How to Increase Appetite (overcome the problem of hunger):- Home Remedies

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How to Increase Appetite (overcome the problem of hunger):- Home Remedies

Lack of appetite is a temporary and reversible problem. The main reason for this is some psychological problems such as depression and anxiety (anxiety).

Some medical issues also promote poor appetite such as viral or bacterial infections, chronic liver disease, hypothyroidism, kidney failure, hepatitis, heart failure, dementia etc. Some medicines also promote this problem.
There are many effective home remedies available to increase appetite, which you can make your food then enjoyable. But if this problem is a long time and due to which your weight is decreasing rapidly, firstly check with the doctor and take proper treatment.

There are some most effective home remedies are being given below to overcome the problem of hunger : –

 

1. Amla
Amla is very beneficial in hunger hunger due to gastrointestinal issues. It works like a tonic in the GI system, enhances the functionality of the digestive tract and releases the toxic substances present in the liver.

Additionally, vitamin C is found in abundance in amla which boosts the immune system and enhances mineral absorption. Both of these processes are very important for the supply of nutrients.
Mix two-two spoons of amla juice, lemon juice and honey in one cup of water. Eat the empty stomach in the morning. For a good result, do it for four consecutive months.

Put a spoonful of amla powder in a cup of water before sleeping at night. In the morning, add two teaspoons of lemon juice and a pinch of black pepper powder and take it. Also, take this morning empty stomach for four consecutive months.
You can also consume Amla as a vegetable, pickle etc.

2. Ginger
Ginger removes indigestion and increases appetite. It also removes the problem of stomach pain.

Cut half ginger finely and put a pinch of dried salt on top. Now take it 10 minutes before eating it. Do this for 10 consecutive days.
You can also consume ginger by adding it to tea.

3. Black Pepper
Pepper is a very popular medicine in Ayurveda to improve digestion, increase appetite and remove gastrointestinal problems. It also removes stomach gas.

In fact, black pepper stimulates taste buds, which leads to increased secretion of hydrochloric acid in the stomach and digestion begins to improve. In addition, black pepper is found in a compound called piperine which enhances the absorption of selenium, beta-carotene and vitamin B.
Mix one spoonful of jaggery with one spoonful of black pepper and mix well.
For some time, eat it everyday.

Note – If you have an ulcer in the stomach or have recently undergone abdominal surgery then do not consume black pepper.

4. Cardamom
Small cardamom is a very beneficial digestive tonic. It eliminates indigestion, flatulence and acidity, as well as stimulates the secretion of digestive juices.

To get the benefits of cardamom, drink the seeds in the tea and drink it.
After eating, chew two small cardamom and eat it.

5. Carom Seeds
Celery is also very beneficial for the digestive system. It enhances appetite by improving secretion of digestive acids and enzymes. The problem of constipation is also eliminated by its consumption.
Eat half a teaspoon celery before eating half an hour.
Mix a little lemon juice in three spoonful celery and make a paste. Now keep it dry and dry in a dry place. After drying completely add a bit of black salt to it. Now take one spoon of this mixture with hot water twice a day.

6. Root of Dandelion (Dandelion Root)
The root of the dandelion is a very popular drug to fix digestion and increase appetite. It also fixes the problems of liver and gallbladder. It also works with diuretic medicines.

Cut the root of the dandelion into pieces and boil it in a cup of water for five minutes and prepare the tea. You can also mix cinnamon powder in it.
Now filter this tea and mix honey according to the taste.

The roots of dandelion are easily found on any food store in the market. You can grow them in your garden.

Note – If you are taking any types of medicines, consult your doctor before using Dandelion Root.

7. Garlic
Garlic is also very useful for appetite because it also stimulates the digestive system.

Boil three or four garlic buds in one cup of water.
Now filter it and squeeze half a lemon into it.
Take this juice twice a day and see improvement.

8. Coriander
Coriander also increases appetite because it improves the secretion of gastric juices. It also removes indigestion, gas and jiggery.

Remove the juice from coriander leaves.
Drink one or two spoons of this juice daily, until the problem of hunger does not end. You can also add lemon juice and salt to enhance flavor.

9. Tamarind
Tamarind also increases appetite. There are also many medicinal benefits. But do not eat Malabar tamarind because it lowers hunger.

Mix tamarind paste and add sugar, chillies and cinnamon to taste.
Now dissolve it in water and drink it regularly.

10.Alfalfa
Alfalfa is a very effective appetite stimulant, and it is also naturally a food that cleanses blood and liver. Since it is also a diuretic substance, it also removes kidney problems.

There are also vitamins A, B, C, D and K with calcium, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, iron, zinc, folic acid and many other nutrients. Therefore it is very beneficial for overall health.

Make Alfla’s dry leaves tea and drink it everyday.
You can also add alfalfa seeds to your diet.

Note – Before eating alfalfa please consult your doctor as it is not suitable for autoimmune disease, rheumatism and many other medical conditions.

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