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Aloe Vera & Stomach Problems
Aloe vera can help digestive complaints such as indigestion, acid reflux, stomach bloating, flatulence and irritable bowel syndrome by cleansing the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, reducing colonic build-up, etc... It also has anti-inflammatory effects on the lining of the GI tract. Aloe vera also contains vitamins A, E & B-12, zinc, magnesium, calcium and essential fatty acids.
Spring Valley - Aloe Vera Gel 25 mg, Concentrated Extract, 50 Softgels by Spring Valley. $10.25. Aloe Vera is soothing to digestive tract irritations, such as colitis and peptic ulcers. The anti-inflammatory fatty acids are also helpful for the stomach, small intestine and colon. It alkalises the digestive juices preventing overacidity - a common cause of indigestion. Amongst many other ailments that have been helped by Aloe Vera are diverticulitis, Irritable Bowel Synd...
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Papaya is one of the most nutrient dense and healing fruits on the planet. It is extremely high in beta carotene, vitamins C & A, and minerals such as calcium, phosphorus, potassium, and iron. It is a phenomenal fruit for helping to heal any type of digestive disorder such as constipation, acid reflux, colitis, pancreatitis, irritable bowel syndrome, ulcers, celiac’s disease, H.pylori, diverticulitis, indigestion, bloating, flatulence, and stomach upset.
11 Foods That Can Help Your Awful Heartburn
Aloe vera Aloe vera is famous as a natural healing agent and also seems to treat acid reflux. It is available as a living plant, but the leaves or liquid form are sometimes sold separately in groceries and health-food stores. Aloe vera can be used in recipes as a thickener and for congealing liquids.
Acid Reflux Remedies, Acid Reflux at Night and Natural Remedy for Indigestion
Acid Reflux Remedies, Acid Reflux at Night and Natural Remedy for Indigestion *taking 1/2 teaspoon of Baking Soda & mixed in a glass of water can give immediate relief. The heartburn baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) cocktail is a quick remedy*
Baking Soda: The Pros and Cons for Heartburn Relief | Livestrong.com
Drinking baking soda dissolved in water is a quick and affordable method of neutralizing the effects of an acidic diet or meal. Baking soda readily dissolves in water and is absorbed quickly in the intestines. It can be helpful for acid reflex, indigestion or an upset stomach.