duminică, 10 iulie 2011
Aloe Vera Juice for Acid Reflux
Many people have heard about using aloe to soothe sunburns or other minor burns on their skin, but they may not have thought about treating internal burns with aloe as well. Acid reflux is a type of internal "burn" that can be treated with aloe vera juice.
In fact, natural aloe vera can be a very effective way to soothe your stomach and esophagus, as well as treat other symptoms that are associated with acid reflux.
When a person is experiencing acid reflux symptoms, their stomach acids are actually moving up their esophagus. These stomach acids are potent because they are designed to digest the food that moves through our digestive system. When the esophagus walls come in contact with the acid on a regular basis, they can become burned and scar tissue may begin to form.
There are many different methods that can be used to treat acid reflux, including home remedies and over the counter treatments. Many people choose to implement home remedies in order to avoid the side effects that may be caused by the medications.
Aloe Vera Juice
Aloe is an easy and effective way to soothe and heal burns. The best way to treat acid reflux with aloe is by drinking a little bit of aloe on a daily basis. If you don’t like the taste of the aloe, try mixing it with just a little bit of grape or apple juice, or any other type of juice that is non-acidic.
When you drink the aloe, it heals your esophagus in addition to soothing the stomach. So, it is a good idea to continue drinking the aloe even after your heartburn symptoms have decreased. Most people have damage in their esophagus that needs to heal and following a regular treatment of aloe vera juice can help the entire digestive system to heal.