5 natural solutions for flatulence

My relatives were delighted that I applied these solutions. 😄

Why do I fart?

Flatulence results from the accumulation of gas in the gastrointestinal tract.

The main causes are :

  • Digestion, particularly bacterial fermentation.
  • Air swallowed when eating.

Intestinal gases consist mainly of nitrogen. However, it is the presence of hydrogen sulfide that causes unpleasant smells (like bad breath).


Which foods cause farting?

  • Legumes.
  • Cabbage.
  • Dairy products.
  • Raw vegetables.
  • Onions.
  • Fruit combined with cereals.
  • Fermented foods.
  • Wholegrain cereals.
  • Beer.
  • Dried fruits.

These foods increase my farts because I have poor digestion: food ends up fermenting in my intestines.

Causes of flatulence

They can combine:

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Natural solutions

How to fart less?

24h fasting

If I have a lot of flatulence at the moment, it means that my digestion is inefficient.

There may be several reasons for it, for example:

  • Imbalance in my intestinal flora.
  • Insufficient digestive enzymes.

Most of the time, a 24-hour fast will restore harmony in my intestines.

For example, I may miss lunch and dinner, so I don’t eat for 24 hours.

I should drink water to cleanse myself.

Intestinal detox

While intermittent fasting is an effective short-term action, a gentle colon detox delivers lasting results.

It helps restore a balanced and stable digestive system.


If I chew too little and swallow too quickly, I don’t take advantage of my extraordinary salivary enzymes.

These help to break down and better digest, especially complex carbohydrates.

What I send to my stomach should be slop, otherwise decomposition ends up in my intestines, through fermentation.


Behind most symptoms – including excessive farting – lie emotional causes.

The evacuation of gas is a natural process: a perfectly healthy person will certainly experience flatulence, but in limited quantities and with little smell.

The symbolic message of illness for flatulence is that there’s something I’m having trouble digesting. It could be an event from the past that’s stuck in my throat.

I discover how to deal with the emotional wounds that disrupt my digestion.


A fart can tell me that a food is not right for me.

Cheese used to provoke a lot of flatulence with me. I finally realized that it didn’t suit me, and that my body was wasting a lot of energy trying to digest it. I now only take it occasionally.

Ideally, I can learn how to communicate with my body, which knows exactly what I need to eat.

Certain foods and herbal remedies can help with flatulence:

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What are the natural solutions to flatulence?

  • Immediately: 24-hour fasting.
  • Long-term: intestinal detox and emotional introspection.

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