For stomach discomfort, some do-it-yourself Ayurvedic remedies could be used for relief.Don't store avocado like this: it's dangerous
For stomach problems and indigestion try these Ayurvedic drinks to make at home with few ingredients
It is according to the principles of Ayurveda that foods such as processed meats and cold foods would be able to create undigested residues that form toxins causing stomach pain. If included in the daily routine, Ayurvedic drinks can help the body to recover a general state of health. So here are some homemade Ayurvedic tonics to tackle digestive problems.
If stomach problems are constantly causing discomfort, some may be resorted to Ayurvedic remedies for relief.
According to Ayurveda, what you eat has a direct impact on health and metabolism. Food can nourish and strengthen the digestive system, just as it can completely choke it and cause digestive problems. To prevent digestive problems, Ayurveda suggests that you should only eat when you are hungry and keep intervals of at least 3 hours between meals. Giving space between meals allows for digestion. Also, oily, cold, spicy or fried foods should be avoided.
To bring about an improvement in digestion, here it is 5 homemade Ayurvedic tonics to calm the stomach:
Basil, fennel seeds and spices against acid reflux
Fennel seeds, basil leaves, and cloves can help treat acid reflux together. Add a quarter of a jar of yogurt to 3/4 cup of water and mix well. Add 1 teaspoon of coarse salt, a pinch of jeera powder, some grated ginger and fresh coriander leaves to reduce acid reflux.
Wheat grass for indigestion
To get relief from indigestion, you can combine a few cloves of garlic and basil leaves in 1/4 cup of wheatgrass juice, or wheatgrass, and drink once a day.
Clarified butter tonic for the intestine
This drink is effective because it can lubricate the inside of the intestine, with salt which can help remove bacteria. The butyrate acid contained in ghee provides anti-inflammatory benefits to improve digestion. To make this tonic, add 1 teaspoon of fresh ghee to a cup of hot water. Add a pinch of salt and mix. It is effective when consumed one hour after dinner.
Mix coriander, barley, ginger and cardamom in balanced proportions and boil a teaspoon of powder in a cup of water. Then strain and drink throughout the day, preferably after meals.
Sukkir powder can also be found in many natural or ethnic food stores.
Warm water and fennel or ginger seeds for swelling
Problems related to swelling can be effectively treated with warm water. Fennel seeds with a glass of warm water, and a little ginger and a drop of honey could help treat that bloated feeling. Additionally, simply chewing fennel seeds after a meal can aid digestion and reduce gas and bloating.
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