Diarrhea: If it is not an acute infection, stuffing foods such as bananas or white flour products can help. The essential oil of cinnamon bark has a relaxing effect. Mix a drop with a tablespoon of oil and massage the stomach clockwise. Tea from dried blueberries stuffs. Constipation: Start the day with a glass of lukewarm water. Look for high-fiber diets (whole grains, fruits, vegetables, legumes) and reduce sugar and white flour. Especially gentle: soak dried plums and figs overnight and drink the water for breakfast. Heartburn: A stomach soothing potato soup for breakfast works wonders: Dice one or two potatoes and cook gently with cumin, anise, fennel and a pinch of salt in water. In acute cases, drink a glass of water with a pinch of natron. Flatulence: An evil that plagues you more often? Find out which foods cause problems. Keep a food diary in which you write down what you have eaten and what the consequences are. Then eat only one flatulent food (pulses, cabbage, cabbage, onions, coarse whole grains, sugar). So you can quickly find out who the culprit is and what you should avoid.