- Cup of Chamomile Tea
Yes, indeed a tea! But not an ordinary tea, a chamomile tea! I tried this actually, and it really worked! For me at least. Thanks to my housemate for giving me hers. For me the first time I drank this I found the smell was a bit different than my ordinary cup of tea, but I enjoyed. Try to make a cup of chamomile tea, put some honey or lemon and drink it while it's still warm. This is because Chamomile can help ease the pain of a stomach ache by working as an anti-inflammatory (for example the lining of the stomach can become inflamed as a result common gastritis, caused by bacteria) and by relaxing the smooth muscle of the upper digestive track. When it relaxes that muscle, the contractions that are pushing food through your system ease up a bit and lessen the pain of cramping and spasms.
Mint, my favorite! For those who didn't like tea, may try this method instead. First just boil some water, pour the water in a cup or bottle and put the peppermint inside it. Let it steep for 5-10 mins, drink it while it's still warm. You can even chew on the fresh peppermint to relief the stomachache. Another option, is by doing the same thing, but instead leave it overnight in a fridge. Enjoy a fresh mint drink in the morning.
3. Lemon water
Again, my favorite! It's simple, by pour some warm water in a glass, squeeze some fresh lemon juice and enjoy it while it's still warm! Or you could make a lemon infuse water and leave it overnight. The high acidity level stimulates the production of hydrochloric acid, which breaks down our food. By upping the amount of HCL being produced, you help move digestion along at healthy pace. You get the added bonus of the hydration too, which keeps the system flushed and running smoothly.
4. Why not both... (Lemon water+mint)
It is a great combination of both lemon and mint. I usually do it whenever I have both of it at home. Just like above, simply pour hot water in a glass or bottle, squeeze some fresh lemon juice along with some fresh peppermint! Sounds refreshing!
5. Ginger root drink
To be very honest, this is not my favorite option. As I just can't stand ginger... not in my drink no. But there are some people that enjoy it. So, all you need to do is again boil a water, pour it into a cup. Wash, peel, and then grate or finely chop 1-2 inches of fresh ginger root. Put the ginger root into the cup of fresh boiled water. Enjoy it! Or you could make it with a cup of tea. Perhaps with the chamomile tea.
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