Acid reflux is also referred to as heartburn. It occurs when too much stomach acid pools in the stomach and then returns back into the throat or mouth. The associated pain is a result of the hydrochloric acid dissolving and digesting the normal tissues of the esophagus, mouth, and throat.
To stop the problem, it is necessary to stop the flow of acid. One way is to take digestive enzymes and neutralize those acids. Another way is to take antacids, which help absorb those acids and pass them through your digestive tract.
Structured silver can be taken daily to help the burns caused by the acid. Take one to two teaspoons, two to five times a day as needed. In addition, you can take acidophilus or digestive enzymes, which help transport stomach acids out of the body. As a last resort, a physician can prescribe acid blockers or drugs that will stop the production of acid in the stomach