Home Remedies for indigestion is perhaps what you need to help relieve the persistent episodes of stomach distress which are happening to you after eating.
Because some foods are less easy to digest than others, they can prompt bouts of indigestion among susceptible people ...... and the biggest culprits are
Raw Salad Vegetables
Raw vegetables such as onions, radishes and cucumber can be difficult to digest.
Taking Liquids while eating.
Too much liquid whilst eating dilutes the digestive juices, but a glass of wine aids them.
Hot Spicy Foods
Hot spicy foods like curries especially in large quantities often tend to "repeat" on oneself.
Fatty foods or fried foods can stimulate acid output in the gut which can cause uncomfortable feelings of indigestion.
2 tablespoons sugar
1 tablespoon dried ground chamomile
1 tablespoon aniseed
Mix well and take a half teaspoon after each meal.
Chamomile has been known through the centuries as an excellent digestive herb, and aniseed as a valuable herb for expelling gas from the stomach.
Half a teaspoon peppermint essence in
half a cup of hot water
The carminative oils in peppermint are soluble in water therefore a peppermint essence will work much better than an infusion made from this herb which is well respected as a digestive aid and its ability to soothe the lining of the stomach.
Now it makes sense which there are always mints available in restaurants when leaving after a good meal.
Take a quarter cup of aloe vera juice on an empty stomach in the morning and again at bedtime.
Aloe vera is not only a digestive aid but also a natural laxative and excellent for heartburn and indigestion.
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"An Empty stomach is not a good political adviser."
~ Albert Einstein ~
"A fat stomach never breeds fine thoughts."
~ St Jerome ~
"I have flabby thighs, but fortunately my stomach covers them."
~Joan Rivers ~
"When a man's stomach is full it makes no difference whether he is rich or poor.
~ Euripides ~
Pineapples are high in fiber and are such an incredibly "sweet way" of promoting healthy bowels and avoiding indigestion.
This fruit contains bromelain which is a mixture of enzymes that help to digest protein.
And then it also helps dissolve blood clots and is good for prevention of osteoporosis and bone fractures because of its high manganese content.
And to top it all it also has antibacterial and anti-viral qualities.
The information on this site does not constitute medical advice. Always consult with your Health Professional.