How To Use Herbs For Flatulence

How To Use Herbs For Flatulence
How To Use Herbs For Flatulence

Flatulence is gas production because of the contents of the stomach (usually caused by unconscious air swallowing) or rectum. Exaggerate bloating can also be caused by more serious ailments such as dyspepsia ulcer gallbladder disease gastritis constipation or food allergies
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Carminative herbs like cayenne ginger cinnamon aniseed and fennel
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How to use herbs for Flatulence

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Use ginger to reduce stomach cramps and nausea aid digestion processes and reduce the formation of intestinal gases. Take 75 to 2000 mg in divided doses with meals. Supplements should be standardized to 4% volatile oils. For gas can take two to four grams of fresh root daily (0.25 to 1.0 g of powdered root).

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Use cayenne as an alternative carminative to relieve gas. . The recommended dose is 30 to 120 mg three times daily. Alternatively use 0.03 to 1 gram of dried root equivalent to three times per day.

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Use cinnamon as a milder alternative to cayenne pepper. It will help in digestion and prevent the production of gas if taken with meals. Add cinnamon stick in boiling water. Let boil for two minutes. Remove the cinnamon stick. Drink as is or use cinnamon water for some herbal tea. A daily dose of cinnamon can also reduce the risk of diabetes.

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Aniseed can also be used to ease the discomfort and embarrassment of flatulence. The dried ripe fruit of the herb can be made into a pleasant tasting tea by adding 1/2 teaspoon dried fruit into a cup of boiling water. Let it steep 10 to 15 minutes then strain and drink while hot.

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Use fennel as a sweet alternative to anise. The flavor is more subtle and gentler but it is equally effective. Add 1/2 teaspoon dried seeds to a cup of boiling water. Let it steep 10 to 15 minutes then strain and drink while hot. You can also chew a new stalk of fennel after meals to aid digestion and to freshen your breath

Tips and Warnings

Foods that may cause gas include. :
peas beans lentils
Bananas apples
Broccoli Brussels sprouts cabbage kohlrabi
Soda
Raisins
Wine
If you take blood thinning medication you should avoid using ginger.

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