Constipation is a very common problem among adults and even babies. It is a Digestive Disorder that is caused by low fiber diet, lack of water and lack of exercise. It is also sometimes caused due to certain medications and serious illnesses. This problem can be cured very easily through natural treatments. Some people go to drugstores for a quick-fix to cure constipation which can be helpful for a certain period of time but in the long-run natural treatment is healthy and long-lasting. So let’s discuss some natural methods to treat constipation. The following are some of the natural remedies for constipation.
Natural Remedies For Constipation
Olive oil and Castor Oil
Oils are very beneficial for the body which makes it healthy and protect from harmful bacteria. Olive oil and Castor oil are some of the best oils to treat constipation. They stimulate the large and small intestines that help in moving things through the colon easily. Castor oil is an ancient method to treat constipation and also works as a laxative.
What you will need
– 1 tablespoon of olive oil only if you are treating with olive oil
– 1 tablespoon of castor oil only if you are treating with castor oil.
First of all, I would like to make one thing clear that Olive and Castor oil and two different methods so don’t mix them.
Take 1 tablespoon of Olive oil in the morning empty stomach ( You can also add some lemon drops which is helpful during constipation)
Take 1 or 2 tablespoons of Castor oil in the morning empty stomach.
It is best to take either of these oils daily in the morning empty stomach until you see some good results.
Sesame seeds are also known as natural laxatives that moisturizes the intestines and improve your digestion. Consuming these seeds can be a guaranteed cure for all digestive problems. The excess amount of vitamins and minerals present in sesame seeds not only makes your constipation go away but also works as an organic remedy for good health. This home remedy for constipation is very famous among Chinese people.
What you will need
– 2 tablespoons of sesame seeds every day
Sesame seeds can be taken in many ways but the best way is to add the seeds in cereals or salads. You can also crush them in a grinder and use it as a sprinkler on the food as a seasoning.