Herbal Remedy for Acid Reflux

This simple herbal remedy for acid reflux is really easy to make.

You will need:

  • 2 heaped tablespoons Slippery Elm powder
  • 1-2 teaspoons honey

Put the Slippery Elm in a bowl and add one teaspoon of honey.

Mix into a thick paste. You may need to add a little more honey to get the texture just right.

Roll the paste into small balls around the size of a marble.

Dip these into some more powder and store in an airtight jar. They will keep for around 6 months but if you suffer from acid reflux regularly, then you won't be keeping them that long and will be making up the herbal remedy more regularly.

Acid reflux is caused when the stomach contents leak into your oesophagus - it can produce a horrible burning sensation in your chest. Some people report it as being so bad, they think they are having a heart attack!

This herbal remedy will soothe the membranes in your throat. The honey and slippery elm will become a protective barrier against the stomach acid when you get a reflux - the remedy works like a herbal mucous, coating your membranes.

Take one tablet when you get the pain or try having one before you lie down to go to sleep - it may help if you get acid reflux in the night as many people do when lying down.


It's not always easy to find Slippery Elm powder, but you can always find it at Amazon - only takes a few days to deliver.

Watch this video to see how sleeping on your left side can be of benefit for helping digestion and acid reflux.

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