Burping, also named as eructation and belching, is the release of gas from the stomach and esophagus. The condition can be caused by regular use of junk foods (burgers, pizza, French fries), drinking carbonated beverages (beer, energy drinks, soft drinks, wines), and living an unhealthy and inactive life. Associated symptoms include nausea, heartburn, ulcer, dyspepsia, and food allergies. If you are a person who is unable to digest lactose or glucose, you may experience burping within a few minutes of consumption, so, it is important to consult a doctor as early as possible. Alternatively, if you have no serious health issues, you may like to try the following remedies.

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Ginger

Ginger is one of the most powerful and easy treatments to prevent burping and heartburn. It is best known for its carminative, antioxidant and antibacterial properties. Ginger helps relax the gastrointestinal muscles and prevents bloating, burping and stomach acidity to a greater extent. Take one tablespoon of finely ground ginger and two teaspoons of honey. Prepare a paste and consume it every day for desirable results. Alternatively, you may try ginger tea or ginger supplements. Do not try any supplement without the recommendation of your doctor.

Chamomile

A study published in the Journal of Molecular Medicines reveals that chamomile helps soothe the stomach and prevents acid burn, stomach acidity, nausea, vomiting, and other similar complications. It has excellent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties and can be used twice per day for desirable results.

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Drink chamomile tea once a day to relieve intestinal cramping.

Peppermint

Peppermint is one of the best remedies to prevent and treat burping. It is famous for its antispasmodic and antioxidant properties. Peppermint helps relieve heartburn, indigestion, stomach acidity, and other similar disorders. It contributes to regular blood flow in the body and is good for human health. Mix two teaspoons of peppermint powder with one teaspoon of honey. Make a soft paste and consume it one to two times a day for desirable results. You can also prepare #Peppermint Tea at home, and drink it two to three times a day. Do not drink peppermint tea if you are a diabetes patient.

Other tips to cure the disease

In addition to peppermint, chamomile, and ginger, you may try the following options:

  • It is ideal to chew three to four basil leaves to prevent belching.
  • Avoid carbonated drinks, red wine, and junk foods
  • Drink milk two to three times a day, and avoid dairy products that contain lactose
  • Make melons, peaches, bananas, peaches, prunes, apples, and pears a part of your daily diet.

Will you try these natural remedies?