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6 Natural Remedies to Calm Heartburn at Home Do you suffer from heartburn? Don't put up with the uncomfortable burning any longer To relieve it, try these natural remedies

Have you ever wondered how you can calm heartburn at home? This condition is also called acid reflux or gastroesophageal reflux Heartburn, or acidity in the stomach, occurs when acid from the stomach flows backward into the

esophagus This causes a very uncomfortable burning sensation in the chest that can rise up to your neck and throat You may also have a bitter or sour taste in the back of

your throat Heartburn can last from a few minutes to several hours, and often is worse right after eating Having stomach acid occasionally is common, and it can be relieved with natural

remedies 6 remedies to calm heartburn at home Baking soda Baking soda neutralizes stomach acids and detoxifies the digestive system to relieve gastric

reflux Thanks to its alkaline properties, it restores the acid-alkaline balance, treating and preventing heartburn In addition, baking

soda balances the pH levelsin our blood Ingredients 1 teaspoon of baking soda (5 g) 1 cup of water (250 ml) What should you do?

First, add the teaspoon of baking soda in the cup of water and mix well to compact the two ingredients Consume this preparation at least 2 times a day, especially when you eat extremely fatty foods

Oats for heartburn One of the cereals that has more beneficial properties to combat heartburn is oats  Thanks to its contribution of fiber and alkaline substances, it’s able to reduce acid

levels naturally In addition, this cereal contains large amounts of vitamins and minerals necessary for a healthy diet Ingredients

1 cup of instant oatmeal (50 g) 2 cups of milk (500 ml) 1 teaspoon of honey (5 ml) (to sweeten, optional) What should you do? Put 2 cups of milk in a blender and add the instant oatmeal

Then, process for 2 or 3 minutes, until obtaining a smooth mixture Pour a glass and drink it It’s important to drink oats several times a day for acid

reflux Bananas Bananas are a good option for most people who suffer from heartburn, as they have a naturally antacid effect

This fruit is a rich source of potassium, with each containing an average of 500 mg of the mineral and about 1 milligram of sodium In addition, they’re rich in: Carbohydrates Minerals and (phosphorus, calcium, potassium) Vitamin (A, C, niacin, vitamin E, and B6)

What should you do? Eat 1 or 2 bananas a day It will be a great help to relieve heartburn and to prevent the burning feeling You can also include it in juices or as an

ingredient in cakes or smoothies Apple cider vinegar Apple cider vinegar minimizes the acidic environment of the stomach and assists in the decomposition of food, thus favoring better digestion

All of this helps prevent heartburn Ingredients 1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar (15 ml) 1 cup of water (250 ml) What should you do?

Add the apple cider vinegar in a cup of water and mix well before drinking it Ginger tea Ginger tea doesn’t containcaffeine, so, like other herbal infusions, it’s not harmful if you suffer

from heartburn Ginger has digestive properties and has been used for a long time in homes to treat stomach ailments and illnesses Ingredients

1 ginger root (9 g) 1 cup of water (250 ml) What should you do? Warm the cup of water with the (chopped) ginger root When it boils, turn off the heat and let

steep for 5 to 7 minutes Finally, pour a cup and drink it Cinnamon for stomach acidity In addition, it’s very important to have knowledge about fatty

foods, since these are the main causes and culprits of the appearance of reflux The stomach needs to secrete an amount of acid to digest this type of food That’s where cinnamon can help

Ingredients ½ a teaspoon of cinnamon (2 5 g) 1 cup of water (250 ml) What should you do? First, heat a cup of water

When it reaches a boil, add the cinnamon Then, let it infuse for a few minutes, and turn off the heat After steeping for 5 or 7 minutes, strain the drink,

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