Diarrhea is very common now a days due to polluted air and contaminated water, so its a sign that your body is trying to rid itself. Avoid excessive use of counter medicines and instead try these natural solutions for relief.
Here’s 8 most effective home remedies for Diarrhea. Have a look!
Bind yourself with rice
Plain white rice is known for it’s “binding effect” on bowels. Eat small portions of white rice, butter-free, until the diarrhea is under control.
Relax yourself with chamomile
This tea, known for its gentle relaxation powers, can also calm bouts of diarrhea. It attacks the problem on two fronts, via compounds that ease intestinal spasms and combat inflammation.
Honey to the rescue
Many cultures swear by honey as a cure for diarrhea. Mix 4 tablespoons of honey into a cup of hot water. Let cool and drink. It’s very sweet, but effective.
Sip some vinegar water
If a bacterial infection is at the root of your diarrhea, apple cider vinegar could help contain the problem thanks to its antibiotic properties. What’s more, some folk remedy experts contend that apple cider vinegar contains pectin, which can help soothe intestinal spasms.
Stick to the BRAT diet
Bananas, plain Rice, Applesauce, dry Toast, and tea: These foods are generally safe to eat when fighting off a bout of diarrhea, and will keep you feeling nourished.
Drink a glass of buttermilk
Many cultures swear by buttermilk as a diarrhea remedy. An Ayurvedic healing approach is to mix 1/2 teaspoon of dry ginger into a cup of buttermilk and drink that three to four times a day.
Try these de-caffeinated black teas
Tannins in black tea have an astringent action on the mucous membranes in the intestines. This helps the body absorb fluids and calms intestinal inflammation. In particular, blackberry and raspberry leaf teas are praised by herbalists for their ability to ease diarrhea.
Make fresh orange peel tea
A traditional diarrhea remedy and general digestive aid, orange peels stimulate digestion. You need organic oranges for this brew; non-organic orange skins may contain dyes and pesticides. Peel an orange and chop the peel finely. Place in a pot and cover with a pint of boiling water. Cover the pot tightly and steep until cool. Strain, sweeten with honey, and drink.