Last Updated on September 12, 2019
Our digestive system is greatly challenged, thanks to the ever-widening menu of foods processing, chemicals, additives, preservatives, etc. To add to this issue, we must jump on to home remedies like eat irregularly, exercise little, work late and are constantly stressed. Certain food and beverages can cause indigestion as they irritate the digestive tract. These include alcohol, sodas, coffee, fried food, white flour based food, spicy and greasy food, preserved foods, etc. You may also suffer from indigestion if you have liver problems, gallstones, ulcers and lack friendly bacteria. Psychological factors such as stress, anxiety, and anger also contribute to indigestion.
Home Remedies for Combating the problem of Indigestion
Take a look at the following natural remedies that help in alleviating indigestion.
It has long used as an aid for being an upset stomach. Its juice can be diluted with water and honey and consumed (slightly warm) if you have indigestion. Those who experience nausea and vomiting will greatly benefit by using nausea. Nausea caused due to pregnancy, motion sickness, indigestion or as a result of anesthesia or chemotherapy by using ginger.
Herbs teas made from peppermint leaves are very helpful in combating acidity and gas. Peppermint oil contains menthol which has beneficial effects on the intestines.
If your indigestion is due to lack of gut-friendly bacteria then having a bowl of curd a day will help to restore the balance. Lactobacillus acidophilus a strain of bacteria existing I’m curds helps to replace the gut flora and improve overall digestion.
This is a plant known for its medicinal properties. It helps solve a whole range of digestive problems. In order to extract fresh juice, just tear open the Aloe Vera leaf and scrape off the sticker juice with a spoon into a cup. Drink it fresh twice a day. It helps in correct acidity, constipation, heartburn, and gas. It has an excellent remedy for dry skin.