|Submit Date:||29 Apr 2003|
|You can buy this remedy at:||any food store|
|Remedy will cost you:||unknown|
|Country of Remedy:||USA|
|Remedy Source:||Lifetime encyclopedia of Natural Remedies, by Mayra Cameron, p 231|
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|# of times remedy read:||2,827|
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--"Cayenne Tea stimulates blood ciruclation.
--Stonerrot strengthes hemorrodial veins when 2 tablets are taken between
meals during acute attacks, then once a day for maintenance
--Flax seeds,rose hips, slippery elm or white oak bark teas, can be
slipped every 4 hours, applied externally, or injected into the rectum.
2 tablespoons at at time with a baby syringe.
--Teas of goldenseal, gotu kola, or yarrow, can be used as external
poultices to reduce swelling and alleviate pain."