Herbal hemorrhoids treatment is widely used as an alternative remedy to cure and treat the conditions of hemorrhoids, also called piles. What are hemorrhoids? some may ask. They are swollen and stretched or diluted veins that line the anal canal and also the lower rectum. There are internal hemorrhoids as well as external hemorrhoids. They can be found inside or outside of the anus.
The following are symptoms of hemorrhoids. They will hurt, burn,
itch, irritate the anal area and most times they bleed which can lead to
anemia and weakness. There is also protrusion of vein from the anus.
A lot of people who are affected by these conditions are embarrassed to discuss it with others including their very own relatives and millions of dollars are spent yearly to bring relief to the sufferers but sometimes only temporarily. However, medicinal herbs for hemorrhoids can be put to the test for medicinal purposes and health benefits.`
Hemorrhoids can be caused from a number of factors. Some are genes, age, constipation, low fiber diet, obesity, laxatives, pregnancy, anal sexual practices, lack of exercise, straining, prolonged sitting as well as prolonged standing.
However, herbal hemorrhoids treatment, which is a natural alternative in regards to this condition can be very beneficial to all those who are affected. In most cases hemorrhoids will respond to self-care methods and or home remedies which can also involve the use of medicinal herbs to treat oneself.
Utilizing the use of a hot enema (the procedure of introducing liquids into the rectum and colon through the anus) by using medicinal herbs such as white oak bark, bay berry bark and white alum root tea which will work wonders by cleansing the entire colon.
A strong tea of witch hazel and one teaspoonful of catnip, one teaspoonful of bloodroot, one teaspoonful of yellow dock root will prove as a good herbal remedy to treat this condition. Utilize this by steeping all herbs in a cup of boiling water for twenty minutes. For internal hemorrhoids the tea can be injected in the rectum by using a a rubber enema tip. For external hemorrhoids, use the tea to bathe the affected area.
Make a tea by combining mullein, yarrow, wild alum root, as well as pilewort. Use one teaspoonful of this combination to a pint of boiling water. Boil and then steep it for one and a half hour. Consume half of a cup four times per day for speedy results.
However, to gain maximum results a sufferer needs to drink plenty water to keep the digestive process working properly. An amount of eight glasses per day is highly recommended. Also, if you do not feel the need to go to the toilet, do not go and then having to strain and in addition if you feel the need to go, heed the call of nature by doing so. Do not wait too long. Eating more fiber packed food as well as eating more vegetable will help to soften stool and prevent constipation. All of the above with the aid of herbal hemorrhoids treatment will get you on the road of recovery in no time.
Updated December 31, 2015