how to relieve heartburn fast – Natural remedies

how to relieve heartburn fast – Natural remedies

If you ever feel this disturbing sensation of burning, starting from the lower part of the chest down to the stomach causing vomit and nausea, it often happens after meals, you are probably dealing with  heartburn just like a lot of people.

what is Heartburn?

Heartburn is a very common disorder, that can generate various illness like gastritis, reflux, peptic ulcer, and if not treated in time it can become chronic and on a long run, and can eventually triggers bowel cancer. When it occurs occasionally with abdominal pain, the best thing to do is to immediately contact the doctor for proper investigation, he/she may request several tests to confirm and check it progress, and prescribed drugs therapy to eliminate the infection.

The reason why people are easily affected is still unknown, but there seems to be a correlation with incorrect lifestyle habits, abuse of non-steroidal drugs, alcohol and smoking cigarette. It is also true that for some people stress can play a decisive role, to the point of accentuating the perception of pain, However, the primary cause is and always remains what we eat.

If the problem is just temporary, it is possible to sort it out with Naturally, here are some simple remedies that can immediately relieve from heartburn.

Ginger – Quick action against heartburn!

Ginger is a spice, with anti-inflammatory and anti-acid properties, it a natural remedy for different type of disturbances like gastroesophageal reflux, nausea, vomiting, and poor digestion and is also very effective in case of diarrhea.

It also inhibitory against Helicobacter pylori, a pathogenic bacterium responsible for gastritis and stomach ulcers.

Ginger can be used fresh or dried, chewing it directly or drinking it hot, by boiling a small piece for about 10 minutes in 250ml of water, can really give immediate relief from heartburn


it is not rare that there are cases of intolerance, related to those who are taking hypertension medication. As for pregnant women, there are still a lot of debates on the appropriate use of this spice. In fact there are many women who, due to anti-nausea properties, make extensive use of ginger, however, some doctors advise caution in its use, because an abuse could compromise the health of the embryo and fetus.

Aloe Vera juice 

Aloe juice has an anti-inflammatory action that can be useful for those suffering from gastritis, stomach acid and reflux. Aloe juice can be consumed pure or diluted in water or fruit juices. Aloe Vera is a plant with fleshy leaves that contains a transparent and stringy gel, made of mucilage and acemannan, two substances that protect against the mucous membranes of the whole digestive system, including throat, esophagus, intestine, and colon.

Aloe Vera is often used as a complementary treatment to cancer therapy, both because it has a powerful antitumor and immunostimulant action and because it reduces the side effects of chemo and radiotherapy. It should be avoided during pregnancy and lactation. And make sure not to take more than a tablespoon of Aloe Vera juice 2-3 times a day, half an hour before meals

Infusion of Chamomile- it helps relieve tension instantly

Among the most common home remedies in case of heartburn, is chamomile, also useful to calm tensions and anxiety, which often cause burning, acid reflux and poor digestion. Chamomile helps to calm stomach ache thanks to the presence of flavonoids and some other therapeutic substances.

In case of sporadical reflux or stomach acid, drink a cup of warm chamomile tea. You can drink it during the day or after meals, but given the slightly sedative effect of this plant, it recommended consuming in the evening hours. Chamomile has no particular contraindications and can also be taken by children and even during pregnancy.

Hot water frees the body from toxin!

Water is a simple and immediate remedy to counteract heartburn, In particular, it is advisable to drink a glass of hot water, to be effective it must be very hot, drink small sip at a time, perhaps with the help of a teaspoon, this remedy is effective in case of reflux, but also to alleviate night cramps, anxiety, tachycardia.

In fact, hot water, dilates the stomach walls, getting rid of excess gas ( often after drinking the hot water, you can hear the sound of belching) and this facilitates the digestive processes.

The next time you suffer heartburn, try this simple remedy and trust me you won’t regret it.

Mallow flower protect the mucos membranes

Mallow is a very delicate flower and an excellent remedy against heartburn, a natural emollient for the gastric mucous, thanks to the presence of mucilage, that forms a protective film. It is also useful in case of sore throat, irritable colon (colitis) and constipation (it has mild laxative effects).

It can be consumed simply as an infusion: you can find it loose or ready in filters. When preparing it, you can use both leaves and flowers, fresh or dried. Dip a handful of fresh grass or 2 gr of dried grass in 250 ml of cold water. Boil, on medium heat for about 20 minutes, filter and drink hot.

Mallow has no particular contraindications, as long as you are not allergic to some of its components, it is a natural remedy that can also be used during pregnancy and lactation.

foods to avoid when having heartburn

Heartburn is caused most of the time by certain foods that can awaken discomfort after consuming them. In particular fatty and spicy foods, but also some drinks such as coffee, alcohol and carbonated drinks.

Apples, bananas or other fruit, should be consumed only at breakfast, away from meals. Consuming  fruits after meals during when having heartburn, will only worsen the symptoms, as it will further slow down the digestion and cause a process of fermentation of sugars, resulting in the production of gas and acidity.

Generally, people who suffer from gastritis are advised to eat slowly and while sitting down, going to bed just immediately after meals. The tips listed above can be used for momentary heartburn attacks, but once again, if the disorders persist and especially if you experience symptoms such as swallowing problems, unjustified weight loss or any bleeding is not the case to wait or search for miraculous remedies online.

it is absolutely necessary to consult a specialist. In all other cases, proper nutrition and a healthy lifestyle can treat and prevent heartburn.








7 thoughts on “how to relieve heartburn fast – Natural remedies

  1. I never realized there were a few natural remedies to heartburn. While I rarely experience this sensation, which goes away quickly regardless, it’s great to see there are natural ways to relieve heartburn. I’m always on the prowl for natural cures as I’m no fan of medication; I’m a big pharma skeptic, so I found value just reading this.

  2. HI, thanks for sharing you home remedies for heartburn. Heartburn is not a disease but problem or discomfort caused by stomach acid reflux back into the esophagus causing erosion of the lining of the esophagus. I really love your home remedies especially the Aloe vera, ginger, and the flowers. Where do you get those? I do not know how easy it is to drink very hot water but may be for start I will take warm water. Thanks for sharing.

  3. There are some real novel suggestions here I hadn’t considered. I really try to stay away from the drugstore solutions as I don’t consider those to be particularly good for the digestive tract overall.

    I actually like shaved ginger, which is often served with sushi as a kind of palate cleanser. I always felt it kind of settled the stomach as well.

    Fortunately I don’t get heartburn very often, but when I do it’s nice to know I’ve got more options than just toughing it out, thanks!

  4. What a nice post you wrote! I really enjoyed reading it and I could not be silent about your post so I decided to leave my comment here and say Thank You! For sharing this quality post with others.
    Actually this is exactly the information that I was looking for about heartburn remedies and when I landed to your website and read this post, it answered all my questions in details.
    So I’m happy that you decided to write about this topic and share it with people. It’s very useful and can definitely be used as a great source for natural remedies for heartburn.
    I will come back to your website again for sure and I’m looking forward to read your new posts.)


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