For stomach, the best stuff I have found to settle it, is fruit flavored Tums. Works quickly, actually works, and tastes good.
I try to stay away from meds if I possibly can, and find that meditation often helps me more than prescribed meds, not always, but at times. For loosening up I use Jogging In A jug. There are all kinds of recipes on-line for this, most with just minor differences. I use 2 quarts of pure red grape juice, 2 quarts of pure apple juice, 2 cups of honey, and 2 cups of apple cider vinegar. Used to take a spoonful of apple cider vinegar a day; it worked, but took about 6 weeks to start kicking in, and I often forgot to take it. Heard about Jogging In A Jug, decided on this recipe, and been using it every since. I think the cider is the actual working ingredient, use the honey to cut a bit of the cider taste, however honey has healing properties too, and the grape and apple juices certainly can't hurt. Keep in the fridge, take a mouthful daily, took about 6 days to start kicking in for me, and has loosened me up considerably, compared to how I was. Arthritis of the spine, and for years had to use a sock butler to put on my socks; now I can put them on without it. I understand that it will not work for every one, but some people it does. Tastes pretty good, if a kid drinks it no worry about it killing them. Tons of recipes on-line, so you won't have to follow mine.
And here is the history of Jogging In A Jug's origins. http://sfsbm.org/wiki2/index.php?tit...ug%22_Beverage
I don't guarantee it will work, but figure it's worth a shot. All I can say is, it did work for me.
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