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Effective Natural Remedies For Hyperacidity


When there is an excessive acid build-up in your body, you usually, feel a burning sensation in your stomach or chest. This burning sensation is known as acidity.

Acidity, which is also called acid reflux or heartburn, is a condition wherein the gastric glands excessively secret hydrochloric acid (required to digest food by breaking it into simpler forms).

Some of the primary causes of acidity are irregular eating patterns, excessive drinking of alcohol, stress, eating spicy foods, and lack of physical exercise.


Easy Home Remedies For Acidity



Bananas


Banana is a low-acid fruit that helps you combat discomfort associated with acid reflux by coating your irritated esophageal lining. It is also rich in fiber, which wards off indigestion and strengthens the digestive system. Pectin, a soluble fiber found in bananas, prevents food from sticking around the digestive tract, thus preventing the continuous generation of acid. The best way to keep acidity at bay is by consuming overripe bananas


Clove


Clove has been used a long time ago to treat acidity and prevent flatulence. It has carminative properties that increase the movement of food down the stomach, aids in digestion, improve saliva production and provides immediate relief from acid reflux. Moreover, it can also soothe inflamed and damages the stomach lining. Simply chew a piece of clove after your meals to lessen the discomfort caused by acidity and lower acid reflux.


Green Vegetables


Vegetables like kale, Brussels sprout, spinach, spinach, and asparagus are low in sugar and fat and highly alkaline which make them good against your stomach acid and for the digestive system.


Melons


Melons are highly alkaline and are rich in magnesium which is often present in numerous medicines for acid reflux. Honeydew melon and cantaloupe are especially good.


A Cold Glass Of Milk


This remedy is not recommended for those who are lactose intolerant.

Calcium, which is found in milk, can help prevent the formation of acid in the stomach. Aside from this, it also stabilizes excessive acid production in the abdomen.


Coconut Water


Coconut water helps is restoring the normal secretion of stomach acids. It is used an anti-acid which controls the Ph levels of the body, thus making it alkaline.


Honey


Honey is rich in antioxidant, antibacterial, and anti-viral properties. For thousands of years, this remedy has been used in Ayurvedic medicine to soothe the throat and ease acid reflux symptoms.
For a soothing effect, you can simply take one teaspoon of honey or mix it with a glass of warm water or tea.


Cinnamon


Aside from its incredible taste, cinnamon has healing properties that help settle down the stomach and reduces the acidic reaction. You can consume it with warm water or tea.


Holy Basil


Holy basil can effectively treat acidity problems. All you have to do is to regularly consume cleaned leaves of this plant on an empty stomach.


Ginger


Ginger can help neutralize stomach acids due to its digestive and anti-inflammatory properties. You can directly chew a slice of ginger or drink a tea made from ginger. Adding ginger into your food can also help you keep your body’s pH levels balanced

1 comment:

  1. Is there a big difference between a regular Basil and a Holy basil?

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