Food Poisoning Relief

Have you ever had those moments when you suddenly face a digestive challenge and wish it would go away? When such events arise there are steps you can prepare for and use. I have used many myself and will share them with you.

At times I have eaten too much, because my wife is a great cook, I have found that when I feel stuffed or bloated I can easily resolve it with Apple Cider Vinegar. I take 1 tablespoons in a 4-6 ounce glass of water or double the amounts (2 tablespoons ACV in 8 oz of water) and within 15 minutes I begin to feel better and by 30 minutes it’s gone. This is something great to do in the evening also daily after dinner to assist the stomach in digesting.

Now you might say ” well I have acid reflux so I cannot use that”. I will answer you this way, The reason for the acid reflux particularly in people over 50 years of age, is due to a reduction in acid in the stomach which allows the valve in the stomach where it meets the esophagus to remain slightly open. The result is a back up of stomach acid. When you take the Apple Cider Vinegar it actually adds the amount of acid missing and eventually can restore the area to normal ridding the body of the Acid Reflux.

Acid Reflux

So my client went for a test for their stomach to make sure all was in working order. This person had acid reflux. Upon entering the room for the test, the technician said ” Here drink these two cans of pineapple juice.”The client responded  T” I can’t have pineapple juice as it’s too much acid in my stomach giving me acid reflux.”  “T we cannot do thhe Technician saide test unless you drink these two cans as this will eliminate all the acid so we can perform the test”. he client said ” Oh Well down it goes”. After the test and for the next two days the client no longer experienced Acid Reflux.

The moral of the story is sometimes you need to do the same so that you can correct the issue but you have to understand when you can do this and what tools to use.

How to Fix:

Stomach cramps: Lobelia Tincture – 1 dropper is usually enough to release the cramps. Try to do some mild yoga. This often helps trapped gas escape.

Ate too much: Apple Cider Vinegar Tonic helps digest an overly large meal. The vinegar provides extra acidity to help digest all types of foods. Take one tablespoon and put in 4 ounces of water and add either 1 TBS raw unheated honey or 12 drops liquid stevia to sweeten. Then drink it down after your large meal. Usually within 15 minutes, you’ll start to feel better.

Lemon Digestive help: An alternative to the apple cider vinegar tonic is to take 1/2 to 1 lemon, squeeze the juice and add it to 4 ounces of water and add 12 drops liquid stevia. This lemonade drink provides extra digestive power.

Herbal Digestive Help: If you forgot to take Digestive Formula with your meal, now’s the time to take it. It will help speed up your digestion and help with the bloat, heartburn and even nausea.

Hangover – try inhaling Peppermint oil and/or taking Colon Soothe to help the nausea. The Colon Soothe also helps absorb remaining alcohol out of your system. Rehydrate with Essential Nutrients mixed into young coconut water. 

Food poisoning: If you get food poisoning, you have a few choices depending on how it’s affected you.  

If you are very nauseated, try taking 1 to 2 drops Peppermint oil in 1 or 2 ounces of water and drink it down.  You can also use Ginger Tincture this way

Try taking Colon Soothe powder or opening up the capsules of Colon Detox Caps and mixing with water and drinking it down. This helps absorb the offending bacteria, stops heartburn, takes away the pain of acid reflux and stops diarrhea. A few doses is usually all it takes to eliminate simple food poisoning.

If you are sick to your stomach, you can try taking a larger dose of Lobelia to help your body purge it out through vomiting. I don’t recommend this unless you are truly miserable and you’ve tried everything else first. Take the above two remedies first – they help soothe the stomach and relieve pain.

Assisting with Other Symptoms

Stomach cramps: Lobelia Tincture – 1 dropper is usually enough to release the cramps. Try to do some mild yoga. This often helps trapped gas escape.

Ate too much: Apple Cider Vinegar Tonic helps digest an overly large meal. The vinegar provides extra acidity to help digest all types of foods. Take one tablespoon and put in 4 ounces of water and add either 1 TBS raw unheated honey or 12 drops liquid stevia to sweeten. Then drink it down after your large meal. Usually within 15 minutes, you’ll start to feel better.

Lemon Digestive help: An alternative to the apple cider vinegar tonic is to take 1/2 to 1 lemon, squeeze the juice and add it to 4 ounces of water and add 12 drops liquid stevia. This lemonade drink provides extra digestive power.

Herbal Digestive Help: If you forgot to take Digestive Formula with your meal, now’s the time to take it. It will help speed up your digestion and help with the bloat, heartburn and even nausea.

Hangover – try inhaling Peppermint oil and/or taking Colon Soothe to help the nausea. The Colon Soothe also helps absorb remaining alcohol out of your system. Rehydrate with Essential Nutrients mixed into young coconut water. 

Food poisoning: If you get food poisoning, you have a few choices depending on how it’s affected you.  

If you are very nauseated, try taking 1 to 2 drops Peppermint oil in 1 or 2 ounces of water and drink it down.  You can also use Ginger Tincture this way

Try taking Colon Soothe powder or opening up the capsules of Colon Detox Caps and mixing with water and drinking it down. This helps absorb the offending bacteria, stops heartburn, takes away the pain of acid reflux and stops diarrhea. A few doses is usually all it takes to eliminate simple food poisoning.

If you are sick to your stomach, you can try taking a larger dose of Lobelia to help your body purge it out through vomiting. I don’t recommend this unless you are truly miserable and you’ve tried everything else first. Take the above two remedies first – they help soothe the stomach and relieve pain.

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