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Fastest Removal Of Hemorrhoids With These Natural Remedies.

You don't need to see a medical doctor for quick ways to ease your itching and pain, or for ongoing fixes to keep the pain from getting worse. The best remedies for hemorrhoids are often things you can do at home.


Here are hemorrhoid remedies you can try on your own at home:

1. Lemon juice

The lemon contains pain relieving nutrients and additionally has the ability to strengthen the walls of the blood vessels. To use this natural remedy at home, positioned freshly squeezed lemon juice on a cotton ball and apply it on the hemorrhoids, after which you will feel tingling from the acid, but the pain will also be gone in just a second.


2. Olive oil

With so many uses in the pharmaceutical and make-up industry, olive oil is also great for treating external hemorrhoids, mostly because of its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. You could either consume it - 1 teaspoon per day, or combine it with plum juice and apply it to your hemorrhoids to relieve the welling and pain.


3. Bags of black tea

Black tea is a natural astringent and is excellent for reducing swelling and pain. Just soak the tea bag in hot water and let it cool off a little bit before applying it on your hemorrhoid and hold it for 10 minutes. You could also repeat this method several times a day.


4. Coconut oil

Coconut is can lessen irritation, swelling, in addition to soothe the affected area, and reduce itching.


5. Aloe vera

Aloe vera has anti-inflammatory properties and helps heal wounds. It can lessen irritation, burning, itching, and swelling. It may be applied directly to the anus. The aloe vera may be refrigerated and applied cold to provide more relief. Additives and preservatives in some store-bought aloe Vera gels can worsen, hence the purity of the aloe vera is important.


6. Ice packs

Applying ice packs to hemorrhoids can help lessen pain, irritation, burning, and swelling. Ice should not be placed directly over the affected area because it can cause tissue damage. Hence, ice should be wrapped in a towel or cold packs may be used as well. Ice packs may be placed for 15 mins and repeated hourly.

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