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Bellow is provided list of herbs used for treating hemorrhoids.
Herbs are listed here alphabetically. The list consists of two parts.
Firs part describes herbs used for treating hemorrhoids when applied externally in the form of gel, creams or suppositories.
The second part describes herbs used for treating hemorrhoids ingested internally in the form of pills. As you know this type of treatment is classified as natural hemorrhoid treatment

I. Herbs used for treating hemorrhoids applied externally

1. Witch Hazel-with astringent effect , it is  used for shrinking swollen veins and to reduce inflammation 

2. Gel with Horse chestnut extract – It has astringent and anti-inflammatory properties,it  strengthens  veins and capillaries, helpful for hemorrhoids and varicose.

3. Aloe vera gel- it has analgesic effect, it can be applied to external hemorrhoids to relieve the swelling and pain on piles.

4. Marigold (Calendula Officinalis) - The ointment of this herb is thought to cure a range of skin problems as it has properties that reduces inflammation, controls bleeding and soothes irritated hemorhoidal tissue.

5. Camphor-as part of ointment’s ingredients  acts as slight local anesthetic on hemorrhoids, antimicrobial and anti-fungal substance.

6. Cranesbill (Geranium maculatum)- Cranesbill is a wild plant. This plant has been used for centuries by indigenous Americans to cure various digestive conditions. When applied as a poultice, the root and rhizome of cranesbill  shows a powerful astringent quality. This astringent quality is very helpful in treating  hemorrhoids.

7. Pilewort  -Pilewort is an herb that has been used for hemorrhoids treatment for centuries. It is a fast acting hemorrhoid remedy. It shows astringent action, tones the blood vessels, and stops bleeding. Pilewort should not be taken  internally.

 8. Zinc Oxide: Although Zinc Oxide is a chemical compound it is frequently used as an ingredient of many gels and ointments. Zinc Oxide acts as a protectant that prevents the anal area  from irritation. Zinc Oxide forms a physical barrier on the skin. This barrier does not allow contact between the irritated hemorrhoidal skin and stool passing from the rectum. As a result of this the  irritation, itching, pain, and burning are reduced. Zinc is known to have antiseptic, astringent and antibacterial properties.


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