Try the natural diarrhea treatment for children to stop Diarrhea naturally without strong medication and invasive antibiotics. Diarrhea and vomiting cause the loss of fluids which need to be replaced. In most cases diarrhea is caused by food poisoning; bacteria in food or water; food allergies; or a virus.
Natural Diarrhea Treatment for Children
Children dehydrate very quickly by losing fluid and salts in the body due to diarrhea, fever, and vomiting. It is important to replace the fluids through any liquid the child will drink and to continue to feed them the liquid.
Chronic diarrhea in very young children is evident if the child has five or more watery stools a day. A baby with diarrhea can become dehydrated very quickly and should be evaluated by a health care provider.
Prepare the following rehydration drink and give at the onset of diarrhea. Mix together 1 teaspoon of table salt, 8 teaspoons sugar, and add to 5 cups of water (if you have time, sterilize the water by boiling it, but be sure to cool it before giving it t0 the child). Give 1 cup each time the child has a bowel movement, cup for a smaller child. Spoon-feed a baby. Let the child drink as much as they want. You can stop giving it as soon as the child stops having loose bowel movements or loses desire for the relaydration drink.
Seek help if the child displays symptoms of dehydration, if there is severe vomiting, or if they will not drink. For babies, you should seek help immediately. The rehydration solution is for emergency use only; it is just to tide you over until you can seek medical help. Deaths from dehydration are common, so do not hesitate to contact your physician.
Diarrhea Treatment with Plantain Infusion
Plantain is easy to find, so dry plenty of it. It has many uses. The ribbed plantain is the best for medicinal use, so try to collect only that kind. This recipe is good for treating diarrhea. Pour 1 cup boiling water over 4 tablespoons dried plantain leaves. Cover and steep for 20 minutes. Strain and sweeten. Drink in 1/2 cup doses every 2 hours until relief is obtained.
Give your child BRAT Diet
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends the BRAT Diet for toddlers with diarrhea. The BRAT diet consists of bananas, rice, applesauce and unbuttered toast. These foods are bland, so they will not upset a delicate stomach. They also tend to be binding, and bananas contain potassium, which your toddler needs to replace after a bout with diarrhea. Once the BRAT diet is started, over the next 48 hours, gradually introduce fruits and vegetables back into your toddler’s diet. Start offering meat and dairy products, once the above food is being handled well by the child.
Diarrhea cure for kids with Blended Apple
Peel, core, and puree an apple in the blender. Grate if you do not have a blender. Give 1 apple every 2 hours, while withholding all other food during treatment.
Diarrhea treatment with Apple and Milk smoothie
Simmer 1 pared apple in 1 cup of milk until very soft. Put apple milk mixture in the blender and blend until smooth. Drink cup after every bowel movement until relief is obtained.
Natural Diarrhea treatment for children with honey
Infant diarrhea treatment with rice water
For infants suffering from Diarrhea try boiling some rice in extra water, drain the rice, and use the rice water in their bottle to relieve not only diarrhea but also to relax an upset stomach. Don’t use bleached white rice! It’s nothing but starch and you won’t get the benefits you are looking for. Give yourself or your patient a generous bowl of brown rice every four hours, make 6 small meals, during the time you would normally eat or have a snack. There is no need to do this round the clock. Plenty of rest is another natural home remedy for Diarrhea.
Keep Your Child Hydrated
The main complication of most forms of diarrhea is the risk of dehydration. Offer your child clear liquids such as water, white grape juice and clear broth often. If you are still breast feeding, offer to nurse frequently. Since diarrhea can also deplete the body of electrolytes, offer her an electrolyte replacement drink, such as Gatorade or Pedialyte. If she does not want to drink fluids, let her suck on popsicles or ice chips.
Add fiber to diet with apple and carrots
Raspberry tea to treat diarrhea in children
If diarrhea is chronic or recurrent, an underlying problem such as food allergy, infection, or intestinal parasites may be the cause. Allergy testing can determine if you have any food allergies. A stool culture can be done to check for infection or the presence of parasites.