Bad digestion what natural remedies to use

Bad Digestion, which natural remedies to use

The poor digestion, called dyspepsia, is a very common disorder accompanied by other symptoms such as heartburn, belching, acid regurgitation, constipation, drowsiness, nausea and slowed gastric and pancreatic function. However, there are many natural remedies that can be taken, of course if you do not have any particular pathology.

Le causes are several and they can be:

  • improper nutrition
  • Helicobacter pylori infections
  • stress
  • abuse of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs)
  • liver disease

There are several natural remedies effective as:

  • gentian
  • artichoke
  • Ginger
  • licorice
  • chamomile
  • mint
  • rhubarb
  • fennel
  • caraway
  • dandelion
  • chicory

All of these have the ability to invigorate the function of organs important for digestion.

  • promote gastric and salivary secretion
  • help liver and pancreatic functions
  • They confer gastric tonicity.

So taking them like this or in the form of herbal tea or decoction can be really very helpful.

A proper lifestyle and a light diet is also recommended, Chewing foods several times without swallowing air, which creates abdominal bloating and discomfort.

Another natural herbal remedy is the Chewable tablet made with apple, chicory, ginger, licorice and gentian or an herbal tea with mint, gentian, anise, cari, verbena, yarrow and licorice.

These stimulate digestive and gastric function and help you relax.

Other natural remedies are related to some plants such as mallow, lemon balm and sage (so again, opt for herbal teas that contain them, the so-called digestive herbal teas, very easy to get commercially).

Still, some natural remedies that used to be used and still seem to be effective.