Infectious diarrhea


  • feeling hot;
  • fever;
  • thirst;
  • mushy stool;
  • diarrhea;
  • abdominal burning pain;
  • bad smelling yellow stool;
  • abdominal cramps;
  • blood in the stool;
  • feeling better after bowel emptying;
  • dark urine;


  • eating tainted food;
  • intestinal infection;
  • external moisture and heat causes this type of diarrhea;
  • hot moisture in the colon causes abdominal pain and diarrhea, a specific symptom is bad-smelling stools, and the patient may feel a burning sensation when defecating due to the heat. In more severe cases, fever may also occur.


  • the goal of treatment is to get the pathogen out of the body and restore normal bowel and spleen function;
  • get rid of moisture;
  • acupuncture can be used for this;
  • herbal treatment is most effective;
  • probiotics are also good for restoring activated carbon and microflora;
  • in more severe cases antibiotics should be considered;

Nutrition suggestions:

  • Avoid very sharp and hot foods as there is too much heat and moisture in the gut;
  • Use cooling and moisturizing foods to cool the gut and restore microflora:
  • Use food preparing methods like cooking and steaming;
  • Eat banana, pear, melon, orange, cranberry, eggplant, cucumber, spinach, mung beans, dandelion, green tea, black tea, chamomile tea, corn, yogurt and tofu
  • Use naturally activated charcoal;


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