4 NATURAL REMEDIES YOU DID NOT KNOW FOR STOMACH ACHE

Stomach discomfort can be experienced by cramps, food that has gone bad or by some indigestion. In case you did not know, several natural remedies offer relief. Take advantage of the properties of ginger, chamomile, mint or aloe vera. Discover here their power.

  • A cup of hot tea might be just what you need if you feel bad about the stomach. Ginger root tea has been widely appreciated in the East since ancient times and is credited with anti-inflammatory properties. It is also said to stimulate gastric juices which help improve digestion and decrease stomach acidity. To prepare an infusion boil water and add the grated root, let it rest and drink hot.

 

  • Chamomile, also called chamomile, is one of the most popular flowers and used within the popular herbarium. Drinking it in tea is a popular remedy to relieve various digestive disorders, including indigestion and intestinal gas (flatulence).
4 NATURAL REMEDIES YOU DID NOT KNOW FOR STOMACH ACHE

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  • Drinking aloe vera juice can be a very good choice for relieving stomach upset and reducing inflammation. According to a study by the Linus Pauling Institute of Science and Medicine in California, USA, the usual consumption of aloe in patients suffering from colitis, heartburn or irritable bowel is perfect for cleansing the digestive tract, in addition to which helps people suffering from constipation and diarrhea.

 

  • If you suffer from indigestion, drinking a cup of mint tea may also help relieve the discomfort. According to the National Library of Medicine of the United States, peppermint oil has been used historically for numerous health conditions, including indigestion. For its part, Natural Standard emphasizes that preliminary evidence suggests that peppermint oil may be beneficial for symptoms.
4 NATURAL REMEDIES YOU DID NOT KNOW FOR STOMACH ACHE

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