Hemorrhoids, also known as piles, are swollen and dilated blood vessels in or around the lower rectum and anus. Solid waste material (stool or feces) is stored in the rectum before passing out of the body through the anus.
Chronic constipation, bowel disorders
The main cause of piles is chronic constipation and other intestinal disorders. The effort to evacuate the constipated bowels, and the pressure thus caused on the surrounding veins leads to piles. Piles are supplementary common during pregnancy and in situation touching the liver and upper intestine.
Other causes are prolonged periods of standing or sitting, fatigue, obesity, general weakness of the tissues of the body, mental stress, and heredity.
Piles Home Remedies and Natural Cure
Mango seeds are an effective remedy for bleeding piles. The seeds should be collected during the mango season, dried in the shade, powdered, and kept stored for use as medicine. This powder should be given in doses of about a year and a half to two grams with or without honey, twice daily
Black berry is another effective remedy for bleeding piles. The fruit should be taken with salt every morning for two or three months during its season. The use of fruit in this way for each season will make a complete recovery and prevent the user from bleeding piles for his entire life.
The leaves of turnip have been found useful in this disease. The juice of these leaves should be removed and 150 ml per patient. It is; however, need a proper diet of raw fruits and vegetables while taking this juice. For best results, 50 ml of juice should be mixed with equal amounts of juice, watercress, spinach and carrots.
The juice of fresh leaves of bitter gourd is also valuable in piles. Three teaspoonfuls of leaf juice, mixed with a glass of buttermilk, should be taken every morning to treat this condition. A paste of the roots of bitter gourd plant can also be applied over piles with beneficial results.
Ginger is also useful in this disease. Half a teaspoon of fresh ginger juice, mixed with a teaspoon of fresh lemon juice and fresh mint juice and a tablespoon of honey, constitutes an effective medicine for piles.
Juice of wheat grass used as an enema helps detoxify the walls of the batteries. The universal process is to give an enema with warm or neem. After waiting for twenty minutes, from 90 to 120 ml of wheat grass juice enema is given. This should be retained for fifteen minutes.
Sesame seeds are also valuable in piles. Can be taken as a decoction by boiling twenty grams of seeds in 500 ml of water until it is reduced by one third, or as a treat. Ground to paste with water, can be given with butter for bleeding piles.