15 Wonderful Ways to Heal a Tummy Ache to Have You Feeling Better Quickly ...


Ladies if you think you have tummy troubles, you’re talking to the queen of upset stomach here, and I’ve got 15 sure fire ways to heal a tummy ache in a hurry.

Stressful life circumstances, along with horrible past treatment to my body has left me with one seriously testy tummy.2

If I get nervous, anxious, or eat the wrong foods, my stomach is a train wreck.

Circumstances that left me stressed recently gave me one of the worst stomach aches I’ve had in awhile.

I was in pain, and my stomach ache literally took every bit of energy I had.

If you’re like me, tummy aches can ruin social situations, and symptoms from IBS can flare out of nowhere.

Don’t be embarrassed, but take action!

Try my top 15 ways to heal a tummy ache and I promise, you’ll feel better in no time!

1. Drink Peppermint Tea

Drink Peppermint Tea

I never, ever go without having peppermint tea and food grade peppermint extract or peppermint oil in my cabinet, because peppermint is one of the best ways to heal a tummy ache fast.

I drink peppermint tea at breakfast and with lunch and dinner, and sometimes I’ll make a peppermint mocha as my morning coffee with peppermint extract, and use it in my smoothies too.

Peppermint eases inflammation in the stomach, eases food through the stomach and sends a major stress-reducing effect through the body.

It can even ease a headache too, as a major bonus!2

I like Celestial Seasonings brand, which is cheap, it smells great, is made with high volatile peppermint oils, and it is more potent than most brands I’ve tried as well.

2. Use Ginger in a Smoothie

Use Ginger in a Smoothie

Here’s a fabulous tip that is great for stomach pain and overall inflammation too: use raw ginger root or powdered ginger in your smoothies.

Why smoothies?

They are easy to digest and a go-to for me to get in nutrition, while being easy on digestion.

Their cooling effect is also great for an upset stomach.2

Ginger tea is also great, and you can use ginger root in your herbal tea, or powdered ginger.

I like adding it to my smoothies because it aids the digestion of other foods and it tastes amazing!

Ginger is warming to the stomach, which increases blood flow to the stomach.

It is great for reducing nausea and inflammation and can offset any imbalances in the digestive tract.

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