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Digestive Disorder and Remedies

2012 July 26


  • Regular occurrence of heart burn is considered as gastroesophageal reflux (GERD) disease. If GERD is untreated, it can lead to serious conditions like scarring and stricture of oesophagus.
  • Many Americans suffer from the pain associated with peptic ulcer. Gastrointestinal bleeding is one of the major complications of peptic ulcer. Black stools, blood in stools and vomiting with blood are the symptoms of the gastrointestinal bleeding.
  • Chronic constipation can cause bloating and pain in the stomach. Haemorrhoids or piles is the first complication of constipation. Impaction (tools that are accumulated and are hard to pass naturally) and lazy bowel syndrome (bowels will stop functioning without laxative) are the other complications. To avoid lazy bowel syndrome, start using natural laxative like bananas and other fibrous fruit.

Remedies and Home Remedies:

  • Sip chamomile tea to relieve stress that inflames the stomach lining.
  • Take Amla or also known as Indian Gooseberry to reduce dyspepsia and stomach burning.
  • Ginger extract can be taken in the form of tea to ease acidity.
  • Asparagus is good for stomach cramping.
  • To ease stomach upset, chew fennel seeds
  • Avoid drinking coffee and chocolate beverages, instead opt for milk.
  • ripe banana taken with milk is a good laxative
  • Take licorice powder and mix with honey and ghee. This mixture can be taken two times a day before meal.

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