Natural Treatment For Hemorrhoids

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Beetroot 

Raw beetroot can be eaten daily in order to heal the hemorrhoids and strengthen the body.

Cold Water

Sitting in a large bowl of cold water several times a day can reduce swelling and inflammation. A bidet or hose can be used as well.

Mustard Poultice

A mustard poultice can be used in order to heal the hemorrhoids, relieve pain, and stimulate circulation in the area.

Make a poultice by adding ground mustard seeds or mustard oil to hot water, putting it on a clean piece of cotton, and then pressing into the infected area. Leave in place for 2 hours.

Among mustard’s many healing properties, it is a pain reliever, an excellent expectorant, and it stimulates circulation.

Red Potato

Red potato can be cut into small pieces and inserted into the anus to help relieve symptoms.

Red potato encourages healthy blood circulation and reduces inflammation.

Ayurveda 

Ayurveda is a holistic system of medicine that is traditionally practised in India and Sri Lanka. Being holistic, this system of medicine takes into consideration our mind, body, and spirit in the diagnosis and treatment of illness. It is a complete system of healthcare, intended to contribute to a way of life, rather than a treatment used from time to time.

Abhayarishta 

Abhayarishta can be taken daily in order to heal hemorrhoids, reduce inflammation, and relieve any constipation. It is especially useful with bleeding hemorrhoids.

Abhayarishta is an oral tonic and can be found in many health stores, from an ayurvedic practitioner, it is considered safe for use and free from side effects.

Dadimadi Ghrita

Dadimadi Ghrita can be taken in order to heal hemorrhoids and relieve the symptoms.

Dadimadi can be obtained from an ayurvedic practitioner, in many health stores, it is considered a safe remedy with no known side effects.

Cypress Essential Oil

Cypress oil can be applied directly to the hemorrhoids in order to relieve and heal. It can also be added to a wash or warm bath.

Cypress is a powerful astringent and it improves circulation – making it very suitable for the treatment of hemorrhoids.

Caution: Cypress oil can be too strong for sensitive people. Test on the back of the hand first and if it irritates wash it off and dilute with another softer oil such as grape seed oil.

Frankincense Oil

Frankincense oil can be applied directly to the hemorrhoids in order to relieve and heal. It can also be added to a wash or warm bath.

Frankincense oil is a powerful astringent and it reduces inflammation.

Caution: Do not take internally and keep out of reach of children.

Lavender Oil

Lavender oil can be applied directly to the hemorrhoids in order to relieve and heal. It can also be added to a wash or warm bath.

Lavender is one of the most used, loved, and versatile oils available. Among its many healing properties, it is an astringent, a painkiller, and it is calming and soothing.

Caution: In rare cases, asthma or hay fever sufferers are allergic.

Rosemary Oil

Rosemary oil can be applied directly to the hemorrhoids in order to relieve and heal. It can also be added to a wash or warm bath. Rosemary stimulates circulation, soothes, and has many healing properties.

Caution: Do not use during pregnancy or if you have Epilepsy or high blood pressure.

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