Natural Sour Stomach Home Remedies That Bring Relief
‘Sour stomach’ is a common medical malady most often caused by acid reflux and indigestion. Not choosy in picking its victims, sour stomach is equally annoying and disturbing for men and women alike of all ages.
However, there are many sour stomach home remedies that you can use to help rid your belly of the nasty belching, rumbling, stomach upset, and heartburn that is often associated with this affliction to find much-needed relief.
Lets look at the best remedies
There are a few delicious and healthy juices that can help curb the effects of an upset or sour stomach and help you get back on the mend again. One of the most effective juices for sour stomach symptoms is carrot juice.
Carrot juice has a tendency to give the stomach the power boost it needs to safely digest foods and get back on track. Blending a few carrots, some water, and a banana together and consuming the pulp is a great way to help give the body the nutrients it needs and help absorb the many gases and acids that are causing pain, bloat, and discomfort often associated with sour stomach in general.
There are juices to avoid, however, including tomato, orange, grapefruit, and pineapple juice. Juices that are higher in acid can actually make the stomach more irritated, and are best drunk only when symptoms start to subside.
If carrot juice or bananas are not available, milk is a great substitute for coating the stomach lining – just add a bit of honey and warm it up if you prefer – to keep those sour belches in check.
Snacks That Bring Relief
There are many foods that can actually improve symptoms and help you feel better more quickly. Sour stomach remedies that make a decent meal include dry toast, crackers, bananas, oatmeal, rice, and even dry cereal without milk.
The key in consuming foods to help cure an upset stomach is in avoiding overly salty, greasy, or spicy foods. Otherwise, the symptoms can actually be made a lot worse than they were to begin with. Foods to avoid when seeking sour stomach remedies include chips, carbonated soda, overly sugary sweets, fried foods, and spicy foods like tacos or salsa.
Herbs, Spices, and Teas can Bring Quick Relief
For the novice and experienced naturopath alike, herbs, spices, and certain teas can make a sour stomach breathe a sigh of relief. Ginger, mint, chamomile, cinnamon, and lemongrass are well-known remedies that work wonders for an upset or sour stomach.
These herbs and spices can be consumed in conjunction with other remedies (such as carrot juice), blended into foods, or drunk in a delicious tea that soothes the stomach and makes you feel better quickly.
Teas to avoid include overly caffeinated ones, like green, black, or white teas, as they can further irritate the stomach and can cause other issues like diarrhea and bloating.
Other tried and true sour stomach home remedies to help cure sudden or persistent sour stomach issues include drinking a glass of water with a teaspoon of baking soda, or a glass of water with a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar and honey.
These seemingly strange remedies work much the same way an antacid does- by absorbing the excess acids in the stomach to allow the stomach lining to be less irritated, therefore bringing the victim relief.
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