Gas formation in the intestines is a rather unpleasant symptom, accompanied by bloating and cutting pains. It not only brings a significant amount of discomfort, but can also be a symptom of various diseases. Folk remedies will help you in a short time to calm down the raging intestines, get rid of bloating.
Causes of gas formation
First you need to decide what exactly caused such a violent reaction in your stomach. Improper nutrition can be the cause of increased gas production. The following foods cause bloating: legumes, milk, beer, radish, cabbage, potatoes, and black bread. The accumulation of gas in the abdomen can be a symptom of a serious illness (dysbiosis, appendicitis, cholecystitis, intestinal swelling). Therefore, if you are constantly tormented by intestinal problems, then you need to seek advice and help from a doctor in order to exclude the development of serious diseases.
Dill and parsley for bloating
Modern pediatricians recommend that mothers give their babies dill water for bloating. This remedy copes well with flatulence in adults. You need dill seeds. Pour a tablespoon of seeds with a glass of boiling water, cover, wrap with a towel. Insist for two hours. Then strain the infusion, drink in small doses throughout the day. A similar recipe with parsley seeds. It differs only in that you need to fill them with cold water, leave for 20 minutes, then heat (do not boil), strain, drink sip during the day.
Lovage is a good remedy for bloating
For pain in the intestines, bloating and constipation, lovage will help. Pour a tablespoon of crushed and dry roots of the plant with 1, 5 glasses of water. Put on low heat and bring to a boil, simmer for 10 minutes. Then wrap the dishes with a towel, leave for 1 hour. Then strain, take 1 tablespoon 4 times a day half an hour before meals. The course of treatment with this remedy is 13-15 days. Lovage has a beneficial effect on the digestive tract. On the second day of treatment, bloating, heaviness in the stomach disappear, and appetite appears.
Herbal teas and condiments to combat gassing
Mix equal proportions of fennel seeds, peppermint, chamomile and ginger. Pour a couple of teaspoons of the resulting collection with a glass of freshly boiled water, leave under the lid for 10 minutes. Drink this tea in any quantity between meals. You can also soothe bloated gut with herbs: coriander, fennel, marjoram, mint, thyme, basil, dill, lemon balm, oregano and sage. Add them to tea or food. This will ensure a virtually imperceptible evacuation of gases from the digestive tract.