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10 Herbs For Hemorrhoid


Many herbs are helpful in curing and treating hemorrhoids. You don’t need to use all of the herbal remedies at the same time and you don’t have to continue using them after you have alleviated the pain and swelling of hemorrhoids.


Here is another list of great herbs for hemorrhoids:

Aloe Vera                     Butcher’s Broom

Witch Hazel                  St. John's Wort

Horse Chestnut             Comfrey Root Powder

Barberry                       Dandelion

Psyllium Seed                Tea Tree



#1 Aloe Vera

Aloe vera gel reduces pain almost immediately once you apply it topically to your hemorrhoids. Aloe vera is noted as an anti-inflammatory and internally it can relieve constipation if taken internally as a juice, Among its healing ingredients are amino acids, calcium, folate, iron, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium, zinc, and vitamins A, C, and E.



#2 Witch Hazel

Witch hazel (Hamamelis virginiana) can alleviate hemorrhoidal itching if applied topically. Usually it is dabbed on hemorrhoids with a cotton ball but you can also buy witch hazel sprays. It also contains proanthocyanidins such as hamamelitannnin which are known to strengthen vein walls. Witch hazel is known to be good for healing varicose veins. So witch hazel works externally as an itch-relieving astringent and internally as a vein strengthening agent.



#3 Horse Chestnut

Horse chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) has been used for a couple of centuries as a treatment for vein problems such as varicose veins and hemorrhoids. The active ingredient that is good for hemorrhoids is aescin, which not only reduces inflammation but it also strengthens vein walls by making veins more elastic and by repairs leaks in veins.


This is not just myth. There have been scientific studies of the horse chestnut as a cure for vein-related disorders.  It is readily available in Germany and Japan as a treatment for vein diseases. In a double-blind, placebo-controlled study of people with symptomatic hemorrhoids indicated that horse chestnut helped reduce pain, bleeding, and swelling of hemorrhoids within a week and within 2 weeks, the improvement was visibly noticeable.



#4 Barberry

Barberry is a good blood purifier and it also helps with your digestive processes. This means that barberry can help your hemorrhoids by improving your blood flow and by keeping your stools in an easier state to pass through your system. Because of its ability to also stimulate the immune system and tone body tissues, it can help with cutting back on the bleeding that hemorrhoids can cause. This is particularly true of internal hemorrhoids.



#5 Psyllium Seed

Psyllium seed is commonly used in laxatives that rely on the bulk-forming approach to moving bowels. This remedy has a centuries old history of helping with bowel related problems including hemorrhoids. The primary factor is the dietary fiber in psyllium seeds and this comes as both insoluble and soluble fiber. The soluble part is in the mucilage part of the seed. This is the part of the seed that really works with hemorrhoids.


It is important to drink plenty of water with psyllium because it bulks up so much when ingested. The mucilage softens your stools and the bulk sweeps through your intestines. So the end result is a large soft stool. It coats your bowel and reduces the swelling of hemorrhoids partly from the soothing ingredients and partly by helping you avoid straining your constipated stools against the delicate tissues of your anus.


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