Homemade medicines are an excellent natural option to reduce gas and abdominal discomfort.
So, in today's video, you will learn how to get rid of gas, bloating, and burps in a natural way.
Stomach or intestinal gas is frequent and usually appears after a heavy meal or when you swallow air while talking during meals.
They usually get better after eliminating the gas, either by intestinal or oral means.
To get rid of gas, you can:
Drink a cup of fennel or peppermint tea after meals
Fennel is an excellent homemade option to reduce colic, gas, diarrhea, nausea, and vomiting caused by food poisoning. Peppermint is a good option for food poisonings.
Drink lemon water after meals to aid the process of intestinal emptying
Lemon is acidic and contains lots of vitamin C and antioxidants. It helps relax the stomach muscles, reducing the discomfort caused by constipation and gas.
Drink chamomile and lemon balm tea
Chamomile contains properties that relax the digestive system, promoting the necessary movements for the stomach and intestine to properly digest.
Besides these beverages, you can also follow some useful tips, watch the video to learn more!
So, did you like these natural recipes and tips? If you have this problem, try them and share your experience.
0:00 Home Remedies to Relieve Gas Instantly
0:30 Fennel or peppermint tea for gas and bloating
1:19 Relieve gas with lemon water
1:40 Chamomile and lemon balm tea to help with trapped gas
2:24 Tips for Relieving Flatulence
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