Can natural home remedies for hemorrhoids help for the swollen varicose veins that occur around the "bottom" and in the rectum i.e. the lowest
part of the colon?
Yes! These remedies can, so read on and find out how.
These bulging veins can cause a lot of pain and makes one
wonder about the origin of the saying "pain in the backside..?
This is another one of those ailments that causes much laughter and merriment for all and sundry, excepting the person who is suffering from it'
It must be kept in mind that if these "piles" are not dealt with sooner rather than later they will enlarge and become a problem.
So before we go to our home remedies for hemorrhoids lets start as always by first checking out .......
Too Much Fiber
This is a very old home remedy and probably the reason for it is that camphor combats inflammation as well as it been an antiseptic and an analgesic.
Apply to the hemorrhoids once a day. It will burn but the relief afterwards is heavenly. Do not use continuously for more than 3 days.
Now this is an interesting one, based on folklore and word of mouth.
To the top of Home Remedies for Hemorrhoids
"the art of healing comes from Nature and not from the Physician - therefore the Physician must start with nature with an open mind".
Site Map 1: Home Remedies A through to K .
Site Map 2 : Home Remedies L through to Z .
Site Map 3 : Herbal guide.
Remember to always consult with your Medical Provider before following any alternative remedies.
Many of these home remedies are based on folklore and have been passed down from generation to generation for centuries.
Apples reduce cholesterol, contains anti-cancer agents.
Has mild anti-bacterial, anti-viral, anti-inflammatory, oestrogenic activity.
High in fiber, helps avoid constipation.
"Nothing can be said about our politics that has already been said about hemorroids." ~Unknown~
"Why are hemorroids called hemorroids and asteroids called asteroids. If it was the other way around then a proctologist would be an astronaut". ~Unknown~
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