Abdominal pain is finally gone!

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I've had abdominal pain for months, especially when I slept on my sides, went to the doctor many times, tests, CT scans and still nothing was found, he said I had indigestion and prescribed Prilosec, didn't work. I read about ginger hot tea relieving pain so I tried it and within 10 to 15 minutes it was gone and has not come back now for 5 months, it's the weirdest thing to me but it worked, thought I had a tumor pressing on something inside. Drank it, three days to make sure, once in the morning and at night and that was it.

1 lb. ginger root, put in a plastic bag and smashed the hell out it with a rolling pin.

Put the smashed pieces in a large stew pot, 3/4 filled with water.

Let boil for an hour, it should taste real spicy.

Filter the tea and drink, hope this helps someone.

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    Thanks brother I hope this helps me. My pain is like the same but its quiet painful and is aggravated by movement also. Been suffering from several months. I get pain aggravation and stretch and twisting feeling like someone punched me when sleeping on sides too.

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      where do you experience pain? I have pain in my abominal area just under the belly button, feels bloated and swollen or even crooked from being so constipated, upper body feels weak, entire upper body feels weak. Seems like if i empty a little bit, as soon as I eat, it piles up again!!!

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    This is a really good bit of information and hopefully a saviour to many ! I'm so pleased you have found something that's natural and so easy to make . I will be sure to try it and tell others of your magic potion 😄 .

    Have an awesome day ! 😊

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