Natural Gastroparesis Remedies

Apple Cider Vinegar  

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Posted by Rebecca (Arkansas) on 09/29/2016
5 out of 5 stars

I have suffered from this pain my whole life. I've seen Dr after Dr - and nothing they gave me worked or did but not long. After late night research I learned of ACV and its wonders. best fix ever! Takes about 15 -20 mins to kick it and then I have a BM and feel all better! What I really like are ACV gummies!! Easy to make and helps with the taste.

EC: Here's a recipe we found for ACV gummies in case anyone is interested!

Process

  1. Heat apple cider and ACV in a small sauce pot over medium heat.
  2. Once mixture starts to bubble, remove from heat.
  3. Whisking continuously add gelatin one tablespoon at a time.
  4. Pour into molds.
  5. Refrigerate for 30 minutes to an hour.

www.primalpalate.com/paleo-recipe/apple-cider-vinegar-gummies/


Posted by Happy Camper (Cleveland, Oh, Usa) on 11/01/2012
5 out of 5 stars

I ate some roasted nuts and cottage cheese as a snack late the other night, and it all just sat like an uncomfortable lump in my stomach, causing pain and aggravation throughout the night. In the morning my stomach had calmed somewhat but the lump still wasn't going anywhere. I got on Earth Clinic and poured a little organic apple cider vinegar into a cup of water and sipped about half the cup, even though I had just read that all types of vinegar are wrong for my blood type (don't know if I believe this as regards ACV). At first I thought it was just upsetting my stomach more, but I stepped into a hot shower at the same time, smeared epsom salts all over myself, turned on the bath water and hoped for the best. Laying in the warm water about 15 minutes after taking the ACV, I heard a loud gurgle from my stomach as it suddenly cleared. I consider it a temporary case that was easily resolved. I rarely suffer from this problem, but if I eat too much of one type of protein it will sometimes sit in my stomach uncomfortably for hours on end, around 12 hours in this case. At least I don't feel hungry during these times. Now I finally know how to take care of it easily. It's not the first time that ACV has saved me from some discomfort within minutes of trying it. Thanks again!


Posted by David Hayhurst (Pleasant Hill, Missouir) on 07/25/2011
5 out of 5 stars

I find it very interesting to learn that most people who have GP have different symptoms. I have had GP for four years now and used Reglan for four years and it stopped working. I then went on Donperidone for a year and it stopped working. In the last two weeks I have had bad stomach pain (like there was a huge cut in my stomach) and nothing I did relieved the pain. My sister (RN) said that I should try a teaspoon of ACV and I did and not more than 15 minutes later my stomach pain left. At this point I can not promise this works but I can promise you that I will be using ACV daily until it proves to me it doesn't work. My heart goes out to those that have a bad case of GP because this is a bear to live with. God Bless.