Most intestinal gas is produced in colon where undigested food ,such as plants fiber,ferments with the help of billions of bacteria.Excessive gas can form if you eat too fast or too much,swallow air consume lots of fatty or gas producing foods such as bean and raw vegetable or are unable to digest lactose,a natural sugar found in milk and other products Gas can also results from constipation and when the normal balance of bacteria in your intestine is disrupted by taking antibiotics and certain other medications.
The reason is when you digest your food; gases like hydrogen, methane or carbon di oxide are emitted and get accumulated in your stomach.Gas can collect in your digestive system. While eating or drinking, you swallow the air that causes the oxygen and nitrogen to enter your body. If not released or in excess, these gases can cause a lot of discomfort.
Slow down Gulping food encourage overeating and the swallowing of air both of which can contributes to gas formation.
Jeera Water(Cumin Water):
Drinking jeera water is a great natural remedy to remove gas problems gas. Jeera or cumin contains essential oils that stimulate the salivary glands which helps in better digestion of food and prevents the formation of excess gas. Take a tablespoon of cumin seeds and boil it in two cups of water for 10-15 minutes. Let it cool down, strain and drink the water after having your meals.
Go Easy With Fiber:
Some high fiber foods tends to produce intestinal gas. Among the worst offenders are beans,lentils,cabbage.onion.broccoli,caulifower etc.If gas is an issue try cutting back on these food.
Buttermilk, especially when combined with carom seeds and black salt works as an excellent Ayurvedic remedy to relieve gas and flatulence.
Mix one teaspoon each of carom seeds (ajwain) and black salt in a cup of buttermilk. If you do not have carom seeds, use celery seeds.
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Experiments With Herbs:
A number of herbs including fennel ,peppermints and lemon balm can also help relieve intestinal gas.A handful of fennel seeds or a cup of lemon balm tea can be very effective flatulence fighter.
Ginger helps to stop gas from forming inside the stomach, rather than actually treating gas problems after you have them. So if you want to keep flatulence away chew on a fresh piece of ginger after you’ve eaten or add some fresh ginger to your food. Alternatively, you can make a ginger tea by grating some fresh ginger and adding it to a cup of boiling water. Leave to steep for 20 minutes, strain, then reheat as hot as you can handle it. Slowly sip. Be sure to drink this tea 3 times a day for best results.
Peppermint works to calm the stomach muscles and improve bile flow, which the body uses to digest fats. This allows for food to pass through the stomach more quickly. Research has even found that peppermint oil works to reduce flatulence, abdominal pain, and diarrhea.
Avoid carbonated beverages.
Don’t drink through a straw;you will swallow air,which can lead to gas formation.