5 Best Home Remedies For Belching

When air accumulates in the stomach and increases pressure in the stomach you belch to expel the unwanted air from the stomach. There are a number of causes of belching. It may occur when you drink carbonated beverage, eat rapidly, suck candy or drink through straw. Although these common causes of belching can be avoided by adopting healthy eating habits, in a number of cases frequent or chronic belching is a sign of an underlying gastrointestinal disorder such as peptic ulcer, gallbladder disease or hiatal hernia.

Here Are 5 Best Home Remedies For Belching

1. Ginger Tea

To reduce belching, consider drinking a cup of ginger tea. It is known to help in improving digestion and reducing stomach irritation. To prepare ginger tea, add a teaspoon of powdered ginger to a cup of water. Alternatively, steep a teaspoon of finely grated ginger in a cup of boiling water for five minutes. Slightly cool the tea before sipping it [1].

Ginger Tea

2. Cardamom And Anise Seeds

Cardamom and anise seeds are mixed together and taken after meals to reduce belching. The spices help in improving digestion and their carminative property helps in reducing gas buildup in the stomach. Furthermore, the spice combination helps in reducing nausea and vomiting that may accompany belching when you are suffering from an underlying gastrointestinal disorder [2].

Cardamom And Anise Seeds

3. Lemon Juice

To get rid of belching, extract the juice of a medium sized lemon and drink the undiluted juice twice a day. Lemon juice helps in restoring the normal acid balance of the stomach and inhibits gas build-up in the stomach. You can take this home remedy daily, until you get complete relief from belching [3].

Lemon juice

4. Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar is known to help in reducing belching. It seems to work in the same way as lemon juice. To reduce belching, take a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar diluted with water before each meal. Also consider adding apple cider vinegar to your salad dressing. For better result, add apple cider vinegar and lemon juice to a cup of water and sip the drink throughout the meal [4].

Apple Cider Vinegar with water

5. Mint Tea

Sipping tea made by steeping a handful of fresh mint leaves in hot water for a few minutes helps in reducing belching. Mint leaves help in soothing the stomach, reducing acidity and improving digestion. The beneficial properties of mint help in reducing gas buildup in the stomach, which helps in providing relief from belching [5].

Mint Tea