Improve Your Digestion Naturally With This Homemade Syrup

Improve Your Digestion Naturally With This Homemade Syrup


Everyone experiences digestive problems at
one point in time. This syrup is intended to be a help in getting
rid of those digestive problems that cause so much discomfort or pain. Some of which may be an upset stomach, gas,
diarrhea, cramps, or general stomach pain. You will need the following ingredients and
amounts to make this homemade syrup: – 2 lemons – 3 Ceylon cinnamon sticks – 5
teaspoons fennel seeds – 2.5 teaspoons lemon balm leaves – 1 tablespoon ground turmeric
– 1 tablespoon of ground ginger – ½ cup honey – 1 liter of water Each of these ingredients has benefits which,
as a combination, make this syrup so effective. Lemon is used for leveling out the stomach’s
acidity and causing fats which have been eaten to be digested easier. Because of this lemon
is good for making the stomach feel lighter when upset, and for fighting heartburn. Use
organic lemons as non-organic contains pesticides and other chemicals. Ceylon Cinnamon fights gases in the stomach,
helps to balance out blood sugar levels, and prevents ulcers caused by too much acid in
the stomach. Blood sugar is what makes one feel either very tired or very hyper if it
is imbalanced, and ulcers are holes in the stomach lining. Ceylon cinnamon is grown in
Sri Lanka, Madagascar and the Seychelles. Make sure to avoid cassia cinnamon, which
is the common type found in grocery stores, as it can cause liver damage if used too often
or in too high of a dosage. Fennel prevents constipation which is when
the stomach cannot empty itself without difficulty or pain. It is also a remedy for inflammation
of the digestive tract, and helps to stop stomach gases. Lemon balm is a plant used to treat what is
known as ‘psychosomatic digestive problems’. These are problems that are caused in the
digestive tract by emotional stress or overload. It also prevents bad breath, indigestion,
and gas. The lemon balm is found in health food stores or alternative health stores. Mint is used in easing stomach bloating (puffiness)
and gas, as well as relaxing the stomach muscles. It can also treat acid reflux which is a burning
pain felt around the lower chest area, caused by stomach acid flowing back up into the food
pipe. Turmeric builds and strengths the functions
of the liver and gallbladder. The liver is responsible for breaking down fats and carrying
waste away, and the gallbladder stores and emits bile as the body needs it. Ginger is
used to make digestion better, fight nausea, and help to discharge stomach juices that
help with digestion. It is also used for strengthening the immune system. To make this syrup: 1. Place the cinnamon sticks and fennel seeds
in a saucepan with the liter of water, and let it boil for 10 minutes. 2. After this,
turn the heat off completely and add the lemon balm, mint, turmeric and ginger. 3. Let the
mixture sit for 5 minutes and then strain it. 4. Mix the two lemons with the strained
infusion. Include all of the lemon, even the peel, by using a peeler. After this, strain
the mixture again. 5. Now boil the infusion again and add the honey. You should put this
mixture on very low heat and leave it for half and hour. 6. Let the syrup cool down
and then pour it into a glass jar. After this, place it in the fridge. The mixture has a
shelf life of two weeks, in the refrigerator. In order to treat digestive problems we should
consume the syrup in the following ways: – 1 tablespoon in the morning on an empty
stomach. – 1 tablespoon, mixed with hot water or on its own, half an hour before eating
lunch. – 1 table spoon after lunch. – 1 tablespoon, mixed with hot water or on its own, half an
hour before dinner. – 1 tablespoon after dinner. People who don’t suffer from digestive problems,
but who want help digesting their food when they’ve eaten too much, can also drink this
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11 thoughts on “Improve Your Digestion Naturally With This Homemade Syrup”

  1. How can you tell the difference between Ceylon cinnamon vs. regular cinnamon? I buy mine from Indian stores that import brakes from India.

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