Accelerate Relief from Stomach Ulcers with These 5 Home Remedies

As well as turning to these natural remedies, it is also important to reduce our consumption of foods that may irritate the gastric mucous and worsen the state of the ulcers
Accelerate Relief from Stomach Ulcers with These 5 Home Remedies

Last update: 02 January, 2019

Stomach ulcers are lesions suffered by the mucous stomach lining due to the excessive production of stomach acid.

This ailment causes a strong burning sensation in the abdomen, as well as inflammation, acid reflux and other bothersome digestive symptoms.

In the majority of cases, it is caused by an infection of the bacteria H. Pylorialthough it can also be related to excessive consumption of tobacco, alcohol and some irritant foods.

While not all cases are serious, it’s essential to treat it in a timely manner to avoid other complications in the body.

Fortunately, as well as the pharmaceutical treatments, there are some natural remedies that help to accelerate the healing process.

In this blog, we want to share 5 of the best in detail so that you can try them next time you are faced with this condition.

Take note!

1. Warm water with honey

Honey contains an enzyme known as glucose oxidase that helps to fight the bacterial infection that causes stomach ulcers.

This substance, as well as providing vitamins and minerals, accelerates the healing of the wound and neutralizes the burning sensation caused by the stomach acid.


  • 1 cup of water (250 ml)
  • 2 tablespoons of organic honey (50 g)


  • Heat the cup of water and add the two tablespoons of organic honey.

Method of intake

  • Drink it first thing in the morning on an empty stomach for at least 2 weeks.

2. Chamomile and lemon balm infusion

By combining the properties of chamomile with the healing power of lemon balm, we can obtain a natural drink for the symptoms of stomach ulcers.

These plants contain high concentrations of active anti-inflammatory and antibacterial ingredients which, when absorbed by the body, help to calm the irritation caused by these wounds.


  • 1 cup of water (250 ml)
  • 1/2 teaspoon of chamomile flowers (2 g)
  • 1/2 teaspoon of lemon balm (2 g)


  • Heat a cup of water and, when it boils, add the herbs.
  • Leave it to steep for 15 minutes and strain.

Method of intake

  • Drink a cup of the infusion every evening after dinner.
  • Repeat this treatment for 2 or 3 weeks.

3. Aloe vera juice

The natural juice obtained from the crystals of aloe vera is one of the most highly recommended digestive allies for excess stomach acid and ulcers.

Its healing, anti-inflammatory and regenerative ingredients help to repair the intestinal mucous, calming the burning and irritation.


  • 3 tablespoons of aloe vera gel (45 g)
  • 1 tablespoon of honey (25 g)
  • 1/2 cup of water (125 ml)


  • Put all the ingredients in the blender and mix for a few minutes.

Method of intake

  • Drink this after eating, a maximum of twice a day.
  • Do this treatment for a week.

4. Potato juice

While one tablespoon of natural potato juice can reduce burning in the stomach, drinking this juice mixed with water daily can help to cure the ulcers quickly.

This ingredient reduces stomach inflammation and helps to regulate the pH to limit the negative effects of acidity.


  • 1 small potato
  • 1/2 cup of water (125 ml)


  • Chop up the potato and mix it with the half cup of water in the blender.

Method of intake

  • Drink it when you first experience signs of a burning sensation.
  • Drink it in the morning for 10 to 12 days.

5. Linseed water

Known for their slimming and digestive properties, linseeds are a good complement for relieving ulcers.

Their natural fibers prevent constipation, while their fatty acids and amino acids help to repair the stomach lining.

They are ideal for feeding the healthy bacteria of the intestines and, as if this weren’t enough, they also help neutralize acids.


  • 1 tablespoon of linseeds (10 g)
  • 1/2 cup of water (125 ml)


  • Immerse the linseeds in half a cup of warm water and leave them to soak overnight.

Method of intake

  • The next morning, when the linseeds have released a gelatinous substance, strain the liquid and drink it on an empty stomach.
  • Repeat this treatment every day for at least 3 weeks.

Remember that as well as consuming these natural remedies, it’s essential to maintain good dietary habits and avoid sources of saturated fats, spicy foods or other irritant foods.

Also, it’s helpful to increase your water intake and spread your meals over five or six portions a day.

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