These are effective herbal natural medicine for acid reflux that have worked very well for patients in my clinic.
To choose the herbal remedy for acid reflux that's most appropriate for you, you want to first look at the other associated symptoms to fine-tune your choice.
Keep in mind that you must stop the behaviors that caused you to have acid reflux in the first place, otherwise you're continuing to cause the problem. See the acid reflux causes page for more about this.
These are the most common remedies I use. They are available at most Chinese Markets, as well as online at many sites such as www.acu-market.com. They are usually sold as a small one-week supply, so purchasing a few bottles at a time is advisable.
As with all herbal remedies, avoid them during pregnancy and follow the instructions with the product.
This herbal remedy for acid reflux is primarily for the pain associated with stomach acid. The main ingredients neutralizes excess acid and promotes the healing of ulcers, stops pain and strengthen the digestion.
It can be used in conjunction with the below remedies if needed.
If you also experience fatigue and other digestive complaints, particularly after meals, such as stomachache, nausea, diarrhea and stomach distension, this remedy can be very good.
It's a very popular herbal remedy in China, and is made by several different companies
This herbal remedy is used primarily when there's an accompanying feeling of fullness in the chest, epigastrium or abdomen.
This natural medicine for acid reflux is intended for actual ulceration of the stomach or duodenum. It regenerates ulcerated tissue and suppresses stomach acid. If there's no ulcer, one of the other formulas would be a better choice.
If you've noticed an excess of mucus (white or clear, not yellow), and you feel like food matter is accumulated in your stomach, you may want to try this formula.
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