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Do You Have a Grumpy Tummy?

By Vicknesh @wellhealthblog

Is your grumpy tummy giving you a hard time lately? You are not the only one. And with the churning noises your tummy is making, it won't be long before everyone in the vicinity knows about your upset stomach. Not all of us are comfortable at the thought of sipping commercial tonics and tinctures. So what is the next best alternative you can rely on? There are natural medicines. Here are 7 natural fixes that will work like a charm on your upset tummy.Ginger
The anti-inflammatory properties of ginger can cure just about any health woe. Ginger not only improves your digestive juices, but also stabilizes the stomach acid. Seep peeled and chopped ginger root in boiling water and add a spoon of honey to balance the spice. Let the concoction simmer for some time to get the maximum juice out of the ginger root. Enjoy the tea piping hot, as each sip will ease the pulsating pain in your stomach.
Burnt Toast
Sounds strange, doesn't it? But this one method can really take the edge off. The char in burned toast absorbs harmful toxins in stomach, thereby alleviating the pain to some extent. And to make the toast more palatable, you can always smear a thick coat of jam or jelly.
Apple Cider Vinegar
When a bloated stomach makes it impossible to function, this one tip can really help diffuse the "pressure". Mix one tablespoon apple cider vinegar with 1 tablespoon honey and 1 cup hot water. Stir the solution until all the ingredients mix well. Sip into the tonic when hot; it will ease away most of the cramps.

When talking about natural remedies to ease stomach ache, how can we forget peppermint? If recent studies are anything to go by, peppermint helps relax the muscles that struggle with digestive gas and improves the flow of bile. Add a few sprigs of fresh peppermint to your tea or simply chew on mint leaves; it will ease the worst of cramps.
Yoghurt is probably the last thing you crave for when dealing with an upset stomach. However, the probiotic qualities of the yoghurt are just the thing your stomach needs. The live bacteria present in the dairy products increases the bile production in stomach, which in turn flushes out the toxin. Take care to have plain, non-fat yoghurt though; the flavored one just might not be suitable for your system.
Baking Soda
7 Natural Fixes to Treat an Upset Stomach
Most antacid that you find in the market are just sodium bicarbonate. So, your regular baking soda will serve just as well in easing heart burn. Mix a spoon or two of baking soda in warm water and sip it away. From indigestion to gas to heartburn, this simple tip can take care of most of your stomach issues.
Warm Salt Water
You knew that warm salt water can help relieve sore throat, but did you know it can also do wonders for your upset tummy? One cup of warm water with a tablespoon of salt is all that you need. For quick results, try downing the salt water in one shot. People with high blood pressure should refrain from trying this tip.
If  none of these natural remedies have helped alleviate your stomach pain, it is time to consult a doctor.By 

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