Top 5 Natural Remedies To Treat Diarrhea

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Many viruses can cause diarrhea, such as rotavirus, herpes simplex, hepatitis, and some bacteria known as an enemy of the digestive system. Diarrhea can be a symptom of various diseases, ranging from easy-treating health condition to a more severe health problem.

Maybe the problem lies in a possible “spoiled stomach”, due to the consummation of old food or unpurified water, infection, influenza or starving. Intestine and digestive disorders often result in diarrhea, and sometimes even parasitic infections can be the main is usually followed by dehydration, loss of appetite, nausea, stomach pain or cramps and fever. Diarrhea exhausts your organism and you lose lots of water, meaning you should drink enough water after experiencing such a health condition.

There are many natural food products which can help you treat diarrhea, offering their healing properties without any side-effects.

  • Coriander (Cilantro)

— This herb has numerous health benefits. Its leaves are rich in protein, fat, minerals, fiber, carbohydrates and water. It also contains lots of minerals and vitamins, including vitamin C, calcium, phosphorus, iron, carotene, thiamine, sodium, potassium, oxalic acids, riboflavin. Use dried coriander to treat diarrhea.


  • Blueberries

— This fruit is rich in antioxidants. You can improve its effect by combining blueberries with probiotics — good bacteria contained in yogurt and similar food products. Fresh blueberries clean your organism, but dried blueberries, on the other hand, stop diarrhea.

  • Ginger

— This plant has analgetic, antibacterial and sedative properties, and numerous studies have confirmed its efficiency in treating health conditions caused by chemotherapy, diarrhea and morning sickness. To avoid these uncomfortable conditions prepare ginger root tea. Put 2 tablespoons of ginger root in hot water and filter the tea after 15 minutes. You can add some honey and lemon.


  • Mint

— Mix mint juice and some lemon juice and add half a tablespoon of honey to avoid the bitter taste. Consume this juice mixture three times a day.

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