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Hemorroids and the herbal tea cure

Reference #: 571
Submit Date: 29 Apr 2003
Browse Category: hemorrhoid
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Treatment used: witch hazel leaves, mullein leaves, marshmallow root, plantain, butternut bark, pepperm
You can buy this remedy at: health food store
Remedy will cost you: $5.50 for 4 oz of tea
Country of Remedy: USA
Remedy Source: http://pages.ivillage.com/cambour/TEAHEMORRHOIDS.html
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Remedy Description

Directions: Brew 2 to 3 cups of tea daily. May be used every day.



Indications: This blend contains herbs that reduce inflamed veins, soften

stools and support the intestinal system. Always consult your doctor

before taking any herbs or medicine, especially if you are pregnant or

lactating.





Ingredients: Witch Hazel leaves, Mullein leaves, Marshmallow root,

Plantain, Butternut bark, Peppermint leaves.









About the Tea Ingredients







Witch Hazel leaves: These antiseptic leaves are famous for treating

hemorrhoids, phlebitis and varicose veins. They reduce the size of

hemorrhoids, and help stop itching. They also help the lining of your

intestine make mucus for easier stool passage.



Mullein leaves: Mullein softens stools and soothes irritated intestines.

The leaves also an antiseptic and a mild diuretic.



Marshmallow root: This root heals and strengthens the lining of the

intestine, helping to soothe inflammation and heal sores.



Plantain: The allantoin in Plantain is used widely to promote wound

healing. Scientists in Britain recommend using Plantain with Witch Hazel

for hemorrhoids.



Butternut bark: Butternut bark is a mild laxative that relieves hemorrhoid

pressure by softening stools.



Peppermint leaves: Peppermint leaves improve digestion, reduces gas, and

settle the stomach.

About Hemorrhoids (or jump to About Phlebitis)



Hemorrhoids are swollen veins in the rectum or anus. As stools pass, the

vein walls stretch and become irritated. The irritated veins itch, hurt or

bleed. If the hemorrhoids pass to the outside during passage of a stool,

they are prolapsed.



Hemorrhoids can be internal or external. Internal hemorrhoids lie deeper

inside the rectum, where there are fewer nerves, so they often do not

hurt. Usually, bleeding is the only symptom of internal hemorrhoids.

External hemorrhoids are visible





You can buy a 4 oz of this tea for $5.50 from:

http://pages.ivillage.com/cambour/TEAHEMORRHOIDS.html

This remedy can also be used for:



phlebitis