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Medicinal herbs for stomach ache

  1. Abdominal pain is a collective term for many complaints in the area of ​​the stomach. Abdominal pain can come from many causes and can be diverse in nature. Despite the diversity of abdominal pain, there are a number of herbs that work in many cases. These include: wild thyme, cinnamon, angelica and dill. These herbs can be used to make home remedies, which are completely natural. For a stomach ache, a tea is usually best, but a bath can also help.

Wild thyme (Thymus serpyllum)

  1. All aerial parts of wild thyme can be used as a remedy for stomach pain. Wild thyme contains, among other things, essential oils that have an antispasmodic effect and promote digestion. It also contains bitter and tannins. These promote the production of digestive juices and the entire digestive system. Wild thyme tea can help with stomach pain, stomach cramps and bloating. To prepare this tea is necessary:

Cinnamon (Cinnamomum zeylanicum)

  1. The bark of the cinnamon tree can be used as a medicine. It contains antispasmodic and digestive essential oils, mucilages, which can soothe stimuli in the stomach and tannins, which promote digestion. Cinnamon tea can help with digestive complaints, a full feeling and cramps in the stomach area. The tea can also be used for severe menstrual complaints. To make the tea you need:

Angelica (Angelica archangelica)

  1. Angelica, also called Angelica, angélique or Angelica, can be used for stomach ache. The dried root contains essential oils and bitter substances, which promote digestion and relieve cramps, the bitter substances further stimulate the production of gastric juices. Angelica tea can reduce stomach pain and cramps. For a cup of tea you need:

Dill (Anethum graveolens)

  1. The dried flowers of dill can be used against stomach aches. The leaves can also be used, but they contain less active ingredients. The active ingredients are essential oils. These limit cramps and at the same time stimulate the functioning of the stomach. Dill works especially well for complaints of the lower abdomen. For this it is processed in a sitz bath. For this bath you need:

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