The causes of diarrhea are mainly related to disorders of the digestive system. These disorders can be various viral or bacterial infections, then absorption and secretion disorders.
Also, increased stress and inadequate nutrition can lead to stool problems. Children are much more sensitive than adults, so they have stool problems more often than adults, and parasites can also appear as the cause of the problem. There are many more causes, but we have listed only the most common ones.
There are many causes of vomiting. They can be various diseases of the stomach, intestines and the entire digestive tract in general. Also spoiled food or excess in food or drink can be the cause of vomiting, pregnancy is also one of the causes, as well as migraine and many other causes…
There are a number of teas that are used to relieve the symptoms of diarrhea (diarrhea) and vomiting. We will highlight only a few of the most popular and effective ones, which have been used for centuries in our region.
Ginger has amazing antioxidant properties and is very popular for many alternative healing methods.
Contains proteins, essential oils, iron, phosphorus, calcium, magnesium, manganese, folic acid, vitamin C and vitamin B6, gingerol, zingerone.
It has proven to be an excellent means of eliminating nausea. If the nausea is accompanied by stomach cramps, which is not a rare occurrence, it is best to use chamomile tea with ginger. Ginger refreshes and removes the feeling of nausea and chamomile soothes the stomach, so they are excellent in combination.
Tea preparation is simple – ginger is cut into cubes and poured with hot water. Leave for 5 minutes, then cool and it is ready to use.
Nettle contains a large amount of chlorophyll as well as most of the vitamins and minerals that are needed for human health. It contains numerous biologically active compounds such as quercetin and other flavonoids that have strong antioxidant properties. It also contains a lot of Beta-sitosterol, which is good for reducing fat in the body. It also contains a lot of magnesium, calcium, iron, vitamins A, C, B2, etc. It is also excellent against all kinds of nausea.
Tea is prepared by pouring hot water over nettle seeds and after about 10 minutes. she drinks.
The diaper plant has a long tradition in the treatment of stomach diseases, especially when it comes to indigestion. It is an excellent remedy for nausea and vomiting because it regulates the digestive function. Wormwood is often used for problems with the stomach and digestion, then flatulence, as well as for problems with the liver, kidneys and the like.
Preparation: pour 1/2 teaspoon of diapers into about 2 dl of hot boiling water. Let it stand like that for a few seconds and then strain it and drink it when it cools down a bit. This kind of tea is not too bitter and it is recommended to drink it a little during the day.
Mint is considered a natural remedy that helps with nausea, indigestion, diarrhea, constipation, etc. This plant contains many useful ingredients, such as: Vitamins A and C, manganese, calcium, potassium, iron, magnesium, copper, omega 3 fatty acids, choline, tannin, menthol and many others.
Mint tea has a soothing effect on the stomach and intestines, prevents stomach cramps and diarrhea, calms the irritation that makes you vomit.
It is prepared in a traditional way.