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Home Remedies For Gas/Flatulence
By now, you probably know which foods give you gas, and which meals may prove lethal. But do you know about food combining? The library has lots of books with information on the subject, and there are simple, inexpensive charts available at health food stores. If you follow proper food combining-for example, wait two hours after eating regular food before eating fruit-you shouldn't ever have a problem with gas. But its not always convenient to stick to good combinations.
Here are some home remedies for when your food combining is less than perfect and, as a result, you're cooking with gas.
Charcoal, Not Gas
It's important to take the charcoal quickly because gas forms in the lower intestine and if you wait too long, the charcoal can't get down there fast enough to help.
WARNING: Do not take charcoal capsules or tablets often. They are powerful absorbents and will rob you of important nutrients you get from food.
Try the Dagwood Special
To release the essential oils, gently crush the seeds and add 1 teaspoon to a cup of just-boiled water. Let it steep for 10 minutes. Strain and drink. If the gas pains don't disappear right away, drink another cup of the seed tea before eating your next meal.
Stay that way for three or four minutes, then stretch out that leg and bring the other leg up, with the knee under your chest. Every three or four minutes, reverse the legs. When you've expelled the gas, you can stop.
In between this exercise, massage your stomach in a circular motion, with the top half of your fingers, pressing hard to move that gas around and out.
When the liquid comes to a boil, pour off the water and throw away the onion. Then, cook the beans the way you ordinarily cook them-only this time, they may not create gas.
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