Saturday April 20, 2019

Diarrhea is either loose stool or increased number of bowel movements that is beyond normal (2 times a day). Diarrhea may be watery or bloody, may have changed color and smell or contain ingredients that are not normally seen in stool like undigested particles or food ingredients (fat), mucus or even parasites. Diarrhea may be caused by intestinal infection with bacteria, virus, protozoa, fungus or parasites or may be a part of inflammatory bowel disease, irritable bowel syndrome, or any of the malabsorption syndromes, as well as a part of the picture in many diseases of the gastrointestinal tract as well of the whole body. Diarrhea may also be caused by things that we consume by mouth. It is not always easy to determine the cause of diarrhea the task of which should rather be referred to a qualified specialist such as GI doctor, or gastroenterologist. Oftentimes natural remedies may become a real rescue for people suffering from diarrhea. It is always better though to know exactly what you are dealing with by consulting with your GI specialist first.



"One day, at the factory where I used to work, one of the shops with about 1,000 workers in it, experienced an outbreak of diarrhea and abdominal pain. Apparently, they all had something spoiled to eat from the cafeteria. I suggested using a very simple method I had heard from one wise old lady. This unexpected and extemporaneous experiment, with the participation of hundreds of workers at our factory, proved to be successful. After that incident, I even give this remedy to my dogs." This is a proven, effective, and readily available natural remedy for gastro-intestinal infections that are accompanied by diarrhea. This naturopathic prescription for diarrhea is based on 1 species of plant origin that is commonly available.

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