Top 5 Effective Home Remedies For Food Poisoning

| October 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

Food poisoning also known as food-borne illness is a serious health concern and it must be treated on time to avoid any big trouble later. It can be due to wrong feeding habits or eating spoiled food. It is mainly caused by taking food that is contaminated. Such food has infectious organisms in it like virus, bacteria and parasite. It can also be because of over-eating or stale foods consumption.

Infectious organisms or toxins can enter the food at any point during processing or their production. It can also occur at home if the food is not properly handled or cooked.

5 Home Remedies For Food Poisoning


Food poising is characterized by various visible symptoms. These symptoms begin appearing within hours of eating toxic food. Nausea, diarrhea and vomiting are the most common signs. In many cases, there are abdominal cramps, pain in the tummy area. Fever is another symptom that results as food poisoning. The sickness can last for a few hours to a week.

Mostly, food poisoning is mild and is treated with food and home remedies only without any medical help. In severe cases, patient may need to visit hospital.

There are many home remedies to treat food poisoning.

1. Ginger

Combine one tablespoon of honey and a few drops of ginger extract. Eat this to reduce the pain and inflammation. You can also take ginger tea by boiling fresh ginger piece in water and add any sweetener. This can relief quick relief.

2. Cumin

Crush cumin seeds and add into the soup. Now take it to cure inflammation. You can also eat this with gravy or yogurt. These not only taste good but also work fast to treat food poisoning.

3. Basil

Take juice of basil leaves with water. Take it on empty stomach in the morning. It improved digestion and cures foods poisoning.

4. Lemon

Take juice of one lemon and add some sugar into it. Drink it. You can also add lemon juice to your herbal tea. It will relieve pain and inflammation.

5. Peppermint tea

Take one tsp. Dried peppermint loose leaf tea and fresh peppermint leaves. Add it into one cup of water and bring to boil. For sweetness, add sugar, milk powder, citrus or honey. Serve hot.

Rinse the leaves well before using. Its better to crush them lightly using your hands or back of the spoon. You can also use pepper mint tea bag in boiled water and dip it in the cup several times unless it gives color and flavor.

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