Heartburn may be the most common physical problem known to man, at least in America where we eat just about anything at anytime. This article will take a brief look at the symptoms and treatment of acid reflux disease and hopefully it will help you to gain victory over your suffering. I believe if you follow what is here you can achieve relief.

For the severest acid reflux cases, or the more serious GERD, these over-the-counter remedies will not work. You need to look out for any side effects that may occur if you have been using antacids for a long period of time.

f your physician has diagnosed you with acid reflux then it’s recommended that you visit him on a regular basis even if you think that the problem is gone. Also, it’s very important that you tell your healthcare provider what herbal treatments you were using to cure your condition because this will help make a correct evaluation.

The treatment of acid reflux may be dependent on if the stomach acid is volatile. Sometimes it ends up volatile, for whatever reason, and you need to calm it down. I’ve found that vinegar works well because of the natural enzymes. Just add more vinegar based food to your diet and you’ll be all set.
One can always deal with the gastric acid reflux disease in an effective manner, that is to say, if the disease has not reached a very bad stage. If you remain aware of yourself and employ proper measures to tackle this problem, you will get well soon.

As well as using herbal teas, another well known herbal treatment for acid reflux is chicory root which can also help to treat other digestive problems as well. This particular herb can easily be found in either your local health food store or grocery store as well as being available for purchase online.

The most common heartburn and acid reflux symptoms in women are the same for men, other than those found during the pregnancy. These would include, but not limited to, a burning sensation behind the chest plate that intensifies when bending over or stooping down, problems swallowing, an irritated throat and a scratchy sounding voice, a gassy feeling coupled with burping and an upset stomach.

Another option of treatment for acid reflux disease is vinegar. It has natural enzymes that calm the stomach acid. Obviously you can’t just drink bottles of vinegar; you need to add it into your diet. The vinegar based products like salad dressing and ketchup that you add in, the less likely you’re going to experience any form of acid reflux.

Creating home remedies for acid reflux is easy if you have the required ingredients. Things like cabbage, pineapples, papaya and vegetables are usually important elements that are used to make ginger root, apple cider vinegar and things like that. It should be reminded that these home remedies may only fix your problems temporary. If you are still facing acid reflux issues, then you are suggested to seek doctors’ advice for long term treatment.

Heartburn is a very unpleasant condition but if you’re patient, you can forget about the symptoms very fast. I recommend you try these herbal acid reflux remedies but as always, make sure you consult your doctor first before proceeding.


  1. Everyday for at least the past 5 years I’ve had severe acid. I get bad gas and cramping at least 4 days a week, and I get diarrhea a couple times a week. Sometimes these symptoms are more often than not. I’ve had acid since as far back as 15 years, but all 3 symptoms more in the last 5yrs or so. Sometimes I also have dark or brighter bloody stools. I’ve tried to keep the best diet. I eat really well, right now its chicken, fish and vegtables. I sometimes cut out more foods and sometimes add different ones to see. I don’t eat ice cream or much other dairy anymore due to terrible gas pains. The acid is so terrible that even wheat bread or rice makes me have acid. Sometimes smelling garlic too strong triggers acid. I’ve been to hospitals due to lack of health insurance, docs a couple times. All they’ve done is give me nexium or an equivalent, but it doesn’t help the gas or diarrhea at all. When I run out of nexium its back to terrible acid again, over the counter antiacids, tums, gas ex, immodium, pepto, rarely ever give relief. I’ve tried the natural way too, ginger, mint, bread, or anything else I’ve heard of and I get little to no relief. I’ve quit smoking too and since I’ve felt more acid, but I won’t go back to that. Also I’m young to be having this issue for so long, and I don’t have much else wrong with me. Does anyone else have these symptoms or any advice that may help? If so Thank-you!!!

  2. MentallyCryppled says:

    I have had what seems to be erectile dysfunction for the past week and a half. I have no idea what’s causing it. The only medication I take is omeprazole for acid reflux and I’ve been taking it for about 6 months now. I started working out and exercising an hour a day, 5 or 6 days a week. I am taking “One a Day” men’s multivitamins. I am also eating healthier than I have been for the last 5 years or so. Everything I am doing should only be getting rid of ED, not causing it. I don’t know what to do. I’m 28 and I just started seeing this girl and when it comes time to get in bed, I’m terribly afraid I won’t be able to get it up. Please help!! (P.S. any “joke” answers will cause you to be reported)
    I’ve only begun to worry about not getting it up in bed once this started happening. I was fine before then. This seemingly started happening out of nowhere. Is this something that might go away on its own?
    Also, the dysfunction occurs all the time. I can’t even masturbate. I don’t know if that makes it any difference.

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