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Your favorite foods can delight your taste buds. But if you eat too fast or consume too much of these foods, you may experience occasional indigestion.

Symptoms of indigestion can include uncomfortable abdominal fullness after eating, or you may have pain or a burning sensation in your upper stomach.

Indigestion isn’t a disease, but rather a symptom of other gastrointestinal problems, such as an ulcer, gastritis, or acid reflux.

Many people will have indigestion at some point. Instead of reaching for over-the-counter antacids to calm your stomach, you might want to try controlling symptoms with ingredients and herbs in your kitchen.


1. Peppermint:

One of the best ways to treat indigestion is to eat or drink some form of peppermint. You can have peppermint mints. Otherwise, for a more natural source, why not have a soothing natural peppermint tea. Many people take it daily after meals to aid digestion, whether or not they have indigestion.

2. Fennel:

Drink a cup of fennel or anise tea. This will eliminate any indigestion.

3. Ginger:

This herb is known for its anti-nausea properties and other health benefits. However, another major use is indigestion.
Tablets can be taken or ginger tea can be taken which tends to calm and relieve indigestion. Sometimes it’s eating a meal strained or too quickly that causes the indigestion in the first place.
You can also keep ginger beer in your refrigerator, as it also works for indigestion as well as nausea and morning sickness.

4. Beer:

Yes that is correct! Drink half a glass of bitter beer. The herbs and hops in beer aid digestion. However, don’t have too many or you could end up curing a hangover. Bitter beer can do it if you’re not used to it!

5. Preventive mixing:

Sometimes you know before you go to eat, for example in a restaurant with spicy Mexican food. There is a good chance that you have indigestion.
However, if you mix 1 teaspoon of apple cider vinegar, 1 teaspoon of honey in a glass of lukewarm water 30 minutes before eating, it will help digestion.
Another similar alternative is in China and Asia where they sip hot water and hot teas to aid in the digestion of all meals. This is why you will always find Asian restaurants, including traditional Chinese restaurants that will release hot tea first.

6. Carbonated water:

Bubbles in sparkling water often reduce indigestion, so keep a bottle in the fridge.

7. Chamomile tea:

Drink this and not only will you clear your indigestion, it will relax you and, if taken at bedtime, it can act as a natural sleep inducer.

8. Milk:

It may or may not work. Many families have passed this one down and it definitely works for some people. The principle is a bit the same as taking milky liquid milk of magnesia or chemist’s Mylanta. Many health experts say it is slightly acidic.
But then I guess it depends on how much milk you have and how close to bedtime is because it acts like a kind of food. It is never a good idea to eat within 2-3 hours of bedtime if possible. This allows for optimal digestion of food and preparation for a good sleep.

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