuel your passions instead of holding you back. Even this acid reflux smoothie tastes great while also helping you feel your best.

Homeopathic remedies

Aside from the soothing smoothie recipe we’re sharing today, Acidil is a homeopathic acid indigestion/plant powered heartburn relief aid that can help as well, especially when you’re out and about. I always bring their Arnica into the Grand Canyon. It helps with me to help with muscle aches and have their Oscillococcinum in my home “farmacy” at all times.

Acidil is made with plant-based active ingredients and conveniently dissolve in the mouth to relieve acid indigestion, bloating, and upset stomach. Easy to take without water, Acidil can be used any time symptoms strike, especially when traveling or out on the trail.

FAQs for natural heartburn relief

What home remedy kills heartburn?

chewing on raw ginger, or adding it to a soothing tea with honey can help. Consuming foods that are low acid, and high fiber can also help.

What can I drink to relief heartburn?

herbal tea, low acid smoothies, 100% fruit juice, water, golden milk, and plant milk are all beverages that can help in acid indigestion relief.

What is the best natural antacid?

Baking soda in water is a great way to neutralize stomach acid and stop heartburn symptoms. If you’re on the go and need convenient relief, then reach for the homeopathic remedy by Boiron called Acidil as it will dissolve under your tongue with or without water, and easily relieve symptoms.


Acid Reflux Smoothie

Stop heartburn in its tracks with this soothing acid reflux smoothie. Calm flavors + ingredients that actively fight acid reflux combined for a pleasant beverage. 
5 from 5 votes
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Course: Natural Remedy, Smoothie
Cuisine: Healing, Plant-Based
Prep Time: 3 minutes
Blending Time: 2 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
Servings: 1
Author: Jen Hansard


  • 3/4 cup cashew milk
  • 5 fresh basil - just leaves
  • 1/4 cup fresh spinach
  • 1/2 inch ginger root
  • 1 banana - frozen
  • 1/2 pear
  • 1/3 cup rolled oats


  • Blend cashew milk, basil leaves, and spinach until smooth
  • Add remaining ingredients and blend again
  • Serve over ice for a refreshingly cool smoothie



  • Use at least 1 frozen fruit for a cold smoothie.
  • Feel free to add more basil or ginger for a bolder flavor.


Calories: 282kcal | Carbohydrates: 60g | Protein: 5g | Fat: 4g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 130mg | Potassium: 686mg | Fiber: 9g | Sugar: 23g | Vitamin A: 907IU | Vitamin C: 17mg | Calcium: 39mg | Iron: 2mg
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Mom of 2, ran across the Grand Canyon and lover of smoothies, coffee & tacos. I transformed my family's health with a realistic plant-based diet. I also found myself again along the way.

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  1. Stephanie M Nichoff says:

    5 stars
    This smoothie was THE BOMB!!! I was not sure what to expect and it was SOOOO GOOD! I was energized and excited for the day!!!

  2. Jennifer Alexander says:

    5 stars
    I enjoyed the flavor and mild sweetness of this. I didn’t have pear, so substituted 1 cup of frozen peaches. I’ll make this one again for sure.

  3. Daniel says:

    5 stars
    Do you have a source for the 100% fruit juices being helpful for acid reflux? I got a paper from my doctor today that says to avoid fruit juices, but the paper looks like it was photocopied 20 years ago….

    • Simple Green Smoothies says:

      Yes! Healthline has a great article on GERD and what to drink for acid reflux. They recommend 100% fruit juice; I would say to make sure you drink fruit juice from low acid fruits.

  4. becki says:

    Just wondering if you mean basil leaves instead of mint leaves. Written in the instructions to use mint? Thank you

    • Simple Green Smoothies says:

      Thank you Becki! It should be basil for this one. You can use mint if you prefer, yet it isn’t actually helpful with acid reflux. So I would stick with basil here. 🙂

  5. Erin says:

    5 stars
    I love this different combination! Will be using basil from the garden + homemade cashew milk.

  6. Tracey Troth says:

    5 stars
    I don’t have acid reflux, but this is literally one of my favorite recipes. I make this all the time just because I love the flavor combinations. One diff is I use oat milk instead of cashew milk (and I don’t use pear… just banana). Now I’m so glad there’s an actual recipe that I can follow. Sounds really tasty.

    • Simple Green Smoothies says:

      How funny is that? Thanks for sharing some modifications.

  7. Kelly Klukowski says:

    I am not a fan of banana’s, if I leave it out will the smoothie have the same effect or should I replace it?

    • Simple Green Smoothies says:

      The banana makes it sweeter and creamier. I would suggest adding more pear and even a slice of avocado if you want the recipe to come out similar. Yet you can always just skip the banana and blend as is— it’ll be lower in sugar and still have tons of healing benefits.

  8. Deborah says:

    I’m really intrigued by this recipe. I have struggled with heartburn for years and decided last year to give up Tums— yet I haven’t found much relief. I will try this smoothie and see if I can get that Acidil as well. I have a Walgreens and it says they carry it, so that makes it easy. Thank you Jen.

    • Simple Green Smoothies says:

      You’re so welcome Deborah! Hope this gives you some relief.


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