GET RID OF DIARRHEA FAST With These 8 Natural Herbs (2019)

September 10, 2019

Diarrhea is a common form of gastrointestinal
infection, which can lead to excessive bowel movements in order to remove toxins from the
body. It typically results in both abdominal pain
and extremely watery stool. We’ve all experienced bouts of diarrhea
at some point in our lives. Diarrhea is a sign that your body is trying
to rid itself of something toxic in your system. Luckily, there are many approaches and home
remedies to bring comfort and support the body. Welcome to the health room
Here are 8 natural herbs to get rid of diarrhea fast Number 1
Psyllium Psyllium is used as an herbal remedy for diarrhea
and relieving constipation due to its high mucilage and fiber content. During bouts of diarrhea, taking psyllium
husk may help slow down the frequency and severity of the condition. The psyllium husk helps slow the movements
of the intestines to reduce bowel movements. Psyllium husk also absorbs excess liquid in
the intestines and helps to add bulk to the stool. Number 2
Carob Carob is very rich in tannins, which are astringent
substances found in many plants, that have a binding effect on the mucous membranes of
the intestinal tract. This makes its effectiveness high in adults
with diarrhea, but even more so when used for children and infants experiencing diarrhea. The primary chemical constituents are largely
sugars and tannins found in the carob pods. When the pods are consumed the gum-like stability
acts as a thickening agent to aid the body in retaining water and fastening together
watery stools. Number 3
Cinnamon Cinnamon contains several antioxidants that
may help ease digestion and reduce the risk of irritation and damage in the digestive
tract. Some of the antioxidants in cinnamon include
eugenol, cinnamaldehyde, linalool and camphor. People with an upset stomach could try adding
1 tsp of good-quality cinnamon powder, or an inch of cinnamon stick, to their meals. Alternatively, they could try mixing the cinnamon
with boiling water to make a tea. Doing these two or three times daily may help
to relieve diarrhea. Number 4
Ginger Ginger is a common natural remedy for an upset
stomach and diarrhea. Ginger contains chemicals called gingerols
and shogaols that can help speed up stomach contractions. The chemicals in ginger may also help to reduce
nausea, vomiting, and indigestion. People with an upset stomach could try adding
ginger to their food or drinking it as a tea. Some all-natural ginger ales may also contain
enough ginger to settle an upset stomach. Number 5
Chamomile Chamomile had antispasmodic and anti-inflammatory
abilities which can ease abdominal pain and aid in stopping loose motions. It can relieve inflammation and relax the
abdominal muscles to promote proper functioning of the digestive system. To 1 cup of boiling water, add 1 teaspoon
of chamomile flowers. Let it steep for about 15 minutes. Drink this herbal tea at least thrice a day
to speed up the healing process. You can also use prepackaged chamomile tea
bags. Number 6
Mint In addition to sweetening the breath, the
menthol in mint may help with the preventing vomiting and diarrhea, reducing muscle spasms
in the intestines and relieving pain. Raw and cooked mint leaves are both suitable
for consumption. Traditionally, people often boil mint leaves
with cardamom to make a tea. It is also possible to powder or juice mint
leaves and mix them with other teas, beverages, or foods. Number 7
Red raspberry leaves One of the best herbal remedies for diarrhea
is the leaves of the red raspberry plant. Red raspberry leaves possess astringent action
and are high in tannins, an important factor that help stop your diarrhea. In addition to treating diarrhea, red raspberry
leaves are also used in treating canker sores, morning sickness, hot flashes and menstrual
cramps. Red raspberry leaves help decrease menstrual
bleeding, decrease intestinal spasms and strengthen the walls of your uterus. Number 8
Fenugreek seeds Add fenugreek seeds to your diet. Fenugreek seeds are rich in mucilage content. This adds bulk to the stools, improves the
severity of diarrhea, and reduces the watery nature of stools. It’s antibacterial and antifungal abilities
abolish infection-causing microbes to foster digestion. Swallow 1 teaspoon of soaked fenugreek seeds
along with 1 tablespoon of yogurt. Mix 1 tablespoon of roasted cumin seeds to
1 teaspoon of soaked fenugreek seeds in 2 tablespoons of yogurt. Eat this mix two or three times a day. There are plenty of good ways that natural
remedies can help with remedying the symptoms of diarrhea. Regardless of what the cause of your diarrhea
is, it is important to address the problem head-on because frequent episodes of diarrhea
can have consequences on overall health and well-being. If you found this video useful, please give
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