Home Remedies for Constipation

Constipation is a common disturbance of the digestive tract In this condition, the bowels do not move regularly, or are not
completely emptied when they move. If you’ve tried a few home remedies and still aren’t finding success, it might be time to
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without disrupting daily life.  This condition is the chief cause of many diseases as it produces toxins which find their
way into the bloodstream and are carried to all parts of the body.

Appendicitis, rheumatism, arthritis, high blood pressure, cataract, and cancer are only a few of the diseases in which chronic
constipation is an important predisposing factor.

The most common symptoms of constipation are infrequency, irregularity or difficulty in elimination of the hard faecal matter.The
other symptoms include a coated tongue, foul breath, loss of appetite, headache, dizziness, dark circles under the eyes,
depression, nausea, pimples on the face, ulcer in the mouth,constant fullness in the abdomen, diarrhoea alternating with
constipation, varicose veins, pain in the lumbar region, acidity, heart burn, and insomnia.
The most important causes of chronic constipation are a faulty diet and style of living. Intake of refined and rich foods lacking
in vitamins and minerals, insufficient intake of water, consumption of meat in large quantities, excessive use of strong tea and
coffee, insufficient chewing, overeating and wrong combination of foods, irregular habits of eating and drinking may all
contribute to poor bowel function. Other causes include faulty and irregular habit of defecation, frequent use of purgatives,
weakness of abdominal muscles due to sedentary habits, lack of physical activity, and emotional stress and strain.

Home Remedies for Constipation #1
Orange is also beneficial in the treatment of constipation. Taking one or two oranges at bedtime and again on rising in the
morning is an excellent way of stimulating the bowels. The general stimulating influence of orange juice excites peristaltic
activity and helps prevent the accumulation of food residue in the colon.

Home Remedies for Constipation #2
Other fruits specific for constipation are papaya and figs. Half a medium-sized papaya should be eaten at breakfast for it to
act as a laxative. Both fresh and dry figs have a laxative effect Four or five dry figs should be soaked overnight in a little
water and eaten in the morning.

Home Remedies for Constipation #3
Regulate Bowels to Prevent Constipation
Put 2 teaspoons corn meal in 1 cup of cold water every morning and drink daily. Helps to regulate bowels.

Home Remedies for Constipation #4
Among the vegetables, spinach has been considered to be the most vital food for die entire digestive tract from tune
immemorial. Raw spinach contains die finest organic material for the cleansing, reconstruction, and regeneration of the
intestinal tract Raw spinach juice—100 ml, mixed with an equal quantity of water and taken twice dairy, will cure the most
aggravated cases of constipation within a few days.

Home Remedies for Constipation #5
Pears are beneficial in die treatment of constipation. Patients suffering from chronic constipation should adopt an exclusive
diet of this fruit or its juice for a few days, but in ordinary cases, a medium-sized pear taken after dinner or with breakfast will
have the desired effect

Other Useful Home Remedies for Constipation #6
Half a lime, squeezed is a glass of hot water, with half a teaspoon of salt is also an effective remedy for  constipation.
Drinking water which has been kept overnight in a copper vessel, first thing in the morning, brings good result.

Home Remedies for Constipation #7
Mix 1 teaspoon each of lemon juice and olive oil. Take on a daily basis. This will help to regulate your bowels.
Home Remedies for Constipation #8
This works quickly, but again, do not use on someone who is in a weakened condition. It's guaranteed to work. Soak a
flannel cloth in warm Castor oil.  Put  in a cake pan and pour the oil over the cloth, then place it in the oven until warmed
through. Place on the small of the back and cover to keep warm. Keep on at least 15 minutes. Do once a day until bowels
have moved satisfactorily.
Natural Laxatives for Constipation

  • Laxative with Molasses
    Take 2 tablespoons of black strap molasses before retiring to bed. This does work. Add to
    a glass of milk or juice if desired to improve the flavor.

  • Laxative with Apple Juice
    Mix together 1/2 cup of apple juice and 1/2 cup of olive oil. Drink before going to bed.

  • Laxative with Prunes
    Pour boiling water over several prunes and allow to soak overnight. Add honey if you
    desire sweetening. Eat the prunes and drink the liquid.

  • Laxative with Cloves
    Pour 1 cup boiling water over 1 teaspoon of whole cloves. Cover and steep overnight.
    Strain the next morning and drink while cool.
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