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Aloe vera inhibit unfriendly bacteria and yeast in the gut. It has natural detoxifying abilities and can improve bowel regularity.
Ginger reduces the backflow of stomach acid to esophagus and thus prevents acid reflux and gut inflammation. The powerful digestive enzymes in ginger help to relieve nausea and intestinal cramps associated with diarrhea.
The active constituent in the seeds stimulate the production of gastric juice. Thus, helps in treating indigestion and abdominal pain.
Its active ingredient – curcumin possesses powerful antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties. These properties makes turmeric highly beneficial in treating the symptoms of IBS like abdominal pain, discomfort and inflammation.
The anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and mast cell (cells that mediate inflammatory response) stabilizing effects of the fruit can alleviate colitis and other intestinal inflammations.