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What are different home remedies for Common Digestive Disorders? – Part 1

– Digestive disorders are common ailments affecting millions of men, women and children.
– Such a disorder arises in case of a faulty function during the digestive process.
– This fault prevents some part of your digestive system from working normally.
– The main function of the digestive system is to process all the foods and liquids and then turn them into nutrients or energy that is required by the body.
– Food that cannot be digested gets converted to waste matter and expelled from the body during a bowel movement.
– In case there is a problem with the digestive system, this regular process cannot be carried out in the normal way.
– The factors that can cause digestive system to malfunction are known as digestive disorders.

Common digestive disorders are:
– Heartburn or Gastro Esophageal Reflux Disease (GERD)
– Constipation
– Diarrhea
– Gastritis
– Hemorrhoids
– Irritable Bowel Disease (IBS)
– Gallstones
– Celiac disease
– Peptic ulcers
– Crohn’s disease
– Ulcerative colitis
– Diverticular disease

– Regurgitation of sour liquid or food
– Dry cough
– Chest pain
– Sensation of a lump in the throat
– Sore throat or hoarseness
– Dysphagia, which is difficulty in swallowing
– Burning sensation in the chest, which could spread to the throat
– Experiencing a feeling of rectal blockage
– Passing stools that are very hard
– Having less than three bowel movements in a week
– Straining excessively during a bowel movement
– Pain in the abdominal area
– Feeling a sensation of incomplete evacuation after passing stools
– Bloating in the abdominal area
– Fever
– Pain and severe cramps in the abdomen
– Presence of blood in the stool on rare occasions
– Bloody or black stool in severe and serious cases of diarrhea
– Sensation of fullness in the upper abdomen after eating
– Nausea and vomiting
– Pain or a burning ache in the upper abdomen

– Heredity
– Exposure to Toxins
– Use of Drugs
– Stress


1. Aloe Vera
– Drink fresh Aloe Vera juice that is very high in vitamins, minerals and other essential nutrients.
– This remedy is said to relieve diarrhea, constipation and other gastrointestinal problems.

2. Probiotics
– Probiotics, which are microbial organisms, improve the digestive process in the body.
– Consume probiotic yogurt at regular intervals during the day.
– This will help to alleviate digestive disorders.

3. Teas
– Different types of tea can be very helpful in alleviating digestive problems and their associated symptoms.
– Some of the most effective tea varieties are:
• ginger tea
• chamomile tea
• green tea
• peppermint tea

4. Digestive stimulants
– Use bitter digestive stimulants and herbs:
• black cohosh
• angelica
• yarrow
• skullcap
• dandelion
• small quantities of wormwood
• mint
• lavender
• fennel
• rosemary
• juniper
• valerian
• lemon balm

5. Ginger
– Ginger tea or ginger cooked in food is a good home remedy for digestive problems.
– Stop meat.
– Stop eating dairy products and meat.
– Avoid excess fat.
– This will remove indigestion.

6. Anise Seed
– Anise seed are good to chew as a natural remedy for digestive problems.

7. Chamomile
– Take 2 to 3 heaping teaspoons of chamomile flowers and pour boiling water over them.
– Drink this tea right after each meal as an effective home remedy for digestive problems.
– Chamomile reduces smooth muscle spasms.
– Chamomile reduces inflammation in the stomach and intestines.

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