Apple Juice, Figs and Raisins
Here's another constipation home remedy using apple juice with other fruit. Eat it the first thing in the morning before breakfast.
In a blender, put in a cup of fresh apple juice. Add equal amounts of dry or fresh figs and raisins and a small organic apple. Choose how many figs and raisins to use. You will need to experiment a little. Get a consistency that is not too thick. Add a little more apple juice if needed.
Eat this home remedy for a few days until you start to get some relief from your constipation.
Oat Milk with Fig Juice or Prune Juice
Buy oat milk at the health food store. In the morning, warn 8 oz of oat milk and add the following:
* 3 oz of fig juice or prune juice
* two droppers full of licorice extract.
Or you can mix one glass of 50% fig juice and 50% prune juice. Drink this first thing in the morning. This powerful home remedy will get your bowels moving. Drink this combination first thing in the morning.
Take 10 - 12 calimyma figs and stew them in two glasses of distilled water (16 oz) for 10 minutes. Let them sit in this water overnight.
In the morning remove the figs, warm and drink the juice. Eat the figs though out the day.
Or prepare a blended drink of,
* three or more figs, fresh or sun dried
* one banana
* 1 tablespoon of honey or molasses
* one cup of rice dream
Drink first thing in the morning and any time after lunch or dinner.
The following juices provide you with some powerful constipation home remedies that you can use right away.
Mulberry juice has many health benefits. It is good for digestive tract illnesses. It can stimulate digestion and assimilation of nutrients in the small intestine. It is useful for older people for reliving constipation.
Mulberry contains many minerals and vitamins.
Boysenberry juice has a gentle natural laxative action on your bowel. When your constipation is mild, this juice will help move things in your colon.
Mix ½ cup of distilled water and ½ cup of blackberries. Drink this first thing in the morning to promote peristaltic movement. Drink this often and it will make you regular.
Blackberries are high in vitamin C.
Cherries are high in antioxidants, fiber, potassium, and many other minerals, which are effective in neutralizing body acid. Cherries contain vitamins B-1, B-2, folic acid and niacin.
Cherries have laxative effects and can start peristaltic action.
Eat fresh cherries throughout the day or drink three 8 oz glasses of cherry juice during the day.
Buy cherry juice in glass container.
Can be used to help reduce the symptoms of colds, flu, and diabetes. It also helps to relieve constipation, diarrhea, and hemorrhoids. Drink 1-2 glasses each day. Increase the quantity if necessary.
Drinking any of these juices between meals will help you to get rid of constipation and keep your bowels moving.
Rudy Silva has a degree in Physics and is a Natural Nutritionist.