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Baking Soda

Baking soda is a great way to tackle heartburn. Just 1/2 tsp. of baking soda dissolved in four ounces of water provides instant relief

Source: Healthline

Aloe juice can help soothe esophageal irritation from acid reflux. The treatment requires a half-cup of aloe juice before meals or when symptoms arise.

Aloe Juice

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Saliva eases heartburn by diluting stomach acid. Since chewing gum generates saliva, it can help reduce stomach acidity and prevent acid reflux.

Sugar-Free Gum


There's mixed evidence whether apple cider vinegar helps relieve heartburn. Some believe it may not work at all. Many, however, do, though it should be significantly diluted, and those with ulcers should avoid it altogether.

Apple Cider Vinegar

Source:  SF Gate

Ripe bananas beat back heartburn. Unripe or over-ripened bananas may heighten heartburn. The key is to pick bananas wisely.


Source: The Tart Tart

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