Natural Ayurvedic Home Remedies for Diarrhea and loose stools
Diarrhea is a condition that occurs due to the imbalance of the digestive system resulting in frequent loose stools several times a day. If it turns out to be a chronic condition, it might cause serious side effects which could be dangerous as well. Most of the cases of the diarrhea are not serious and will be cured within a few days.
You can purchase activated charcoal supplements online or from pharmacies and health food stores. Adults need to take around 5grams after a meal and for children the dose should be in small quantities.
Add a green tea bag in a pan containing a cup of water. Simmer for 10-15 minutes. Strain this solution and add a dollop of honey. Drink it warm. Follow this remedy on a regular basis to get rid of this condition.
Organic Apple Cider Vinegar:
Add 15-30ml of organic ACV in a half-liter distilled warm water. Drink this solution on an empty stomach. Drink this concoction three times a day for the first 24 hours. Later, you can drink a glass of this concoction once in the morning and again in the evening to keep diarrhea at bay. You can add little organic honey if you are not liking the taste of the ACV. Alternatively, you can have ACV capsules as well.
Eat two bananas daily or add chopped banana slices to a cup of yogurt. Eating them regularly help in giving you a nutrient boost and treats diarrhea.
Add a few springs of peppermint leaves to a pan containing a cup of water. Simmer for a few minutes. Strain this solution and drink it warm. This herbal decoction is really healthy and can help in keeping you hydrated, treat abdominal pain and cramps caused due to diarrhea. You can even use peppermint tea bag to prepare this herbal tea. You can consume this herbal decoction two-three times a day.
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