Natural Remedy For IBS
Although most of the below natural remedy for IBS suggestions
aren't the same as the methods I regularly use with my patients, you may
find them helpful. Some of them still incorporate principles based on
Oriental medicine, just in a different way. But...
...if you haven't looked at my
cures for IBS
page, I recommend you start there. You may find these helpful in addition to the other treatments I discuss. And here they are...
diarrhea is your main problem, massage your abdomen counter-clockwise
for 3 minutes once or twice a day, using your palm or the pads of your
- While taking your showers, focus
the hot water on your abdomen. This will massage your abdomen, improving
your digestion and circulation.
- Avoid all stimulants... your intestines are already over-sensitive and don't need any more stimulation.
- Don't eat cold or raw foods - they require more energy to digest, which drains your digestive system even more.
bed, cover your stomach with a towel, topped by a layer of plastic
wrap, which is then covered by a heating pad. Leave it on for 20
- Juice 1/2 oz. of ginger mixed with
15 m. of rice vinegar. Combine that juice with 1 beaten egg. Cook the
mixture for only 5 seconds. Drink it slowly during the day, for a total
of three days.
- Do Tai Chi to relieve stress.
Since emotional stress is believed to be the main cause of IBS, this is a
great step toward stopping the cause.
your lower back with your palms until you feel warmth radiating to your
abdomen. This brings energy to your digestive organs.
I feel the other treatments that I discuss on my Cures For IBS page are
essential to getting over your problem, but the above natural remedy
for IBS suggestions may be very beneficial to you as well.
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References:Wang, Lihua. (2005). Chinese Home Remedies. Franklin Lakes, NJ. Career Press.
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