6 Terrific Tips For Fighting Stomach Flu

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3. Tea

If you can keep down water, then you can keep down tea. Avoid black teas, sodas, or coffee, these will only upset your stomach further. Teas such as peppermint are known to calm the digestive system and stop cramps. Ginger tea is perhaps the oldest remedy on earth for stopping nausea and vomiting. Mix some raw, organic honey for sweetener and sip slowly. Your stomach will let you know if it is willing to tolerate tea or not. If it gives you the OK, then drink two or three cups each day.


4. Antibacterials

No, we don’t mean hand soap. You need to kill off those bad bacteria that somehow got in your gut. Although your body is doing it in its own way, you can help things along if you can consume some naturally antibacterial foods and herbs, such as oregano oil, garlic, coconut oil, cloves, apple cider vinegar, and thyme. Sometimes, it can be difficult to keep anything down, but a little broth with some garlic will go a long way.

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