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Hemorrhoid Herbal Relief Remedy

Almost everyone is bothered at some time or another by hemorrhoids. Reports suggest that 50 percent of the U.S. population - both men and women - have hemorrhoids by age 50. The term refers to a condition that occurs when veins around the anus (external hemorrhoids) or just inside the anus (internal hemorrhoids) become distended and inflamed. They can cause a number of symptoms - usually just irritating, not dangerous, and treatable at home - but sometimes they can become infected or bleed heavily, prompting urgent intervention and even surgery.

The old method of treating hemorrhoids using pads soaked with a solution of witch hazel (an astringent and healing tree, from which the bark is usually used as the medicine), was and is (when you can find a quality product) an effective treatment in many cases.

These pads were usually applied topically over the anus and they were cooling and effective at nourishing and repairing the failing capillary.

Today most herbalist recommend using two very powerful herbs that work together to both regenerate and purify the veins and capillaries in the rectum.

These two herbs are comfrey root and white oak bark. Use in powder form and mix them with cocoa butter to a suppository about the size of the little finger.

This is then refrigerated.

Each night one suppository is inserted before bed. The body heat melts the cocoa butter and the herbs gradually seep into the surrounding tissues. As they do they disinfect, purify, remove clots and regenerate and astringe the tissue to pull things back into place and make strong that which was weak.

It is usually a quick remedy, but it is to be repeated until fully healed. Usually, this will be a lifetime fix if good dietary principles are followed thereafter.

One thing that can be quite helpful is the prudent use of apple cider vinegar, honey and cayenne pepper. This mixture is made up with hot distilled water and sipped before and during meals. This helps protect capillaries against toxic damage and greatly improves digestion.

Mix one cup of honey, one cup of vinegar and two to four cups of distilled water and add ¼ teaspoon (less in the beginning, more later) of cayenne pepper. This will keep in the fridge until consumed. It does not need to be re-warmed to use, but can be drunk cold with full effect.

1. A tea mixture to help relieve hemorrhoids internally.
Buckthorn bark, Yarrow, Licorice root and Fennel seed.
Mix in equal parts. Steep 1 tbsp. in ½ cup boiling water for 10 minutes. Drink hot.

2. A tea mixture to help relieve hemorrhoids internally.

Lemon Balm (3 parts), Raspberry leaf (3 parts), Arnica flowers (5 parts), Buckthorn bark (15 parts) - Soak 1 tbsp. of the mixture in ½ cup cold water for 6 hours, then bring to a boil and simmer for 10 minutes. Take 1 cup a day.


Disclaimer - The information presented herein by  Mountain Maus’ Remedies is intended for educational purposes only. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, cure, treat or prevent disease. Individual results may vary, and before using any supplements, it is always advisable to consult with your own health care provider.