Aromatherapy Treatment for Haemorrhoids
Using oils such as Cypress or Juniper in the bath can help to stimulate pelvic circulation also adding a couple ofdrops of either to a bowl of cool water and then usingt his for a compress may help too. Massage of the abdomen (see right) with 2 per cent dilution of oil Marjoram or Rosemary can help ease constipation relieve haemorrhoids.
Herbalism Treatment for Haemorrhoids
Local treatment can help to astringe and tone the swollen veins. Use commercial cream made with extract ofPilewort (calendula officinalis), or use a copress of distilled WitchHazel (Hamamelis virginiana); the tincture is much more astringent if available use this diluted at the rate of15ml (1 tbsp) to a small bowl of warm water. Prolong bleeding frompiles caneventually lead to anaemia. Drinking Nettle (Urtica dioica) tea may relieve this but take setps avoid constipation too.
Homeopathy Treatment for Haemorrhoids
Some possible remedies are Asculus; for a dry itching and stinging sensatio nand a tendency for the veins to prolapsed and protrude externally.Hamamelis: for a burning soreness often with bleeding Sulphur: for hot burning and itching in theanus; the pains are made worse by standing and better when lying.
Naturopathy Treatment for Haemorrhoids
Practitioners in all of the therapies are likely to give dietary advice, and it is sensible to ensure you eat plenty f fresh vegetables and fruit to give adequate fibre and eae constipation see also Constipation Hot and cold compresses or ever hot/ cold baths will improve local circulation and reduce congestion , ice packs may be useful to reduce swelling at times.Exercise is also helpful to get the circulation going ideally get individual advice.Avoid long periods of standing.