Answer: Hello dear.. loose motion or diarrohea can happen due to dehydration,food allergy, indigestion,home remedies for diarrhoea are as follows... Have buttermilk with little ginger and cumin seeds ,it will stop diarrhoea,can also have muskmelon juice for couple of days it will cure loose stools Avoid oily,fried item ,spicy items too Drink lot of water , include fresh juice too Apply castor oil on your tummy,it will reduce the heat Have bland food items like rice porr idge,curd rice,bread.. Make a habit of drinking cumin water after every meal will help you in digestion..
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