Herbs for Hemorrhoids
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Ground elder – Groundelder herb5 out of 5£2.90–£5.50
Is a source of minerals such as iron, copper, manganese, potassium, boron, titanium and calcium. Ground elder is extremely effective in the treatment of gout (poagra), hence its Polish name – “podagrycznik”, also works cleansing and detoxicating.
Walnut – Walnut leaf£2.80–£5.50
Young leaves collected in June, have very rich ingredients: tannins (astringent), terpenes (antibacterial), flavonoids, ellagic acid (which is an antioxidant, protects against cancer and supports the immune system), mineral salts and vitamins C, B, K and provitamin A.
St. John’s wort – St. John’s wort herb£2.50–£3.50
Currently, this plant is also used in many ailments. St. John’s wort can help for treatment of mild to moderate depression. The plant, especially its tiny yellow flowers, is high in hypericin (acts as an antidepressant and sedative) and other flavonoid compounds.
Hemorrhoids, also known as piles, occur when the veins and tissues in your rectum and anus become swollen and inflamed. If you have hemorrhoids, you may experience pain, bleeding and itching around your anus. Hemorrhoids can develop during pregnancy, or from long-term bouts of diarrhea or constipation, obesity and strained bowel movements. Herbs may help shrink hemorrhoids and relieve the pain and inflammation.