Mint

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If you want to soothe your stomach, one of your best options is the use of mint, which has been recommended for optimizing the abdominal cavity for generations. The natural cooling effect of mint is good for settling nausea and preventing vomiting, which can often accompany appendicitis. You can brew mint tea for a daily dose of antioxidants, or chew on mint leaves as often as possible. A few drops of mint essential oil can also be mixed with water and consumed for a highly concentrated dose of beneficial compounds to the gut and surrounding areas, which can prevent the worst symptoms of appendicitis.

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