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Common Ailments ~ Stomach Problems ~ Recipes

STOMACH

INDIGESTION WATER

This simple natural remedy helps deal with the problems indigestion can bring, including nausea, flatulence and loss of appetite. It should be taken twice daily after meals

Use a combination of citrus, warm ginger and salt for indigestion

Ingredients

  • I teaspoon rock salt
  • 1 cup ginger water
  • 1 cup lime water

Ginger and Lime waters –

Soak 50g ginger root or chopped fresh lime slices in 500ml of pure still water for 6 hours

Strain and store in a clean glass container in a cool place such as a fridge

  1. Mix the ingredients together
  2. Store in a glass bottle
  3. Leave in sunlight for 3-4 days
  4. Store in a cool place
  5. Add 1 tsp to a cup of water to make a dose

UPSET STOMACH REMEDY

If you can’t take indigestion water for any reason, such as being on a low sodium diet, try this recipe. This paste should be taken after each meal and before going to bed at night.

Blend the ingredients together to make a thick paste to take with meals

Ingredients

  • 1 tsp cloves
  • 1 tsp fennel seed
  • 1 tsp dried ginger
  • pure unrefined honey

 

    1. Grind the cloves, fennel and ginger into a fine paste. Yu may start with a pestle and mortar and then finish the process using a food processor
    2. Add honey to thicken the paste. The honey should be added in small quantities to ensure you keep the mixture solid
    3. Store in a dark glass jar, well sealed in a cool, dark place
    4. 1 tsp of the paste is a dose
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