Herbal Remedies for Piles
Piles treatment with herbs is considered very safe as there are no or minimal side effects. These remedies have natural healing properties, which is the biggest advantage. The important fact is that the use of herbal treatments is independent of any age groups. Some herbs are also having antibiotic properties, which are widely used as home remedies to heal cuts and wounds.
Aloe Vera can be easily cultivated, at home gardens for various medicinal benefits. It provides relief from the burning, itching, and swelling caused by piles when applied to the anus. Aloe Vera is anti-inflammatory & antiseptic in nature, which is effective in the healing of wounds.
Daruharidra is an herb that is very efficacious and characterized as an anti-hemorrhoid, a wound healer internal as well as external and commonly used for relieving the constipation problem and upward flow abdominal gas. It’s also known as Indian Berberry. Normally, found in Himachal Pradesh especially in Kumaon & Chamba region.
Neem is an ancient Indian herb, commonly found in everywhere in India. It’s antifungal, antibacterial & anti-diabetic natural home remedy. It is useful in healing of wounds by removing the bacterial contamination.
Tea Tree Oil:
Antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties of tea tree oil may reduce swelling and itching caused by piles. In research, it’s found that a gel made with tea tree oil decreased symptoms of piles.
Apple Cider Vinegar:
Apple cider vinegar is commonly available for its use at home. It’s a best natural remedy for piles. It helps in reduces inflammation, itchiness, and pain caused by piles. You can directly apply it on affected area.
Epsom salt & Glycerin:
This less-known home treatment can help in the painful discomfort of piles. You can apply it directly to the inflamed area. Epsom salt or magnesium sulfate may be helpful to relieve the discomfort associated with piles.
Turmeric has anti-inflammatory properties, which can help treat the inflammation that creates piles. The turmeric will assist in healing any fissures that may have developed as a result of the piles. It can be directly applied to an affected area.
Amla is rich in natural vitamin C. It contains Gallic acid, which is act as a potent polyphenol. It possesses the highest concentrations of vitamin C of any fruit, as well as many medicinal properties, and it is eaten in either fresh or preserved form. Amla is good for many gastrointestinal problems, including Piles.
Fig is a commonly found home remedy in India. Soak in water two figs. Eat on an empty stomach every morning. Soak dried figs in two mornings and eat at 4 or 5 pm not to eat an hour before or after. Consumption of Fig, for eight to ten days to cure dry and Bleeding Piles.
Psyllium husk is a fiber supplement that helps in softens of stools to make them easier to pass. It will help prevent digestive conditions like diarrhea and constipation which are the common causes of piles.
Witch Hazel (Winter Bloom):
Witch hazel can help to reduce itching, pain, and bleeding. The oils present in the herb work against inflammation and bleeding. Witch hazel is act as an astringent, which is a substance that causes tissue to shrink. It also has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, which is effective in piles treatment. It’s a garden shrub, cultivated in the United States.