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How To Treat Indigestion At Home Effortlessly

How To Treat Indigestion At Home Effortlessly: Every once in a while, we have been guilty of over-eating or having a midnight snack only to get up a couple of hours later with complaints of indigestion. Indigestion can be really bothersome. Luckily for you, Treatment of indigestion is within your reach and in your very own home.

Let’s explore the various indigestion treatments so you can have a sound sleep even after overeating!

Ginger

Ginger is magic, literally. From treating an itchy, sore throat to taking care of indigestion, ginger is a must-have in your kitchen pantry. If you are suffering from indigestion, brew up a ginger tea and it will not only soothe your tummy but will also improve digestion. Always use fresh and organic ginger for the tea.

How To Treat Indigestion At Home Effortlessly
How To Treat Indigestion At Home Effortlessly

Chamomile Tea

Chamomile is long known for its soothing effects on an upset tummy, not to mention the fact that it can reduce spasms in the intestinal tract. If you have indigestion, have a few cups of chamomile tea throughout the day or if you have a chamomile tincture, take ½ tsp up to three times a day.

Fennel

If you love Asian cuisine and love to dine out, you must have noticed that many Pakistani and Indian restaurants offer roasted fennel seeds after a meal.

The reason is simple: Fennel seeds contain oils that help control flatulence and gut spasms. They are especially very effective after a spicy meal. You can even boil them up with mint leaves and a cardamom to have a soothing fennel tea.

A Sour Solution in Your Kitchen

We all know about the magical Apple Cider Vinegar and surely, all of us have a bottle of sour vinegar in our kitchen. If you have had a large meal and are suffering from indigestion, grab ½ a glass of water and add in a teaspoon each of honey and ACV.

Hot Water or a Lemon-lime Soda

One simple treatment of indigestion is to drink mildly hot water. It is known to ease indigestion and the associated bloating. Similarly, a glass of lemon-lime soda, ginger ale and even flat cola are known to ease indigestion.

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