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Indigestion, inflammation, or intoxication? These are the best home remedies

Indigestion, inflammation, or intoxication? These are the best home remedies

Indigestion, inflammation, or intoxication? These are the best home remedies

How many unique moments have you missed due to an upset stomach? That is why we share the best home remedies to relieve indigestion, inflammation, or intoxication. 

Chamomile tea

Is well known that chamomile brings multiple health benefits like calming nerves, releasing the tension, stabilizing the digestive system, reducing nausea, and eliminating insomnia. Drinking a cup of chamomile tea after meals helps you to avoid gas and possible stomach discomfort. For pregnant women is not recommended chamomile consumption.


When you feel menstrual cramps or stomach distress, you can consume a cup of peppermint tea. By nature, peppermint helps  you to relax the muscles. If you suffer from irritable bowels this may be your solution. Besides, the smell of this plant is medicinal for many people, as it transmits freshness and stimulates the senses, chewing the mint leaves improves the color of the teeth and leaves an unforgettable breath.


Mint is another ideal herb to relieve indigestion. It can be consumed directly or through infusions or tea. It also stands out for its great scent that gives you a fresh and relaxed feeling. It can also be used as a beverage decoration or seasoning for some foods. Even the US National Library of Medicine confirmed that peppermint consumption relieves indigestion. During pregnancy, you must avoid mint consumption.


Turmeric can be consumed as an infusion with water or warm milk. According to a University of Reading study, turmeric is a great anti-inflammatory. This helps reduce pain and some irritable bowel disease symptoms.

Rice water

Rice water is used for aesthetic and medicinal purposes. This home remedy is recommended for people with diarrhea because rise can regulate digestive processes and avoid dehydration. When making rice water, the aim is to separate the starch from this cereal, as this element is responsible for absorbing the excess liquid that the intestinal mucosa presents, considerably reducing the colitis that is occurring.

Aloe Vera or Aloe Vera

Aloe vera or aloe is increasingly recognized for its great benefits. Consuming aloe vera crystals can help with healing processes, sunburn, bleaching of spots and many others. A study carried out by the Linus Pauling Institute of Science and Medicine, in California, USA indicates that the consumption of aloe vera serves to cleanse the digestive tract and should be consumed when suffering from colitis, irritable bowel or heartburn.

Sodium bicarbonate

Generally when we have stomach inflammations, it is due to an excess of air in this area, for this reason the consumption of sodium bicarbonate with water is perfect to reduce inflammation because thanks to this combination it helps to eliminate these discomfort through belching and is a Natural antacid to relieve heartburn and acid indigestion. (US National Library of Medicine).

As they are natural ingredients, these foods are highly effective in relieving indigestion, inflammation or intoxication. In addition, if they are consumed regularly after meals they can avoid stomach upset.