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How to Cure Stomach Aches Naturally

How to Cure Stomach Aches Naturally

November 27, 2018

Uncomfortable, irritating, and often an indication that maybe that last serving wasn’t the best idea, stomach aches are always an unwelcome guest. They can occur for multiple reasons - indigestion, gas, or acid reflux - and are usually indicative of a deeper problem. If frequent stomach aches have been interfering with your normal daily functioning, you can look towards natural home remedies for quick and long-lasting relief.

Drink lots of water
The age-old solution to every problem, hydration does wonders for your body, including your digestive system. It battles stomach aches by easing the movement of food through your system as it breaks down the food. This further helps in absorbing nutrients from meals into the bloodstream, as the exposed surface area of the food increases. You could also use water as a replacement for the beverages that can cause harm to the digestive system such as caffeinated drinks, coffee, or alcohol.

Ginger
A common and revered remedy for stomach pain, ginger acts as an anti-inflammatory, increasing the rate of stomach contractions to tackle indigestion and speed up the process. It has the added benefit of easing your nausea. Ginger can be taken in several forms, from being chewed raw to being added to a soothing cup of tea.

Mint
Mint is another cure that has been used for centuries, especially the Indian continental region, to help relieve indigestion and gas. The analgesic properties of menthol reduce nausea, provide relief from intestinal spasms, and prevent diarrhoea. Mint can be taken in several ways, with cold water or brewed with tea. The refreshing taste certainly helps liven up the sickness-blues.

Warm baths and heating pads
This is one of the most popular ways of tackling an upset stomach without actually ingesting anything. The heat is known to help the muscles in the intestines relax, and may also distract you from the actual pain. However, make sure you do not leave it on too long due to the risk of burning your skin.

Aloe Vera
Aloe Vera possesses anti-inflammatory properties to ease the organs along the digestive tract, can help heal the lining of the digestive system that is harmed by acid reflux, and can assist in getting rid of toxic bacterial and viral build-up. It can be taken by adding the gel from the leaves to water to form a juice.

Cumin
Cumin contains active ingredients that aid in digestion and reduces gas, intestinal inflammation, and acidity. It also acts as an anti-microbial. The best way to take cumin is to add it to your food or take it with water.
Banana
Bananas contain potassium and vitamin B6 which can help ease the digestive process and provides relief from cramps and muscle spasms. It also works wonders to stop diarrhoea.  

Coconut water
Coconut water contains potassium and magnesium which reduce pain and cramps. It is a good source of hydration and helps relieve acidity.


Stomach aches afflict everyone at least once in their life and shouldn’t be a cause of concern unless they persist or occur ever so often. If the pain persists for a few days, consult a medical professional. For other times, you can depend on these natural remedies for relief.

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