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Monday, January 25, 2016

Hemorrhoids Organic African Home Treatment

Organic African herbal treatment for hemorrhoids has two ingredients; aloe and water.

Africa is very complex as it is made up of many people who practice traditional herbal medicine and western medicine. Many times traditional and western medicine is practiced side by side with the patient.

The aloe plant is native to southern Africa. The hemorrhoid herbal aloe home treatment makes stools softer and easier to pass.
Aloe Gel
Aloe is known to have countless therapeutic remedies. The aloe plant is native to southern Africa, particularly the northern, eastern, and Western Capes. Traditionally in these parts of Africa, gel from the aloe plant has been used as a treatment for the soreness and tenderness of hemorrhoids. Aloe leaf gel, which is taken from a cut leaf, is used internally, primarily as a stimulant laxative.

Internal and external hemorrhoids are caused by repeated pressure from straining during bowel movements causing viens to enlarge. A high-fiber diet can be effective, along with over-the-counter medications, such as stool softeners. However, it's common knowledge and practice for centuries by herbalists in Southern Africa to create an aloe drink which makes stool softer and easier to pass.

Organic African herbal treatment for hemorrhoids has two ingredients; aloe and water.
Homemade Organic Aloe Water

Homemade Organic Aloe Water

3 thick aloe leaves
2 cups water


Cut aloe leaves lengthwise and scrape gel off aloe leaves into a cup with a tight fitting lid. Add water and shake well. Drink mixture 2-4 times daily. 

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