Here are some natural ways to reduce ulcer pain.
Ginger has gastroprotective effects. Some people use it to treat stomach and digestive conditions, such as constipation, bloating, and gastritis. Ginger can help with gastric ulcers caused by H. pylori bacteria and reduce its pain.
Some people use chamomile flowers and chamomile teas to treat minor anxiety, intestinal spasms and inflammation. Chamomile extracts may also have anti-ulcer properties. It can inhibit stomach ulcers and reduce their healing time.
Unripe plantains may have a positive effect on peptic ulcers and reduce the pain of ulcer. Unripe plantains contain a flavonoid called leucocyanidin. Leucocyanidin increases the amount of mucus in the stomach. Plantain may also reduce acidity, which can help prevent and relieve symptoms of ulcers.
Turmeric is a popular yellow spice. Like chili peppers, turmeric contains a compound called curcumin. Curcumin has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties that may help reduce the pain of ulcer.
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