Hemorrhoids natural remedies

•  Comfrey is anti-inflammatory, stimulates the immune system, and aids the formation of new skin. Moisten powdered comfrey with vegetable oil and apply the paste, or pound the leaf to soften the fuzzy hairs and apply the leaf itself, topically. There's no need to wash off the residue.

•  Hemorrhoids natural remediesWitch hazel is a soothing astringent that relieves hemorrhoidal pain and itching. Make a compress using generic witch hazel (available anywhere), and use it whenever you need a bit of soothing.

• Aloe is astringent and heals wounds. Apply it topically to the anal area. Use the gel directly from the leaf of the plant.

• The bark of the horse chestnut tree contains a number of chemicals that help treat hemorrhoids. This herb strengthens blood vessel walls, which reduces the risk of developing more hemorrhoids. It also has anti-inflammatory benefits. The tannins in it, however, can cause constipation if consumed. But you could make a tea and apply it to the hemorrhoids. Or moisten powdered bark and apply the paste directly.

Dosages may vary, depending on the duration and severity of your symptoms. Follow package directions, or consult a qualified herbal practitioner.

 
 
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