Do you know that, stomach is the most delicate internal organs of your body.It even holds the most harsh and concentrated acid called HCL or Hydrochloric acid. Many times you will notice, stomach cramps and gas formation; which is really very hectic and unbearable.
Today we will be telling you a miraculous recipe/drink which will relief from stomach cramps and gas formation.
First, let us discuss how actually these occurs! How cramping and gas formation occur in our stomach. What makes it so unbearable and painful?
How Stomach cramps and gas formation occurs?
Gas formation occurs when bacteria in your colon ferment carbohydrates that aren’t digested in your small intestine. Swallowed air can lead to the formation of gas. You swallow air every time you eat or drink. You may also swallow air when you’re nervous, eat too fast, chew gum, suck on candies or drink through a straw. Some of that air finds its way into your lower digestive tract.
What can one do to stay safe?
To maximize their calming effect, should be combined with chamomile, and additionally if you add probiotics yogurt, along with a slices of pineapple, which is rich in enzymes, you will get a drink that will facilitate the digestion and will keep you fresh all day.
Well now let us go through the homemade drink for stomach cramps. Being delicious, it is very healthy and good for health. One suffering from stomach cramps and gases must try this out.
Homemade drink for Stomach cramps:
- 1 cup cooled chamomile tea
- 1 cup strawberries
- 1 cup pineapple chunks
- 1 probiotics yogurt
- 1 teaspoon of honey
- 1 cup ice cubes
- Put all components in a blender or food processor and also blend it up until smooth.
- After blending, put the blend in a glass, and also appreciate in this refreshing healthy and balanced drink.
This is a very yummy and healthy drink. You can even use it as your summer drink, for general uses. Take care and live well!
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