Home Remedies For Upset Stomach And Diarrhea

Home Remedies For Upset Stomach And Diarrhea

Stomach aches and diarrhea are usually associated with our nutrition. However, seemingly innocent problems can lead to serious health complications, so it is important that we recognize them. Many people suffer from heartburn, reflux and other issues of the stomach. I have some home remedies for upset stomach and diarrhea that could help you.

When having regular stomach problems, you have to figure out what is causing you issues. When you know the cause, you can treat it. I will tell you about teas that can relieve your stomach aches and help you to establish a normal stomach functioning without pain.

Home Remedies for Upset Stomach and Diarrhea

Next teas are herbal teas and can help you to stop stomach aches and diarrhea. They have active ingredients that help the stomach to function normally. Which are they?

Licorice

LicoriceLicorice is used as a natural remedy for coughing and mucus excretion. It destroys infectious calls, stimulates the functioning of the salivary glands and strengthens the secretion of digestive juices.

Drink tea from licorice after a meal, and thus stimulate digestion. It should also be effective in gastric diseases (inflammation, ulcers).

For this purpose, take one teaspoon (or less) of the licorice powder and make a cup of tea. You can also regularly enjoy purified ghee with a licorice (half a teaspoon every day). These two can also be used externally to treat surface wounds and injuries regarding Ayurveda medicine.

Prepare a licorice tea from the roots. Take a half of teaspoon or one teaspoon of dried roots (or licorice powder) and pour a cup of boiling water over them. Cook for five to ten minutes. You can drink up to three cups of tea per day after a meal.

Mallow Tea

Mallow is a plant that has a lot of mucus and it can protect your stomach. The mallow roots contain up to 35% of mucus, which decomposes on glucose and xylose during the hydrolysis process. They also contain a lot of starch, pectin, sucrose, flavone glycosides, amino acids, fatty acids, malic acid, tannins and phosphorus.

MallowMallow tea is known for coughing and respiratory issues but is also effective when having stomach problems. You can drink this tea for the treatment of airway catarrh with accompanying cough, inflamed oral and gut mucous membranes, gastric and intestinal catarrh, inflammation of the urinary bladder and urethra, and the removal of stones.

Flavonoids are one of the compounds that mallow has. They have a beneficial effect on hypertension, cardiovascular disorders, hypercholesterolemia, inflammation, diabetes, asthma, allergies, cancers and rheumatic diseases. Mallow has an antioxidant effect.

These flavonoids act as antioxidants in inflammatory processes. The anti-inflammatory effect appears as a consequence of their involvement in the metabolism of arachidonic acid, which consequently prevents the formation of prostaglandins (which causes pain). Therefore mallow is a good herb when having stomach inflammation and stomach related problems.

Ginger Tea

GingerGinger is one of the oldest spices and very common in treating diseases and health problems today. It is very useful in fighting against gastric and digestive disorders.

Many studies have shown that ginger helps in slow digestion (relieving tension and abdominal cramps), but also in the case of heartburn. In addition, ginger stops diarrhea and is recommendable even in cases of food poisoning.

Smaller quantities of ginger stimulate the secretion of digestive juices, thus helping to eliminate gastrointestinal disturbances. The freshest ginger root is the most effective. . Make a ginger tea from the roots or you can also use ginger powder. In case of heartburn, cook ginger tea, but do not add sugar to it (you can mix some honey in it).

Ginger is a natural solution for heartburn and it also reduces the level of cholesterol in the blood. No matter what health condition you are in, go ahead and prepare yourself a ginger tea. It will do a big favor to your body.

Chamomile Tea

Chamomile

Due to the wide spectrum of the active ingredients of chamomile, it is used for a variety of purposes. Chamomile preparations can be used internally and externally.

A tea from chamomiles is important in the treatment of gastric and intestinal diseases as it acts as antiphlogistic, spasmolytic, and carminative, but it also has bactericidal and fungicidal activity.

This tea can be used for the elimination of stomach cramps, in the treatment of inflammation of the colon and small intestines (enteritis) and gastric mucosa (enteritis), diarrhea, and gastric and intestinal ulcers, and they also help with menstrual problems. Chamomile tea also has beneficial effects on irritability, insomnia and fatigue.

Stress is an Enemy of the Stomach

I mention stress many times in my articles since it causes many health problems and also diseases. Do you remember when you were upset and your stomach reacted? Stress increases the amount of adrenaline in the body, which has an incentive effect on the organs.

In normal physiological conditions, only the amount of gastric juice required in digestion is produced in the stomach. There is a balance between gastric acid and the protective layer of the gastric mucosa.

If aggressive factors prevail over the defensive, the stomach begins to produce excessive hydrocholic acid and the balance breaks down. Problems are indicated as pain and discomfort in the upper abdomen or lower thoracic part, feeling of stomach fullness, bloating, belching, nausea and heartburn.

This is why stress has to be controlled. I know it is easier to say than do but if you find a way to control your stressful moments, you will also eliminate the possibility of stomach problems and in the worst case some modern diseases as cancer, Alzheimer’s and other.

Use home remedies for upset stomach and diarrhea and watch on your nutrition and managing stress.

Vania Pinteric
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My name is Vania Pinteric and I am a tea lover who has a passion for drinking and exploring different kinds of teas. Today my partner and I are big tea lovers who doesn’t miss a day without at least one cup of tea. My tea passion grew day by day, so I decided to inspire people to get to know the aromatic world of teas.

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