Homemade Remedies to Fight Stomach Inflammation

· December 23, 2015

Stomach inflammation is a very common problem, especially for women, which is caused as a consequence of a bad combination of foods, excess food, stress, digestive problems, menstruation, or constipation. This annoying problem makes your stomach look more inflamed and can also be accompanied by other annoying symptoms like gas and abdominal pain.

In order to fight stomach inflammation, it is very important to modify your food habits and eliminate those foods from your diet that can cause irritation. However, if you consider that suffering from abdominal inflammation is inevitable, there are some homemade remedies that can be a huge help to reduce this problem.

Foods Rich in Antioxidants

Foods rich in antioxidants are key to fighting abdominal inflammation and showing off a flatter stomach. These kinds of foods give you many health benefits and it is very important to include it in your diet frequently. We recommend eating between 2 and 4 servings a day of foods rich in antioxidants like: cranberries, apples, onions, garlic, celery, etc.

Foods Rich in Fiber


A good diet should include foods rich in fiber that help you have better digestion and give you benefits like a flat stomach. If you are suffering from stomach inflammation, increase your consumption of foods rich in fiber to fight it. Among these foods you can find: vegetables and fruit, whole grains, whole flour and rice.


Clove is recommended especially for when stomach inflammation is chronic. In these cases, we recommend drinking 20 drops in a half glass of water every morning on an empty stomach. This remedy will help you fight gas or flatulence that tends to be common when you suffer from stomach inflammation.

Lemon Water


Lemon has alkaline properties that helps neutralize stomach acid to prevent a lot of health problems. If you suffer from stomach inflammation, we recommend drinking a glass of warm lemon water on an empty stomach everyday.


Cinnamon is a very popular spice all over the world, which has been used to treat and prevent the annoying stomach inflammation since the old ages. A cinnamon infusion is great for fighting abdominal pain, improving digestion, and reducing the annoying inflammation in this area of your body. To make it, simply mix a teaspoon of powdered cinnamon in a cup of water, let sit for 15 minutes, and sweeten it with bee honey.

Other Spices


Spices like fennel, cumin, and oregano are recommended for fighting stomach inflammation and gas. Fennel is a spice that is characterized by its antiseptic properties and its action for fighting cases of diarrhea and stomach gases. Cumin is a sedative and diuretic, recommended for fighting fluid retention and inflammation. Lastly, oregano boosts digestion, is a diuretic, and is great for your liver.

Medicinal Plant Infusions

Herb infusions or teas have become very popular because of their digestive and diuretic properties that help cleanse your body and fight those annoying abdominal inflammation problems. Drinking two or three cups of the infusion a day can treat and prevent stomach inflammation problems, as well as other related digestive problems. Among the recommend infusions we can find: chamomile, ginger, mint, spearmint, salvia, oregano, or basil.

Reduce Your Consumption of Salt


Although this itself is not a remedy, it is very important to keep in mind this tip because it is the key to fighting and preventing stomach inflammation. Consuming salt or sodium in excess contributes to the annoying sensation of bloating, because it can cause fluid retention.

Juice to Fight Stomach Inflammation

This powerful juice is great for fighting that annoying stomach inflammation because you will mix diuretic and depurative foods that will help you prevent fluid retention as well as boost digestion.


  • 1 pineapple slice
  • 1 tablespoon of linseed
  • Juice from a lemon
  • 1 glass of pure water
  • A little bit of honey

How to Make it

Put all of the ingredients in a blender, beat for a few minutes, and drink this juice on an empty stomach 30 minutes before eating breakfast.