Definition of Dyspepsia:

Indigestion / poor digestion, usually with heartburn and/or regurgitation of stomach acids.

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...as a treatment
“...Gastrointestinal Conditions: Increases appetite, helps with, bowel issues, digestive disorders, dyspepsia, peptic ulcers, poor absorption of nutrients, poor digestion, regulates the bowels, relieves gastric ulcers, helps the upset stomach...”


...as a treatment
“...The German Commission E has "Approved" cardamom seeds for dyspepsia.”
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Delayed Gastric Emptying (Gastroparesis)

...the condition
“...Delayed gastric emptying is also associated with a variety of symptoms or diseases such as heartburn, irritable bowel syndrome, functional dyspepsia and GERD...”

Dyspepsia / Poor Digestion

...relationship to Fluoride Toxicity
“...Gastrointestinal discomfort can be an early warning sign of fluorosis, so fluoride toxicity should be considered a possible reason for non-ulcer dyspepsia and gastrointestinal discomfort in the form of dyspeptic symptoms should be an important diagnostic feature when identifying fluorosis patients and should not be dismissed as non-specific...”
...recommendation Reduced Water Consumption
“Although dyspepsia is a sign of dehydration, it is generally recommended that you do not drink during a substantial meal, or from 12 hour before to 2 hours afterwards.”
...recommendation Cayenne Pepper
“Although a few sources have recommended cayenne pepper as a potential treatment for dyspepsia, gastritis and even peptic ulcers, most modern herbal texts suggest avoiding the herb for persons with these conditions...”

Heartburn / GERD / Acid Reflux

...relationship to Gastric/Peptic/Duodenal Ulcers
“...Persistent dyspepsia/heartburn symptoms after eradication of H. pylori and ulcer resolution might suggest the treatment of GERD as a separate entity...”
...relationship to Dehydration
“Dr. Batmanghelidj, author of Your Bodies Many Cries for Water, believes that in the same way we have a "hunger pain" signal, we also have a "thirst pain" signal in the body, and that it is called dyspepsia (heartburn).”
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...as a treatment
“...It is also used as a neuromuscular tonic for weakness and paralysis, dyspepsia, menstrual disturbances, chronic rheumatism (applied topically), sexual impotency, influenza, and central nervous system disorders...”

Mastic Gum

...as a treatment
“...In ancient times, mastic gum was highly revered for its medicinal properties in the relief of dyspepsia and other intestinal disorders...”

Quassia Amara

...as a treatment
“...A time-honored folk remedy from the West Indies, for fevers, malaria, snakebite, dyspepsia, venereal diseases, rheumatism, alcoholism, intestinal worms (pinworms, ascarides), cancer, as a stomach bitter for indigestion, amebic dysentery, giardiasis, and gallbladder pain...”


...as a treatment
“...Zinc sulfate is the most common (and cheapest) presentation but should be avoided due to the frequent occurrence of gastric irritation and dyspepsia.  To avoid such a possibility, as a precaution, any zinc preparation should be taken after food...”
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