Dysentery and giardiasis are treated with barberry.

This excellent plant was used more by ancient Egyptians as a preventive for cholera. The modern studies have confirmed that this plant largely neutralizes the bacteria than chloramphenicol (an antibiotic used to treat certain diseases such as typhus). It was found that this plant eliminates the bacteria that infect the wounds, the bacteria that causes diarrhea and typhus, parasites that cause dysentery, the bacteria that causes cholera (Vibrio cholerae) and the most important thing is that it eliminates the bacterium Escherichia coli in the urinary tract.

In addition, it destroys the fungus Candida albicans (which causes the vaginal problems), and removes the giardiasis. To use this herb in the treatment of dysentery, giardiasis or other stomach diseases that we mentioned take a half teaspoon of finely ground roots of barberry, put it in a boiling water, then leave it for 15-30 minutes to cool. The mixture is then strained and drank as cold, one cup per day, equal, regular doses. Having in mind that this drink has a very strong flavor add honey to be more tasty. This drink should not be given to children younger than two years.

Mint (Mentha): the mint tea is generally used as a remedy to mitigate the problems caused by the poor digestion, as well as for the treatment of cramps and diarrhea. For the treatment of diarrhea in children use the following recipe: take a certain amount of fresh mint leaves, roughly a handful and put them in a big cup of water, boil it and use it in the form of compresses that are placed in the umbilicus;
mint leaves
Mulberry leaves: the mulberry leaf solution is used as an effective remedy for diarrhea. Take a certain amount of leaves that are put in a cup of boiling water, and then leave them for 15 minutes. Take one cup a day.