Reflux Natural Remedies – Home Remedies that Work Better than Antacids

Have you ever considered reflux natural remedies? Most people are unaware that natural remedies are more effective than antacids and medications when it comes to acid reflux. The reason why reflux natural remedies are the newest rave in reflux research is because they work differently than antacids and medication.

Antacids and medications work by neutralizing the refluxed stomach acid allowing you to feel comfortable and leave you unaware of your damaged lower esophageal sphincter (LES) and a damaged esophagus. Many heartburn sufferers become lifelong contributors to pharmaceutical companies and antacid companies.

On the other hand, reflux remedies work by healing the esophagus and LES using a holistic treatment to revitalize tissue and strengthen the LES muscle flap. Let me explain!

Healing Your Esophagus and Lower Esophageal Sphincter

Your Esophagus and LES are the 2 most important tissues when it comes to acid reflux problems. Research shows that almost all reflux sufferers have a damaged esophagus and a weak lower esophageal sphincter (LES).

The esophagus is the tube that carries food to your stomach. Because of refluxed stomach acid, the esophagus is often damaged in regular heartburn sufferers. Secondly, the lower esophageal sphincter is the muscle flap that sits on top of the stomach. The muscle flap can naturally become weaker and damaged over time with repeated reflux problems.

As you might be thinking, antacids do nothing to heal either one of these tissues. And that is why many antacid customers are lifetime customers.

Fortunately, reflux natural remedies can heal both the esophagus and lower esophageal sphincter using your nutrition, supplements, remedies and even your eating habits. Here are some tips!

Four Home Remedies to Cure Acid Reflux

1. Honey is a great place to start. Because honey has been shown to naturally heal all types of body tissue, honey can also heal your esophagus tube. By taking 1 teaspoon of honey, you can naturally heal your esophagus. You should try to take 1 teaspoon 3 times per day. It is very important to take 1 teaspoon right before bed.

2. For the first 2-3 days of your treatment you should only be eating soft foods to also allow your esophagus to heal. Crunchy or hard foods typically leave small scratches on your esophagus lining. Stay away from crunchy cereals, granola bars, toast, chips, etc…

3. A red apple will also be beneficial for treating your acid reflux. Instead of taking an antacid when you feel a flare-up coming on, try an apple which will naturally cure the reflux and will also prevent a future problem. We suggest cutting up an apple for the day and putting it in a bag for the day. An apple a day will keep the doctor away.

4. You may also wish to try apple cider vinegar. (This remedy is NOT for people who are taking acid blockers.) Did you know that reflux is also caused from too little acid in your stomach? Think about it, if your stomach isn’t producing enough acid to digest your food, then more food (and gas) will stay in your stomach longer without getting digested. So, since apple cider vinegar is so acidic, it immediately starts digesting the food in your stomach and eases your heartburn. Take 1-2 teaspoons daily. Don’t buy the cheap kind.

What Else Can You Do?

These 4 tips are a great start for your home treatment to cure and prevent acid reflux. However, they are just the beginning. If you would like to know every researched remedy available, please visit our website today.

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