Prev post1 of 3Next Diarrhea occurs when the digestive system is not functioning properly, resulting in frequent loose or watery stools, three or more times a day. The main causes of diarrhea are viral infections, bacterial infections, consumption of contaminated food and water, anxiety, food intolerances, and intestinal diseases such as irritable bowel syndrome, Crohn’s
Mixing 2 tea tree, 2 lavender and 2 lemon with 1 tsp grapeseed oil. Let's see if this works on my 4 year old. **UPDATE** On day 3, I used this and either it worked like a charm or whatever bug she had, had run its course. She had diarrhea 3 days straight. Toward the middle of day 3 I used this on her abdomen 3 or 4 times during the course of the day/night. Her next BM was totally normal. No trace of diarrhea at all.
Remedies- these are all great with the exception of kava kava. I would not recommend somebody to take this. It can cause problems in the liver if used incorrectly. Other common side effects of kava are dizziness and diarrhea. Before taking any herbs, consult a doctor to ensure you aren't on medications that would be contraindicated.