Is there an Acid Reflux or Gerd proven natural cure?

Question by Katya: Is there an Acid Reflux or Gerd proven natural cure?
For years horrible cough especially when I haven’t eaten for awhile and chest acid burn. I’m so tired of this especially when helping a customer. They think I’ve got a virus sometimes. I suppose this is Reflux or Gerd? Can’t afford a doc from what I’ve read online.
Wondering if there’s a proven cure you’ve tried that works?
antacids work only for a short time. any permanent remedy?

Best answer:

Answer by oldtimekid2
Well, there are many things that people find helpful when the “normal treatments” for GERD and reflux don’t help. Specifically, the fact that if the acid blockers/reducers don’t help, that’s typically a sign that it’s not too much acid causing the problem, but not enough. Simply put, reflux is something that happens when you have too much acid (excess acid kicking up over the valve in your stomach) and also when you don’t have enough stomach acid (as the valve doesn’t close right if there isn’t enough stomach acid).
In other words, if the acid blockers/reducers didn’t help, you may need to try taking Apple Cider Vinegar or an HCl pill regimen to replenish your acid levels. Dr. T gave a great explanation of this a few months ago at if you’d like to read over it. Oh, and for quick relief, try chewing gum after a meal… that can help heartburn by stimulating some of the digestive signals that your body uses to close the valve as well. 😉 For the long run, it also would be a good idea to try some DGL (Deglycyrrhizinated Licorice)… it tastes horrible, but it helps to calm the stomach and helps to heal some tissues in the esophagus that may have been damaged by the stomach acid kicking up. Good luck and I hope I helped!

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4 thoughts on “Is there an Acid Reflux or Gerd proven natural cure?

  • October 9, 2011 at 5:20 pm

    Proven cures?
    Coconut Oil, healing clay, licorice and blood type diet.
    Anyway, Reflux happen for a lack of gastric juices and not for the opposite like it’s supposed to be.

  • October 9, 2011 at 6:04 pm

    your diphragm is weak due to nerve interference. this allows the reflux back into the esophagus. see an hio method chiropractor for correction of the cause, and stop wasting your money on mickey mouse medical drug treatments that fail.

  • October 9, 2011 at 6:08 pm

    Don’t take antacids and blockers, they are very bad for you and your overall health!

    Instead get some Digestive grape bitters! I buy mine from there about 1/2 price there, and you can read about it there.

  • October 9, 2011 at 6:48 pm

    1 -2 tablespoons organic apple cider vinegar before meals.


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