Natural Remedies For Food Poisoning

While food poisoning is something that we have all experienced at one point in our lives, there are a few home remedies that could help to ease those common symptoms. Try these natural foods, which will help to nurse your body back to good health and flush those toxins out of your system.

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Apple cider vinegar

Mix two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar into one cup of water and drink on an empty stomach. It will help to ease any abdominal pain and will also assist in flushing out those bad toxins.

Ginger

Just one tablespoon of ginger mixed into your tea or water helps to decrease the effects of heartburn, nausea, and intense abdominal strain.

Yoghurt

If you can manage to keep anything down, have a few tablespoons of unsweetened, full-fat yoghurt. It has natural antibacterial properties which help to fight active bacteria and decrease your discomfort.

Lemon

Add a few drops of lemon juice into cold water and drink 2-3 times a day. The lemon also acts as an antibacterial property and gently cleanses out the entire system.

Garlic

Another antibacterial, anti-fungal and anti-viral vegetable which helps to decrease symptoms of nausea and even diarrhoea. Simply boil some white rice and chop half a clove of garlic into the mixture before serving.

Basil

Basil will help to soothe an upset stomach and boasts many antibacterial properties. Use 1-2 leaves in your cold water and drink slowly throughout the day.

Chamomile tea

Any type of herbal tea, including chamomile and peppermint, is best ingested during the early signs of food poisoning. Enjoy a cup of tea before bed to soothe the stomach and to curb any tightness in the abdominal area.

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