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Garlic for Heartburn

garlic for heartburn


Garlic is one of the most versatile of all foods, great in cooking but even more of a wonder as an herbal health supplement.

Garlic Remedy for Heartburn

From strengthening the heart to boosting the immune system, garlic is one of the most popular of all home remedies. And even through many people would point to garlic-rich sauces as the cause of their heartburn, a clove or two can erase the burn as quickly as it came.


Chew a clove of garlic when heartburn occurs, or store a few cloves of garlic in apple cider vinegar, and drink a sip of the liquid when heartburn occurs.

Why It Works

Raw garlic is a power-packed antibiotic, and is known to kill the pathogenic microorganism that is most often found in those suffering from gastritis.


Garlic can interfere with some prescription drugs, so check with a doctor before using it. Too, since this remedy requires chewing whole cloves of garlic, it will definitely have an impact on breath. (Bad breath, of course, can be treated by chewing a sprig of parsley or a few coriander seeds.)

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