Natural Home Remedies Of Indigestion

Nothing is impossible in the world. In today’s scientific world scientists have found treatments for almost all kinds of diseases. Similarly there are certain or say many remedies of indigestion as well. Given below is a list of remedies of indigestion.

Home remedies for indigestion

Baking Soda:

This is one of the most traditional methods used to cure indigestion. Add half tea spoon of baking soda in a glass of water and stir it well until it dissolves completely in water and then drink it. Baking soda balances the stomach acid and assists in releasing gas and prevents bloating (a condition where you feel that your stomach is full).

Peppermint oil:

Peppermint oil has digestive properties which help in smooth digestion of food. Thus it is advised to include 1 tsp of peppermint oil in your meals so that digestions of heavy foods also take place efficiently. People who drink tea or coffee may also add peppermint oil in tea or in hot water. As tea contains caffeine, peppermint is a great option to include in tea.

Ginger:

Ginger is also one of the remedies to cure an upset stomach thus improving digestion. A ginger candy or a strong ginger tea is more than enough for curing indigestion problems.

Lemon Juice:

A glass of hot water with a tablespoon of fresh lemon juice is also advisable. Drinking lemon juice every morning on an empty stomach helps to maintain the metabolism rate for the entire day.

Fennel or Caraway seeds:

These are kinds of seeds to stop indigestion. They contain certain herbal oil that alleviate muscle spasm in the intestine and relieve nausea and control flatulence.

Pineapple juice:

Pineapple is a rich source of vitamin C and vitamin B1. It helps build our immunity system to fight against various diseases and infections of stomach. Pineapple or pineapple juice plays a major role in solving digestion problems. Pineapple contains bromelain which helps in break down of proteins and improve proper digestion in the body.

Bananas:

Bananas contain great amounts of fiber. This fiber content overcomes indigestion problems. Oranges also contain a great amount of fiber.

Honey:

Two tablespoons of honey along with cinnamon powder before having a heavy meal helps reduce digestion of all the heavy contents.

Coriander leaves:

Coriander or mint juice or a mixture of buttermilk and coriander is a good remedy for indigestion. Coriander helps in dealing with stomach infections caused by fungus and bacteria. It helps to increase the production of enzymes that are useful for digestion.

Garlic:

4 to 5 pieces of garlic everyday helps in reducing gas problems in your stomach.

Aniseed:

Aniseed is a type of herb and is used as a natural antacid to replace tums in order to treat indigestion.

Grapes or grape juice:

Grapes or grapes juice is also a solution for indigestion.

Apple Cider Vinegar:

One can have 1 teaspoon of apple cider vinegar along with water particularly when he has eaten a very heavy meal.

Toasted Bread:

Toasted bread reduces the acidity level of the body.

Radish:

Eating radish with salt and black pepper also adds up to reduce the digestion problems.

Medical Remedies for Indigestion

Artichoke leaf:

Artichoke leaf extract increases the level of digestion as it helps to increase the quantity of bile flow which is an essential digestive juice used for digesting fats. It helps in cholesterol reduction. Purchase the appropriate products that are made from artichoke leaf extract and use them as suggested. Do consult your doctor before having it.

Deglycyrrhizinated licorice (DGL):

It is a compound that protects the lining that might occur in the stomach and in the esophagus that occurs due to acid irritation. If one takes two tablets and chews them for 15 minutes before meals and before going to bed or half tea spoon of DGL powder instead of tablets taken during indigestion issues, helps fight indigestion.

Antacid:

Antacid is also a medical remedy for curing indigestion. Antacids are made available in tablet or in liquid form. They can be brought from any of the chemists. If you are confused and do not know which one is the best remedy you can consult your doctor. Antacids neutralize the acids in the stomach so that the irritation in the stomach is reduced. One can take antacids after meals or before going to bed.

Other remedies:

Meditation:

Continuous meditations, yogas, various asans will help you overcome indigestion. The best way is to sit in vajrasana for about 5 to 10 minutes after having meals. It helps to increase the digestion rate of the body.

Food eating habits:

Eat food slowly and chew them properly before you swallow big morsels of food.

Mud pack therapy:

This therapy helps to increase the functioning level of the tissues in the body thus regularizing the process of digestion.

Wet abdominal pack and hip bath:

Hip bath and wet abdominal back also helps in reducing the digestive problems.

After experimenting with all these remedies of indigestion if you are still facing indigestion issues, then you need to consult a doctor for further treatment.

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