Street delicacies from across the globe no doubt give you a reason to give into your temptation – such is their reputation. However, one downside of eating out is that you do not actually know the ingredients and at what time it was prepared. One of the prime causes of food poisoning is stale food or contaminated water. Also known as Campylobacter infection (named after the bacterium that results in acute diarrhea), food poisoning symptoms may vary from mild stomach discomfort to blood stained diarrhea and may also result in death if not diagnosed and left untreated. There are plenty of home remedies that safely cure food poisoning if diagnosed at early stage. Here are some of them.