More user remedies on Indigestion

papaya, pom juice, ginger, asidopholis milk
suggested by heather on Tuesday, June 19, 2007

While I was pregnant with my last child indigestion kept me from eating straight up untill his birth. I would cry myself asleep at night due to the pain. A few things that helped remidy my stomach pains was ginger in tea or sugared dried ginger, pomagrant juice mixed with aloe and a little honey to help it down, asidopholis milk, and papaya in chew able pill form, fresh, dried. I hear that pineapple also helps digest food. Most of all don't take antacids as I understand they increase stomach pains and also aid to the production of kidney stones which I got when I was pregnant from tums.

suggested by steph on Thursday, June 14, 2007

Oregano tea works very quickly when my stomach hurts. very effective. my grand mother gave this to me since im a baby mixed with milk when my tummy hurt.

Fruits before meal
suggested by Ng on Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Try to have a piece of fruit before every meal helps in a better digestion of food later.

suggested by [unspecified] on Saturday, April 21, 2007

I drink peppermint tea. It is also great for food cravings.

suggested by Ibis on Sunday, April 15, 2007

I drink my fennel tea and not only helps me with indigestion but also i sleep better every night.

suggested by kathy on Monday, March 26, 2007

How about all natural products? I've tried Gingera, that is all natural ginger and baking soda. It's been okayed by FDA. It's new but I got a sample and it's really good. Don't know if it's in stores but you can get info online,

Indigestion cured
suggested by Karen on Saturday, March 3, 2007

An apple was the cure for me. I eat one a night and haven't had a problem since!

hcl with pepsin
suggested by [unspecified] on Saturday, March 3, 2007

I've been taking this for a long time and have not had headaches, depression or acid reflux. I would hate to be without it.

apple cider viniger
suggested by alan on Thursday, February 8, 2007

apple cider viniger is like a natural acid. it will help with indigestion by calming the acid in your stomach. just take one table spoon before each meal or when you get nausiated, and you will be fine.

Baking Soda
suggested by Been There on Friday, January 19, 2007

Simply dissolve one (1) heaping teaspoon of regular household baking soda into about 8oz (about a cup)of cold water. Drink it down. Oldest and best cure around