Homemade recipe to make a totally natural diarrhea serum at home: discover what ingredients you need and how to prepare it easily.
Diarrhea is considered an alteration of the intestines characterized by greater fluidity, frequency and volume of stools. That is, it supposes an increase in the frequency of bowel movements, being more than three or four a day. In turn, this increase is accompanied by a decrease in its consistency, especially becoming very liquid.
The main cause that causes the appearance of diarrhea in both adults and children is due to an infectious process acquired from food poisoning, as well as infection by certain viruses. Among these stomach viruses we can mention the main causes of gastroenteritis, such as astrovirus, enteric adenovirus, rotavirus and nor virus. In most cases, these viruses are found in contaminated food or drinking water, and are particularly characterized by their ease of contagion.
However, there are also other related causes that cause the appearance of diarrhea. For example, different inflammatory bowel diseases (such as irritable bowel syndrome or Cohn’s disease), insufficiency of the pancreas or certain emotional tensions that causes anxiety and stress.
What are the symptoms of diarrhea?
Obviously, the first characteristic symptom is the increase in the number of stools as well as the decrease in consistency itself. This increase means that the affected person tends to evacuate to the bathroom and have more than 3 bowel movements a day, and as regards the decrease in consistency, it is mainly because these bowel movements are mostly liquid or very soft.
When there is diarrhea, it is also common to be accompanied by other related symptoms, such as: low-grade fever or fever, nausea, vomiting, crampabdominal pain and food intolerance. Chills, muscle pain, and some excessive sweating are common.
What to eat if I have diarrhea?
In case of diarrhea it is essential to drink plenty of fluids, always drinking them in small amounts and taking many sips throughout the day. In this way we will provide fluids and hydrate our body correctly. In this sense, you can opt for water with lemon juice, herbal teas, rice water and carrot water.
Rice water is probably one of the best known traditional remedies, probably because it is recognized for its astringent qualities, useful for relieving and reducing diarrhea thanks to its starch content, in turn helping to normalize intestinal transit. To prepare it is as simple as
How to make homemade serum to provide fluids to our body after diarrhea:
Ingredients you need:
- 1 liter of natural mineral water
- 2 tablespoons sugar
- Half a teaspoon of salt
- Half a teaspoon of baking soda
- 1 cup of lemon juice
Preparation of homemade serum:
Put the liter of water in a glass jug. Add the sugar, salt, and baking soda in the amounts indicated. Then cut a lemon in half, squeeze it to obtain its juice and finally add it to the pitcher. To finish, stir everything with the help of a long wooden spoon.
You can reserve this homemade serum in the fridge, and drink it sip by sip throughout the day.