Ylli Merja: How to treat digestive problems with medicinal plants

It often happens that our stomach is hard, swollen, we have gas gurgling, we have difficulty in digestion. In these cases we are dealing with indigestion or difficulty digesting food. The causes of this functional disorder can be different, such as stressful, psychological causes, food diets, physiological changes of the liver, oversaturation, etc.

If this indigestion lasts more than 1 to 2 days, you should act to intervene as soon as possible to normalize digestion. The correction of this functional problem will be related to the fact that we will analyze.

What we ate, what we drank, how much we eased digestion with our diet and daily diet. To return the digestion to normality, the food diet should be corrected and to speed up the normality, we should use some stimulants for digestion. In children aged 0 to 1 years, you can use the tea of soft mint and chamomile with great success. A 0-1 year old child can drink 1-2 tablespoons several times a day.

While children 1-5 years old drink 2-3 cups of tea a day. Boiling in 1 glass of water 1 tablespoon of peppermint and half a spoonful of chamomile, we facilitate digestion and fight colic in children. This tea has carminative and energizing action. While in adults, in addition to diets, aromatic teas with carminative, anti-inflammatory nerve action also give positive results.

So, preparing an herbal tea with oregano, mint, basil, chamomile, geutian or valerian, normalizes digestion and stool very quickly. The best tea is that which is prepared from the following herbal mixture:

Boil 1 tablespoon of mint, half a tablespoon of oregano, half a tablespoon of chamomile and half a tablespoon of basil in 2 cups of water for 1 minute. The tea is strained after 10 minutes and from this tea the child drinks 1-2 cups of coffee a day, while adults drink 2 cups of tea a day.

Ulcer and its treatment

When in the stomach we are not only dealing with a sampling, but also with a pH breakdown; caused by excessive use of alcohol, tobacco, drugs, increased bacterial inflammation from Helicobacter pylori; then not only one harmful element acts negatively on the stomach, but several at the same time. Then the negative effects on the stomach walls will be greater. In these cases, the reddening of the stomach walls from the inside, as well as their erosion, is often accompanied by severe pain an hour or two after eating.

But it is also accompanied by belching that emits a dry gas in the throat, a vapor that often causes coughing, hoarseness, etc. In this case, we are dealing with a stomach ulcer that forms when we have an injury to the internal mucosa of the stomach. In cases of ulcers, the pains are piercing and burning and even last. Most ulcers are caused by bacterial infections, and the bacterium that causes ulcers is called Helicobacter pylori. Other ulcers can be caused by the use of aspirin or other drugs.

If left untreated, ulcers become a worrying health problem or degenerate into even more serious diseases. In these cases, it is recommended to use tea with mulberry leaves (Malvia silvestris), which greatly minimizes the ulcerative effect of the bacterium. the use of 2-3 cups of tea obtained by boiling 1-2 minutes of 3 cups of tea with 3 tablespoons of honey gives good results in the protective effect of the digestive system, lungs, etc.

Meanwhile, the use of the walnut leaf and the inner pulp in this fruit make those internal itches of the stomach walls to be cured very successfully. While the use of an egg white in the morning sober with milk completely dampens the collisions of food with the walls of the stomach, thus inhibiting the corrosive effect of food within its walls.

To ensure the healing of the ulcer, it is best to use a complex treatment with herbal and essential oils, bee propolis and a tea mixer. Herbs that are advised for stomach problems are ginger; turmeric (powerful anti-inflammatory), sea buckthorn (regulates the amount of enzymes produced by the bile and liver).

However, we advise patients to also use willow (Ulmus Rubra), as it contains mucilage, which coats the esophagus and stomach. Meanwhile, pineapple also contains digestive enzymes, which remove heartburn and intestinal bloating.

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