3 Home Remedies For Food Poisoning!

Indian home remedies for food poisoning

Here are 3 Home Remedies For Food Poisoning:

Now other than being delicious in cookies, ginger is a powerful medicinal root used for treating multiple ailments. Now, when it comes to food poisoning home remedies ginger works in two parts, first by calming the stomach and second by allowing the body to absorb nutrients from food that would have otherwise been expelled.

Here’s how you should use it at home:

If you are feeling the effects of food poisoning such as heartburn or nausea, ginger tea is perfect for quick and lasting relief. Ginger Tea is a snap to make, just add a teaspoon of grated ginger into a cup of water.

Bring the water to boil and add some honey or sugar to sweeten the tea. Wait about 5 minutes for the tea to cool and enjoy.

Ginger can also be sliced and eaten raw or added to a salad as a delightful kick that also settles your stomach.

Bananas might not be ones first thing you think of when searching for food poisoning home remedies but, considering they are packed full of potassium, easy to digest, and, let’s be honest scrumptious, bananas are the go to food for anyone dealing with vomiting, nausea and abdominal cramping.

A quick tip for getting the most out of bananas is to simply peel it and eat it. Simple right?

For a fun recipe: peal three bananas and blend until you get a smooth paste, add 250ml of 2% milk or almond milk to the banana mix and blend on high for 2 minutes add 3-5 ice cubes to the glass and enjoy.

Cumin seeds
Cumin seeds are truly the spice of life, or at least the spice to get you back in fighting shape. Cumin seeds are important for anyone trying to alleviate the symptoms of abdominal cramping that food poisoning often causes.

Boil 1 teaspoon of cumin seeds in a 250 ml cup of hot water; add a pic hos salt and 1 teaspoon of concentrated coriander juice. Drink this mixture two to three times a day for maximum relief.

Food poisoning can happen when we least expect it, but, with these helpful tips you will be able to bounce back faster than ever.

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