Hiatus hernia home remedies
NATURAL TREATMENT OF HIATUS HERNIA
Home remedies for hiatal hernia
PHYTOTHERAPY: Herbal remedies for hiatal hernia
The main function of phytotherapy is to use those plants with the aim of:
- Relaxing the abdominal muscle
- Neutralizing the excess of gastric acid, diminishing chemical use of antacids can cause side effects.
Aloe (Aloe vera) In cases of inflammation of the stomach, heartburn, gastritis and gastric ulcers, aloe juice has a powerful recovery value for the gastric mucosa. (Tablets or drops, spread throughout the day, without exceeding the dose of 0.5 gr. per day)
Fucus: (<em>Fucus vesiculosus</em>) fucus medicinal preparations, once ingested, are capable of absorbing excess stomach acid in the stomach so it is sometimes used to treat heartburn or gastric reflux, a problem that is very common in patients with hiatus hernia.
Chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla) (infusion of dried plants)
Sweet bay (Laurus nobilis) increases the secretions and promotes peristalsis, so it helps to promote digestion, helps the stomach, liver and prevents heartburn and intestinal spasms. Mainly involved in this function is eugenol, which performs carminative, anti-ulcer and hepatoprotective functions (Infusion of a pair of leaves in a cup of water for 10 minutes. 4 cups per day)
Basil (Ocimum basilicum) It favors digestion and avoids gastric spasms, being very useful in the cases of gastritis or hiatus hernia. (Infusion of a handful of fresh leaves - about 15 gr. - per liter of water. Take 3 cups a day after meals.
Cotton lavender(Santolina chamaecyparyssus) Its properties are similar to those of other chamomiles, promoting digestion or when there is heaviness, heartburn or stomach pain) (Infusion of 7 flower buds per cup of boiling water. Two cups a day.)
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