This Effective Remedy Will Eliminate Gastritis, Heartburn and Protects Your Intestinal Flora!

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Gastritis is when the stomach lining( mucosa) is inflamed, or swollen.

Stomach acid breaks down food and pepsin digests protein and a thick layer of mucus  prevent the acidic digestive juice from dissolving the stomach tissue.


Gastritis may be acute or chronic:

Acute gastritis starts suddenly and lasts for a very short time.

Chronic gastritis if  not treated lasts for years or even a lifetime.

Gastritis can be erosive or nonerosive:

Erosive gastritis can cause erosions(shallow breaks in the stomach lining) or ulcers (deep sores in the stomach lining_.

Nonerosive gastritis causes inflammation  stomach lining.

Gastritis is treatable with several natural remedies :

Rice water

  • Boil 2 handfuls of rice in a liter of water,

  • Let it  cool down

  • Drink it during the day to relieve the symptoms and cure the condition.

Ginger and pear

  • Peel and slice a piece of ginger and one pear,

  • Boil them in water

  • Let them cook and soften,

  • Remove the pot from heat

  • Drink the water each morning before breakfast.

Carrot and celery juice

  • Blend a few carrots , a celery sprig and some water

  • Drink the smoothie every time you’re experiencing heartburn .

Apple and chamomile

  • Peel and slice one apple

  • Add some chamomile flowers in a pot of water,

  • Bring the mixture to a boil

  • Remove it from the heat

  • Strain

  • Drink a cup each morning.

Parsley tea

  • Boil water

  • Add some fresh parsley

  • Let it sit for 10 minutes

  • Drink it every morning to protect your stomach from infections.

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