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Chronic pain in the stomach that feels deep, aching and gnawing. Symptoms may ease right after eating but come right back. Pain increases when you get upset, drink coffee or alcohol. Other symptoms include blood in your stool and recurrent upper abdominal pain. Ulcers are raw sores in the upper gastrointestinal tract that can have many causes, excess stomach acid, smoking, alcohol, coffee, stress, certain drugs, heredity, food allergies, and lack of certain nutrients can all be factors.
- Blackstrap Molasses
- Stomach-soothing tea: Mix equal parts of dried chamomile, calendula, meadowsweet and slippery elm. To make a cup of tea add 3 tablespoons of tea mix to 3 cups boiling water and steep for 10 minutes. Sip frequently throughout the day.