9 Science-Backed Home Remedies for Ulcers 

Stomach or upper intestine ulcers that hurt. While medical treatment is typically necessary, some home remedies have been studied to relieve symptoms and speed healing. Nine clinically confirmed ulcer home remedies:  

Probiotics, notably Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium, can balance the gut microbiota and reduce digestive tract inflammation, possibly helping ulcers heal.  

1. Probiotics  

Antibacterial manuka honey may inhibit Helicobacter pylori, a bacterium linked to ulcers. A teaspoon of honey daily or applied directly to ulcers may help.  

2. Honey  

DGL is licorice root that has been treated to eliminate glycyrrhizin, a blood pressure-raising component. DGL increases stomach mucous, which fights ulcers.  

3. Licorice Root  

Anti-inflammatory and wound-healing aloe vera gel. Aloe vera juice or gel from the inside leaf may relieve ulcer symptoms and promote healing.  

4. Aloe  

Anti-inflammatory and antioxidant qualities in chamomile tea alleviate ulcer pain. Chamomile tea between meals may help.  

5. Chamomile Tea  

Slippery elm bark includes mucilage, a gel that covers and calms the gut. Slippery elm tea or supplements may relieve ulcer symptoms.  

6. Slippery Elm  

Ulcer-healing benefits of cabbage juice have been examined. Daily fresh cabbage juice, especially on an empty stomach in the morning, may help ulcers recover.  

7. Cabbage Juice  

Turmeric's curcumin is antioxidant and anti-inflammatory. Adding turmeric to meals or taking curcumin supplements may lessen ulcer inflammation.  

8. Turmeric   

Avoid spicy foods, alcohol, caffeine, and acidic foods like citrus fruits and tomatoes to decrease ulcer irritation. Eat more fruits, veggies, whole grains, lean proteins, and healthy fats.  

9. Low-Acid Diet  

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