IBS is a condition that causes frequent bouts of diarrhea. Constipation (IBS–C) and mixed symptoms (IBS–M) are some symptoms. You might be open to trying any treatment to alleviate your symptoms.
Prescription medications can have side effects and may not be as effective as claimed. Natural remedies might be a better option if you aren’t comfortable taking prescription medication. They may even be the only way to treat your IBS symptoms in the long term.
Simple changes, such as eating more fiber-rich foods or exercising more, can ease the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome. Your body might not immediately respond to these changes. However, you want to find long-term solutions, not temporary ones.
Signs and symptoms of Inflammatory Bowel Syndrome (IBS) include:
Some symptoms may vary but usually present for a long time depending on the person’s seriousness.
- Abdominal pain, cramping, or bloating
- Changes in the appearance of bowel movement
- Changes in how often you are having a bowel movement
Other symptoms that are often related include the sensation of incomplete evacuation and increased acidity, mucus, or blood in the stool.
Some herbs which work wonders for IBS sufferers are as follows:
This herb shatapushpa also known to many of us as Anise. Shatapushpa is a potent digestive aid highly valued as an ingredient in Ayurvedic medicine for IBS and other gastrointestinal disorders.
According to research, the herb’s oil extracts relieve IBS symptoms by acting as natural muscle relaxants. It can also alleviate IBS-related constipation when used in conjunction with other herbs. The finding that the herb specifically improved IBS symptoms after four weeks of regular consumption is the most promising.
Chamomile is well-known for its powerful anti-spasmodic, pain-relieving, and carminative properties. This helps to relieve IBS symptoms and also reduces anxiety and stress that may exacerbate them. It can also treat IBS symptoms such as diarrhea, flatulence, and abdominal cramps. When brewed in tea, the herb can alleviate stress conditions leading to IBS.
Fennel, well-known for its anti-inflammatory and carminative properties, has a distinctive taste that aids digestion. Fennel’s soothing and potent wound-healing properties can relieve stomach pain, flatulence, and indigestion.
Let the fennel seeds soak overnight in water. Strain the water the next day. Regularly consuming this fennel water reduces ulcerative colitis symptoms and helps ease the pain.
Black raisins contain concentrated amounts of fiber, which can help treat constipation and trigger bowel movements.
- Soak 20 black raisins in 1 glass of water overnight
- Drink this in the morning
Flaxseeds contain soluble and insoluble fiber, adding bulk to your stool and making it easy to pass through.
- At night before sleeping, boil 1 tbsp of flaxseed in a cup of water for at least 2 to 3 minutes.
- Then drink the whole cup, including the tea and the seeds.
You can try CCF tea first thing in the morning for better evacuation.
IBS causes stomach aches and diarrhea; in the worst-case scenario, blood in the stool. However, there are ways to reduce or eliminate the symptoms. IBS symptoms can be managed at home by managing your stress levels and eating a healthy diet.
However, remember that every person’s body and circumstances are different, and so does the treatment. It is not important that if one remedy works on one person, it will work on another.
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