You are searching for some home remedies for IBS and at the same time are probably asking yourself the question..... What is this mysterious disorder, commonly known as a spastic colon or medically as Irritable Bowel Syndrome, which is causing me so much discomfort?
In answer to your questions, and in simple terms we are going to list
Mix together a 1/4 lb of the following:
Then add the mixture to a quart bottle of the very best brandy you can find.
Allow to stand for a few days.
1 teaspoon in a wineglass of water once a day.
Make an infusion using Buchu Leaves, and drink three times daily.
Buchu is indigenous to South Africa. The leaves contain herbal oil glands releasing an aroma similar to black current and mint, and is an excellent stimulant tonic for stomach problems.
In the olden days in Africa these leaves were soaked in Brandy and given as an aid for tummy problems.
There are various things thought to be the cause of IBS but Because food reactions are believed to be the prime cause of IBS, Medical experts believe that one of the best and most natural home remedies for IBS is to check what foods you should be avoiding as possible triggers for IBS flare-ups.
Because food reactions are believed to be the prime cause of IBS, Medical experts believe that one of the best and most natural home remedies for IBS is to check what foods you should be avoiding as possible triggers for IBS flare-ups.
And then there is another one of our natural home remedies for IBS - and that is that you should take a very good look at what herbs can be helping your symptoms.
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