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Monthly Archives: July 2016

Improve Gut Health with Herbal Teas

Digestion holds the way to great physical and psychological wellness, and its uncalled for working can prompt to different wellbeing complexities that may influence diverse organs in the body. As indicated by a few studies, it is found that the cerebrum and gut has a connection, and issues, similar to headaches and migraines may be ticked off by a shameful gut working. Thusly, you can consumption home grown teas for gut wellbeing to avoid body illnesses, and acid reflux issues.

Despicable absorption can bring about blockage, tooting, bloating, torment and distress, IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome), Crohn’s Disease, Gastric ulcers, and colitis. These issues can be because of wrong dietary patterns, absence of movement, negative enthusiastic vitality or unfortunate way of life; bringing about hampered absorption, and delivering poisons that get put away in the body. Drink natural tea frequently to decrease weight, enhance the digestion system of sustenance, and minimize uncomfortable Gastro Intestinal (GI) indications. This solid tonic has a few powerful properties that get free off heartburn, and keep up a sound living.

Herbal teas are made by using several natural ingredients, like plants, herbs, and fruits. They are caffeine-free, unsweetened, refreshing, aromatic, and good for health. They are found to be very effective to prevent acidity and improve digestion. You can also include fruits, like mango and papaya in the diet to treat indigestion problems. The organic teas can calm the nervous system and relieve stomach cramps naturally. They are blessed with several health stimulating properties, and can eliminate toxins from the body. They help in nutrients absorption and improve the digestion process in the body. They can also alleviate nausea, heartburn, abdominal pain, gas, and bloating. To get the effective health result, drink this tonic once or twice per day.

Organic teas consist of several herbs, out of which, dandelion is the chief one. It acts as a laxative agent and treats indigestion problems. Burdock root is another natural ingredient added in the tonic to cure acidity and indigestion problems. It can boost the intestinal secretion and digestive acid in the body. But, note that a pregnant woman should avoid burdock root products in diet schedule.

Today, you can find a wide array of herbal teas to address different health issues, like obesity, hair loss, hormonal imbalance, skin problems, etc. They have been used from the ancient times to cure various health problems.

A lot of people spend enormous amount of money on beauty products to get rid off blemishes, acne, and other skin related problems. If you start drinking herbal rea regularly, your skin will rejuvenate, and look younger. It consist of anti-toxic and anti-septic properties, which will purify your blood, and remove impurities from the body. Almost all the ingredients used for the preparation of organic teas are known for their effective properties. 100% organic composition is a key feature of this tonic. If you are in search of a side-effect free solution for acidity, and other health related problems, feel free to include herbal tea in your daily routine. It can be used by people under all age groups. For the best health result, use this remedy consistently, and feel the positive change in your body.


What Are The Different Diverticulitis Complications?

In industrialized nations, the occurrence of diverticulitis is regular and has significantly ascended after some time. The individuals who have this condition don’t know, as it is regularly asymptomatic and they get some answers concerning it after they experience a test for other therapeutic issues. Also, they get to be mindful that they have the condition just when intricacies create which require intercession through home treatment or surgery to expel the infected part.

The etiology of the diverticular malady is obscure however a few analysts trust that components that cause it incorporate poor dietary propensities, changes in the weight and intestinal divider which is brought about by maturing and obstacle created by rehashed assaults of the condition which scars the intestinal covering.

It is hard to analyze diverticulitis, as the vast majority of its side effects are the same as that of other gastrointestinal issue. A few people might be misdiagnosed with bad tempered entrail disorder, aggravated bowl ailment, tainted colitis, irritation of the pelvic territory and threat.


If the diverticulosis of the patient is not readily resolved in the given time frame, he or she needs to talk with their family physician. Most often, family physicians would recommend contacting a specialist surgeon to talk with the patient.


One of the most common problems and the most serious one is the possibility of perforation or tear in the wall of the colon area. If the tear is small, surgeons can repair the localized perforation to contain the air leaking in the abdominal cavity. Repair is needed as soon as possible to prevent contamination of the cavity. The Hinchey classification is used to describe the condition of the perforation and serves as a guide for surgeons on how conservative they would be when performing emergency surgery.

  • Hinchey I – localized abscess
  • Hinchey II – pelvic abscess
  • Hinchey III – purulent peritonitis ( there are pus in the abdominal cavity)
  • Hinchey IV – feculent peritonitis


Peritonitis is another complication where the inner wall of the abdomen tissue (peritoneum) becomes infected. If treatment is not made readily, the infection may lead to infection of the other parts of the body, which can lead to sepsis of the body resulting to multiple organ failure.

Patients with peritonitis will experience nausea and a dull ache in the abdominal area or a feeling of distention. Fever, chills, vomiting, and extreme thirst are just some of the signs that the person have peritonitis.

These are just some of the complications that may develop for chronic diverticulitis. To know more about this diverticular disease, talk with your family physician about it and ask if a referral to a specialist is needed.


About Indigestion

Indigestion, also known as dyspepsia or upset stomach, is characterised by the burning sensation in the stomach or chest region. In addition to burning sensation, you may experience other associated symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, sour eructation, abdominal bloating, belching and flatulence. Usually, indigestion is treatable with effective oral or liquid antacids. However, if the symptoms persist for more than two weeks, consult your medical professional.

Common causes of indigestion

  • Gastritis or stomach irritation
  • Gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GORD)
  • Peptic ulcers (gastric or duodenal)
  • Gall bladder issues
  • Swallowing too much of air during eating or drinking
  • Stress, anxiety and depression
  • Stomach cancer

Diagnosis of indigestion

You are probably doing the best thing if you take oral or liquid antacid when you experience indigestion on eating spicy or hot food. However, if the pain or discomfort persists for more than two weeks, it is the time to consult a general practitioner. After physical examination and evaluation, your physician may advise you a course of histamine-blocking agent for a few weeks. This treatment may be continued for a month or more, depending on the alleviation of the symptoms.

A barium meal X-ray is helpful in diagnosing any underlying medical condition. It also helps in detecting any abnormalities in oesophagus or stomach, such as tumours, outgrowths, etc. Another commonly advised investigation is endoscopy.

Indigestion Treatment

Oral or Liquid Antacids – These are over-the-counter medicines that are found easily at your food stores or pharmacies. These medicines contain calcium carbonate, magnesium, aluminium or a combination of magnesium and aluminium. They are effective antacids and provide relief within few minutes. Most of these antacids are not prescribed for people with history of hypertension, heart disease and kidney dysfunction. It is always safe to use antacids after consulting a GP.

Histamine-Blocking Agents – They are usually available over-the-counter in lower potencies. These medicines may take some time to provide relief from indigestion. Although they are available over the counter, it is important to consult doctor beforehand.

With these medicines, indigestion is easily treatable. But at the same time, you need to take care of your gastrointestinal system by eating a well-balanced diet. Avoid fatty, hot and spicy foods, as they irritate your gastric mucosa, aggravating the symptoms.