HERBAL MEDICINE TO HELP HEMORRHOIDS!
Hemorrhoids are defined as arteriovenous dilatations located beneath the rectal mucosa in the form of rings around the anus. Hemorrhoids are known when the size of the “bulges” increases as a result of pushing forces and causes symptoms.
In the initial stage, hemorrhoids occur as invisible and impalpable nodules in the anal canal. When the problem is accentuated, these nodules temporarily exteriorize by the anus often when the person goes to the saddle. They then regain their initial position. At a later stage, the nodules will often remain outside the anus; they are then really inconvenient. In this case, blood stagnates. The hemorrhoids do not empty anymore and stay swollen with blood.
Exceptional in children and rare enough in the elderly, hemorrhoids are often due to constipation. They often associate with hormonal problems, pregnancy, childbirth, laxative abuse, or prolonged sitting on a hard surface.
Often, hemorrhoids result from the congestion of the portal vein (liver) which sounds downstream in the form of hemorrhoids. In Chinese medicine, the anus is said to be “the eye of the liver.”
When hemorrhoids are painful, whether they burn, swell, bleed or come out of the anus, it is considered that there is “hemorrhoidal disease.” This disease affects one in three French people. The primary cause is portal congestion of the liver which may be due to alcohol or an inadequate diet, resulting in swelling of the hemorrhoids and may cause a seizure.
The complications are an anal pain, hemorrhoidal procidence, red blood rectorrhagia after defecation, ulceration, and thrombosis.
The composition of CFT Complex: This liquid product consists of 40% gemmotherapy and 60% herbal medicine.
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THE EXTRACTS OF BUDS ARE:
- Aesculus hippocastanum: For centuries, various preparations of leaves, flowers, seeds and bark of horse chestnut have been used to treat venous circulation disorders such as heaviness and swelling of the legs, varicose veins or hemorrhoids.
- Sorbus domestica: in the glycerine macerate, the Cormier bud is mainly considered as a venous drainer. It improves varicose veins, hemorrhoids, and varicose ulcers.
- Juniperus communis: the use of juniper goes back to ancient Egypt, even before. These properties have persisted through the centuries without ever failing. Thus, these berries are particularly useful in cases of arthritis, gout and all other rheumatic diseases.
- Rosmarinus officinalis: known painkiller especially for migraines, rosemary will help decongest the vessels mainly in the liver because of its hepatic tropism.
PLANT EXTRACTS ARE:
- Cynara scolymus: everyone knows the virtues of the artichoke at the hepatic level, let’s add that it is a useful treatment for chronic constipation.
- Cupressus sempervirens: the cypress acts on the venous and lymphatic permeability, and therefore on the whole of the circulation. This attractive plant is, therefore, to preserve or regain a circulatory comfort, and a certain tonus more generally.
- Hamamelis Virginiana: This shrub native to North America is also called witch hazel. Its leaves are widely used for all circulatory disorders. Its tannins allow a vagotonic action, and its flavonoids have vitaminic properties P. Witch Hazel increases the resistance of the capillaries and resorbs venous edema. Its anti-inflammatory and isotonic activity is useful in the treatment of varicose veins, thick legs, and hemorrhoids.
- Melilotus officinalis: the main components of the sweet clover are coumarins with a slight anticoagulant activity, which gives it an unusual antithrombotic action. The sweet clover decreases the permeability of the wall and increases the tone of the lymphatic vessels, veins, and capillaries improving microcirculation, as well as cerebral and peripheral circulation. This beneficial venous action extends to hemorrhoidal problems.
- Quercus robur: From a general point of view, the oak is a tonic and a stimulant. Its richness in tannin and its astringent bark have made it appreciated as an effective remedy for eczema and various other skin diseases. It is also used successfully to cure eye inflammations, hemorrhoids, frostbite and anal fistula.
- Ruscus aeculatus: the small holly or fragon was also utilized for a long time in Europe to relieve painful menstruation, to relieve venous swelling, to treat constipation, urinary disorders, and abdominal pain. The two saponoside, Fusco genin, and neo-USC genin, extracts of this shrub have strong vasoconstrictive properties, which explains its efficacy in various venous disorders, in particular, venous insufficiency of the lower limbs (wet and swollen legs, varicose veins, etc.) and hemorrhoids.
- Taraxacum dens lens: By increasing the flow of bile and stimulating the sluggish livers, dandelion is an excellent trainer will prevent the occurrence of gallstones and kidney stones.
- Vitis vinifera: This woody and climbing vine proved to be excellent for circulatory problems such as heavy legs, varicose veins, hemorrhoids or circulatory disorders linked to menopause. Red-blooded anthocyanosis des can reduce capillary permeability and increase their resistance, thereby decreasing venous stasis. This action is reinforced by its tannins, astringents, and vasoconstrictors, which favor the venous return. Among these tannins, proanthocyanidins have an action against free radicals.
Use of the CFT Complex:
During periods of nausea, vomiting, indigestion, colic: drops 3x / day in a glass of water before meals (children: 15 drops 3x / d).
In chronic use: difficulty digestion, acid reflux, aerophagia, flatulence and bloating: 10 drops 3x / day in a glass of water before meals (children: 5 drops 2x / d).
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