Aloe vera is a succulent herb with thick leaves containing sap, widely used in official and folk medicine. This juice is used to treat burns and superficial wounds. Aloe vera juice is also used in the production of numerous cosmetics - lotions, shampoos, creams. Aloe vera juice can also be used orally to treat acid reflux, heartburn, and constipation. The many health benefits of aloe vera are attributed to the large amount of nutrients it contains.
Step 1. See your doctor for an accurate diagnosis as acid reflux has similar symptoms to some other medical conditions
After making an accurate diagnosis, you and your doctor will be able to decide on the treatment.
Step 2. Review your diet
Once you start taking aloe vera internally, cut out the foods that are causing your problem. You should avoid alcohol, coffee, citrus fruits, tomatoes, fatty and fried foods, carbonated drinks, spicy foods, and fatty dairy products, which are the most likely to cause acid reflux.
Step 3. Drink 60-90 ml of aloe vera juice during each acid reflux attack
The juice will remove the burning sensation in the esophagus caused by the outflow of stomach acid. Aloe vera heals burns not only on the surface of the skin, but also on the internal organs.
Step 4. Drink 60-60 ml of aloe vera juice 1-3 times daily before meals to treat acid reflux and to prevent problems that acid reflux can cause
You need to start taking aloe juice in small portions, once a day - by this you will save yourself from diarrhea.
If you don't like the taste of aloe vera juice, mix it with water or tea
- Side effects of taking aloe vera juice by mouth are diarrhea and abdominal pain.
- Long-term use of aloe vera juice internally may lead to an increased risk of colorectal cancer.
- Drinking aloe vera juice internally is not recommended for children and pregnant women.
- If you are allergic to plants of the lily family - garlic or onions, then do not take inside aloe vera, as this plant belongs to the same family.
- Do not take aloe vera juice internally if you have diabetes, kidney failure, electrolyte imbalance, or if you have thyroid problems.