Indigestion refers to an uncomfortable pain in the stomach or chest that usually occurs after a person has been eating or drinking. Other symptoms of the condition include feeling full and bloated, feeling nauseous, belching and heartburn.

Indigestion is common, each person may experience indigestion in a slightly different way. Some symptoms can quickly fade, but some can be long lasting and recur frequently.

If there is underlying medical condition then it is advisable to go to a medical professional and address that issue.

But if emotional distress of any kind is causing the indigestion, then for those cases Bach flower Remedies and be used to relieve the emotional state which indirectly can help the recurring discomfort.

We always select Bach remedies depending in the feeling of the person is experiencing or they type of person he is.

Some of the remedies alone or in combination could be considered for the following feelings. 

Aspen for people who face unexplained apprehensions and are unable to quite describe it, and the apprehension leads to discomfort in digestion process.

Beech for the intolerance. In this state the person projects too much outside and has extreme difficulty in focusing inside and digesting own experiences. This inability to digest emotional experiences may show up as poor digestion.

Impatiens for people who are always in hurry and put themselves under stress, because of that. These people are not able to give themselves time to digest the food properly.

Chestnut Bud for people who fail to learn from previous experiences and eat or drink unwisely again and again.

Crab Apple when you feel the need to detox or clean your digestive system, or feel lot of toxins have accumulated which need to be cleaned for effective digestive system.

Gentian when you have experienced a setback and this feeling is creating issues with digestion.

Holly when there is extreme anger and simply out of frustration the person eats more than what he or she will be able to digest.

Mimulus for people who are scared of specific situation or phase of life which leads to impacting the digestion of the person.

Red chestnut when worry for others is consuming and other’s welfare is primary reason for worry.

Rock Rose when the person is panic stricken and his nerves are on the edge. This feeling of being on the edge impacts the digestion.

(Disclaimer: please note one must make a personal blend after consulting a BFRP (Bach Foundation Registered Practitioner)