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Piles or haemorrhoids are swellings containing dilated or varicose veins situated in the mucous membranes of the rectum or in the skin around the anus.
Veins, unlike arteries, have insufficient strength in their walls to support much blood pressure.
Therefore, veins often become distended. Veins around the rectum do not have much support from any other tissue, so they distend easily.
Constipation (resulting from over-eating and the presence of unassimilated bulk foods) is known to cause haemorrhoids or piles. Intoxicating liquors, artificial flavourings or spices, white bread, cakes, all other white flour products, fried foods, food that can form acid and cause fermentation, sugar and soft drinks also cause piles.
Straining at stool is an important factor in the development of piles, and the straining associated with childbirth is a common cause of haemorrhoids in women. People with haemorrhoids may have pain in the rectum, with itching. In many cases, blood oozes from the haemorrhoids, usually in connection with emptying the bowels. Piles may protrude from the rectum; depending on how high up in the rectum the affected veins are located. When they protrude, the sphincter muscle of the rectum partially strangulates them and prevents their return.
In Holistic Lifecare, it is strongly advocated that the best way to control piles or haemorrhoids is to avoid constipation, so that the stools can pass regularly and with least possible irritation. This is accomplished by going back to nature. In that wise, it is necessary to avoid heavy and stimulating foods, tobacco, alcoholic drinks and soft drinks.
Light and simple diets made from grains and vegetables and generous eating of fruits will ensure good digestive system. Soya-bean products and very well ripe bananas are good. High hot enema are soothing and herbs like Nepeta cataria or Myrica cerifera could be used to cleanse the whole length of the colon. Aloe vera gel, generously absorbed in cotton wool and inserted as suppository overnight is also very healing.
The Holistic natural remedy being suggested for piles or haemorrhoids consists of a combination of natural extracts of herbs such as Croton penduliflorus, Ocimmum gratissimum , Securidaca longepedunculata and Aloe Vera.
For further information and consultation on Holistic Lifecare research and services, especially on Blood Infections, Infertility, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Chronic Debilitating Conditions as well as mental and social problems, please call on: 0803-330-3897 or visit: Mosebolatan Holistic Lifecare Centre, Adeyalo Layout, Ogbere-Tioya, Off Olorunsogo Express Bridge, Ibadan. Website: www.holisticlifecare.com. Distance is no barrier, we can send remedies by courier if need be. We also have facilities for accommodation, admission and hospitalisation in a serene and homely environment.Share