WTHHYBL

465d

What can I do to settle an upset stomach

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    • Hiraeth

      465d

      This is going to sound a bit holistic, but I really love teas: you can try chai with added cinnamon, clove, nutmeg, allspice, & ginger, ginseng, peppermint & spearmint, fennel, licorice, chamomile, & tulsi (especially useful for ulcers) teas, and also just plain teas (white, black, green) also help, you can try Celestial Sleepytime before bed, ginger ale (I like Seagrams and Vernor's best, I think Canada Dry is too weak and sweet to really help much), milk or honey (especially useful with acid reflux), bread or crackers to soak up stomach acid, or even candied ginger, although you might have to candy it yourself to get a level of sweetness you're comfortable with. Best of luck to you! 🤗

    • Baby_Bunny

      465d

      I personally can't have pepto so here is what I usually do. The smell of eucalyptus, mint, and or lavender essential oils help me. I'll also try to snack on crisp fresh foods like sliced strawberries, cucumber, and bell peppers.

    • Cam4767

      465d

      Smell anything peppermint, carbonated water (like La Croix), regular water, Ginger Ale, snack on saltines/Ritz/goldfish crackers, slow breathing in through nose and out mouth

    • WTHHYBL

      465d

      I found that actually eating peppermint helps🤔

    • UCBree

      465d

      Ginger gel caps or ginger ale work well for me. A lot of great suggestions in this thread.

    • Hiraeth

      465d

      This is going to sound a bit holistic, but I really love teas: you can try chai with added cinnamon, clove, nutmeg, allspice, & ginger, ginseng, peppermint & spearmint, fennel, licorice, chamomile, & tulsi (especially useful for ulcers) teas, and also just plain teas (white, black, green) also help, you can try Celestial Sleepytime before bed, ginger ale (I like Seagrams and Vernor's best, I think Canada Dry is too weak and sweet to really help much), milk or honey (especially useful with acid reflux), bread or crackers to soak up stomach acid, or even candied ginger, although you might have to candy it yourself to get a level of sweetness you're comfortable with. Best of luck to you! 🤗

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