Starch has been shown to prevent diarrhoea. This principle is used to cook 4 tablespoons rice in 1 litre of salty water. It should be cooked for approximately 30 minutes. Once it is done, you can drink the warm juice. It’s quick and easy! A glass of hot water can be mixed with lemon juice. Oak bark is known for its astringent qualities that should be tapped. This remedy can be used as a decoction to relieve the symptoms. Ginger and chamomile are also good options. It is important to keep hydrated as diarrhoea can lead to significant fluid loss.
It is best to avoid eating large quantities of certain foods, such as starchy food, unless it is necessary to do so in the event of diarrhoea. You can now eat the rice that you have prepared after you have drank the cooking juices. You can also add potatoes and pasta to your menu, but make sure you have wholemeal bread. For dessert, opt for bananas or applesauce. These remedies can be used for adults but should not be used to treat children or babies with digestive problems. A paediatrician, or general practitioner, should be consulted if you have diarrhoea, but try all those natural remedies and learn all the dos and donts before to see a doctor.