If you have been battling with stomach ulcer, take this for 2 weeks.
Stomach ulcers are sores that usually develop on the lining of the stomach or small intestine. This could be as a result of damages done to the lining of the digestive tract by excessive stomach acid. Common causes of stomach ulcers include the bacteria Helicobacter pylori and pain reliever drugs like aspirin.
This condition is very unbearable. The most common sign is a burning sensation in the stomach. Thanks to scientists at Manchester University who discovered that potatoes contain a unique antibacterial property that can treat this condition effectively.
Irish potatoes (3 medium-sized)
Water (1 glass full)
1. Wash, peel and grate the potatoes into a small bowl.
2. Place a pot on the fire and pour one glass of water into it.
3. Add your grated potatoes and allow it to boil for 5 minutes.
4. Sieve out the water and allow it to cool.
Take this tea first thing in the morning, and last thing before you sleep for 2 weeks and see your doctor.
If you prepare more than one dose, you can store the rest in a refrigerator.
Pregnant women should consult their doctors before taking this remedy.
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