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Yes, stomach acid can burn. Gastric acid contains hydrochloric acid, which is a very strong acid. However, the lining of the stomach is protected by a layer of mucus, which prevents the acid from burning the stomach. However, a weakness in the mucus layer or excessive production of stomach acid can result in an ulcer.

Excessive vomiting can damage the esophagus due to the burning effects of stomach acid. In addition, excessive vomiting can also damage the teeth for the same reason.

However, it's not easy to get burned by your own stomach acid. You won't hurt yourself if you accidentally get vomit on your skin, for example. However, heavy vomiting and frequent heartburn can cause damage to your esophagus, and ulcers can develop and become very painful. You should eat a proper diet, and always consult a doctor if you have frequent heartburn or other pain symptoms in your stomach or lower chest.
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Can you show Herbal ways to get rid of acid burning in stomach?

I know chamomile is used to soothe the stomache and heal ulcers.Also peppermint. Theres some good herbal teas that have chamomlie and peppermint in them. Also, when I get a bi

Why the acid from your stomach can't burn?

  there are mucus linings made of epitheliel cells surrounding the stomach. they protect your stomach from acid harm: stomach ulcers that are very painful and irritative.

What stops the acid from burning your stomach?

The stomach lining secretes a thick layer of mucus that helps protect it from the stomach acid. Aspirin, Motrin, Advil, Aleve, ibuprofen etc (but not Tylenol/ acetominophen) d
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