Discover your own best natural remedy for acid reflux.
Understand the causes, and find out why conventional treatments could actually be making you worse!
Learn which herbal remedies could help you out...
The pain from acid reflux and heartburn can be quite intense and quite scary.
And did you know that using antacids may actually be making your problem worse?
I will show you how a natural remedy for acid reflux and heartburn is definitely your best solution…
Acid reflux happens when some partly digested foods and stomach acids, come back up, from the stomach into the esophagus (food pipe).
This can cause a number of symptoms, including burping, belching, indigestion and heartburn.
The pain is actually caused by the strong acids from the stomach, irritating the delicate lining of the esophagus (food pipe).
Although heart burn and acid reflux may seem to be a minor irritation, it should never be ignored. Repeated symptoms over a number of years could lead to inflammation and damage of the delicate esophageal lining, and serious health problems.
Conventional treatments, such as antacids, may temporarily soothe your symptoms. But do take care, as repeated use can actually make your problems worse. Frequent use of antacids can cause an increase in stomach acid (called ‘rebound acid’) when you stop taking them – which, of course, makes the problem even worse!
Conventional treatments can have some nasty side effects too – including headaches, rashes, anxiety, confusion and depression – all things you can very well do without!
I think it is best to take a natural approach to acid reflux and heartburn.
The main factor in this natural approach is learning about the causes of acid reflux, and avoiding them. This will certainly clear up any future problems of this kind…
Causes for acid reflux are actually quite simple – over-eating, twisting or lying down after eating, tight clothing around the stomach, stress, cigarette smoke and alcohol. Certain foods can bring on symptoms too – mints, onions, chocolate, fatty foods, caffeine, white sugar, cakes and pastries, spicy foods, tomatoes, citrus fruits.
To avoid symptoms, you should aim to eat your meals in a relaxed manner, chewing well. Don’t overeat, and don’t lie down or sit awkwardly afterwards.
As well as these causes, which you can now avoid, there are herbal natural remedies for acid reflux, which can help considerably – especially when you are in pain from indigestion, heartburn or acid reflux.
Herbal remedies are a gentle and effective solution – and really work…
The best herbal remedies to try are: liquorice, marshmallow root, slippery elm, aloe vera and calendula (marigold). These are most effective taken as a tea – but can also be taken as a capsule, or tincture, if more convenient.