Herbal cures for upset stomach

There are two kinds of stomach upsets vide chronic and temporary. The temporary stomach upsets are those that are not serious ones and are generally caused from the food that we intake. In this case, simple dietary changes are effective and prevent the formation of gas or bellyache that is usually accompanied by temporary stomach upsets. However, the chronic and long-term stomach upsets are serious stomach problems and the advice of the doctor needs to the taken to heal the same. The stomach upsets can be caused due to indigestion, heartburn, motion sickness, flu as well as food poisoning. Check out some of the effective herbal cures for upset stomach.

Aloe Vera: Aloe Vera juice soothes and heals the stomach problems. Daily intake of one-third cup of aloe vera juice helps in curing stomach upsets. Intake of aloe juice before each meal helps in repairing damaged tissues in the gut to a crisp and arouses all the digestive glands like stomach, kidneys, liver and gall bladder to function properly.

Anise: Anise is herb that is useful in treating stomach upsets. This herb is used internally to aid digestion and ease flatulence and gas pains. Ancient Romans used anise for its flavor, which making cake.  This herb has a long reputation of being a digestive relieve. Again a simple tea made from crushed anise seeds work wonders in treating stomach upsets and supports digestion.

Basil: Basil is a sterile and antibacterial herb. The healing properties of this herb are used for aiding digestion and relieving nausea as well as stomach upset. Basil relieves gas when it is brewed in tea thereby aiding digestion. This herb is also helpful in relieving stomach cramps, vomiting and constipation.

Boneset: This herb is native in North America and is popularly used by North American Indians to treat flu, liver disorders as well as digestive problems leading to stomach upsets. Boneset is used in a dried form and is also available commercially as dried flower and leaves. This herb is usually consumed in tea or tincture.

Buckthorn: Tea from Buckthorn herb is often recommended by the herbalists for easing constipation, relieving menstrual cramps as well as for settling the stomach upset. The herbal medicine prepared from sea buckthorn is used internally to calm down the stomach upset.