Ginger can be ingested fresh, cooked, or as a dietary supplement.
Chamomile calms the stomach. It has long been used to minimize vomiting and relieve digestive discomfort.
Peppermint is well-known for relieving IBS symptoms such as stomach pain, bloating, and diarrhea.
Traditionally, licorice was used to treat dyspepsia. But it can also help prevent stomach ulcers.
Flax can help regulate bowel motions, so relieving stomach pain and constipation.
This fruit contains an enzyme called papain, which breaks down proteins and assists digestion, making it very useful in treating indigestion.
Bananas are a natural antacid. They also contribute to increased mucus production in the stomach, which helps to prevent discomfort.
Probiotic-rich meals can help manage the healthy bacteria in your gut, helping with gas, bloating, and constipation.