Diarrhea is not a topic of pleasant conversation, but it is one that needs to be addressed. Diarrhea kills more children than Aids, malaria and measles combined. The elderly and sick also fail prey to Diarrhea.
Most of the deaths from Diarrhea are attributable to unsafe water, inadequate sanitation and poor hygiene.
All of these conditions are the secondary effects of a natural disaster. Many times the water systems become polluted, or sanitary living conditions become compromised. Infectious diseases soon follow, with diarrhea becoming the outcome of many of them.
Perhaps the easiest solution to this problem is to boil water when one is uncertain as to its potability.
Fluids lost during diarrhea need to be replaced so that dehydration does not occur.
is an excellent source for treatment of diarrhea.
The following are homemade remedies from the article
Home Remedies for Diarrhea we recommend:
Home Remedies for diarrhea #1: Take homeopathic Arsenicum if you feel you have eaten spoiled food. This will help control the discharge without interfere with the elimination of toxins.
Home Remedies for diarrhea #2: If you feel weak and have a burning pain in mid-section take cuprum arsenicosum .
Take 4 charcoal tablets every hour this will absorb the toxins from the body.
Home Remedies for diarrhea #3: Drink blackberry tea for mild diarrhea.
Home Remedies for diarrhea #4: Take cayenne in capsules.
Home Remedies for diarrhea #5:Wild oregano oil is an antibacterial, anti parasitic and anti viral.
Home Remedies for diarrhea #6: Ginger tea can stop cramps and pain. Or take Ginger in capsules.
Home Remedies for diarrhea #7: Drink plenty of fluids, but stay away from caffeine and alcohol. Drinks like ginger ale or carrot juice is good for making the stools less watery.
Home Remedies for diarrhea #8: For decades charcoal has been used for absorbing and expelling intestinal gas. Charcoal may also be used for relieving a variety of ailments, such as indigestion, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, high cholesterol and intestinal bloating. Charcoal’s ability to absorb and prevent substances from dislodging or reabsorbing into the body make it a popular choice for detoxifying the liver and kidneys.
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