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Gastritis can be caused by viruses, parasites, fungi, stress, steroid ingestion, spicy foods, anti-inflammatory, and other things.
People who suffer from gastritis need some special care when eating. You have to avoid excesses, eat light foods that are easily digested, drink plenty of water, and eat bread slices or water crackers to alleviate the pain.
Also, recipes of teas for gastritis are super useful. Let’s see some plants that help alleviate the discomfort:
Brazilian pepper tree tea
A good tea for gastritis is the Brazilian pepper tree. This plant contains analgesic, anti-inflammatory, depurative, and antiacid properties that are efficient against gastritis and ulcers since they reduce stomach acidity and help fight the bacteria H. Pylori.
You can consume chard in other ways than stir-fried or in a salad. Chard has a high nutritional value and is a good homemade medicine against gastritis, helping eliminate toxins from the blood.
Apple and chamomile tea
Choose a fresh, red apple since they are less acid than green ones. This is a soothing tea that helps alleviate the burning sensation of gastritis.
And lastly, a herbal blend with complementary properties that help alleviate gastritis.
Remember that to treat gastritis, you need to follow all orientations of your doctor, such as changes in your diet and the use of certain medications
Follow these steps to avoid worsening your gastritis, which may develop into other complications, like ulcers or cancer.
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