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    healing for stomach issues

    Hi. I was hospitalized with a mysterious stomach virus last month, and now my doctor says Im not digesting food properly. I have constant stomach pains and nausea. Any suggestions on what I can do to aid in the process of healing? What stones and animal totems are good for digestion and stomach problems?

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    Citrine is a stone that that is said to help tummy aches, digestion and stomach bugs.
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    I may have orange citrine somewhere! Is there anything else, incase I can't find it?

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    eat yogurt!

    It's what I do, as well as taking Ginger capsules because I have G.E.R.D. and a history of stomach ulcers. I recommend nutritional care (the right foods heal!) and maybe learn something along the line of Qigong (learn to feel and direct your own energy). I've never used a spell for my health though. Physiologically speaking, the body heals itself better when the 'part' in question has a good supply of blood/oxygen. nd, it's as they say, "Where the mind goes, blood flows. Where blood flows, energy follows." I'm not saying to not use spells but don't let it be the only thing you do!

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    I say incorporate some green juices/smoothies to your diet in the morning.

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    slice of fresh ginger steeped in hot water for about 8 minutes then drink on empty stomach first thing in the morning , a simple breakfast , chamomile teas , small meals , mint tea is also soothing ,
    online there are stomach/digestion diets or find a list of easily digested foods , avoid fatty foods no heavy dishes , no alcohol , no taking of meds on an empty stomach always have some food with any meds , always a glass of water with meds ,
    see another doctor if issue continues sometimes it is small stomach ulcers , avoid or lower stress , take care , get well soon
    Last edited by Morganite9Violet; April 19th, 2012 at 02:07 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morganite9Violet View Post
    slice of fresh ginger steeped in hot water for about 8 minutes then drink on empty stomach first thing in the morning , a simple breakfast , chamomile teas , small meals , mint tea is also soothing ,
    online there are stomach/digestion diets or find a list of easily digested foods , avoid fatty foods no heavy dishes , no alcohol , no taking of meds on an empty stomach always have some food with any meds , always a glass of water with meds ,
    see another doctor if issue continues sometimes it is small stomach ulcers , avoid or lower stress , take care , get well soon
    Yeah, I was going to suggest chamomile, ginger, and mint tea. I'm doing that myself right now. Yours is definitely better. Lol.

    I also put rose, jasmine, and lavender in mine because I find it relaxing. My tummy troubles are always worsened by stress. I like to use white tea or green tea for the base. I found white tea very helpful with the cramps and pain that sometimes accompanies my nausea and indigestion.
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