Eliminate Gastritis And Heartburn Forever Using This Effective Remedy That Also Protects Your Intestinal Flora !

The stomach is responsible for the process of digestion, and it lies between the esophagus and the small intestine. The process of digestion can be affected by numerous factors, as well as conditions, like the gastritis, which is a disease that occurs when the lining of the mucous membrane of the stomach is inflamed. When you suffer from gastritis, it causes small red spots on our skin and they can be really annoying and painful sometimes.

This kind of disease can be usually caused by unhealthy diet, stress or alcohol, as well as drug abuse. Gastritis can be treated and cured, according to some experts, but usually the medications prescribed don’t provide the needed results. So, in this article we are going to show you some natural remedies which can be very useful in relieving this disease.

1. Rice water

In one liter of water, boil some rice, then leave it to cool down, and after that strain the mixture. Put the mixture into one bottle, and keep it in it. Drink the mixture twice a day, in order to relieve the symptoms of gastritis.

2. Parsley water

As parsley contains a lot of anti – inflammatory properties, which soothe the mucous membrane of your stomach, it is considered as a powerful diuretic. You just need to boil a bunch of parsley into one liter water, in order to make a tea. Then leave the tea to cool down before straining it. You should drink this tea during the day, and for more refreshing one, put it in the fridge.

3. Carrot and celery juice

In order to make this juice, first mix 2 carrots with a couple of celery stalks and some water into a blender. In order to relieve heartburn, drink this juice.

4. Apple and chamomile

First, peel an apple,boil it with a cup of chamomile in some water and drink this mixture every morning for some much needed relief.

5. Ginger and pear

Make a tea by using some ginger and pear, and drink it during the day, in order to relieve the symptoms of gastritis and heartburn.

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