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18 May '18

Ozonated oil-one of the best natural remedies for hemorrhoids

Posted by Marin Crangaci
Did you know that Preparation H has been reported to be the second most frequently stolen item from pharmacies? Yes, hemorrhoids are very common, and in both men and women. About half of the population have hemorrhoids by age 50. 

Hemorrhoids appear to be due to the much loved 'Western Diet'. Health problems following its introduction into cultures have been described as coming in stages. 
Stage 1. The primal diet of plant eaters contains large amounts of unprocessed starch staples; there are few examples of subsequently mentioned diseases.
Stage 2. With the commencement of the westernization of diet, obesity and diabetes commonly appear in privileged groups.
Stage 3. With moderate westernization of the diet, constipation, hemorrhoids, varicose veins, and appendicitis become common clinical entities.
Stage 4. Finally, with full westernization of the diet, ischemic heart disease, diverticular diseasehiatal hernia, and cancer become prominent.

What is hemorrhoids?

Hemorrhoids are swollen hemorrhoidal plexuses in and around the anus and lower rectum that stretch under pressure, similar to varicose veins in the legs. Internal hemorrhoids are found just above the anal canal, while external hemorrhoids are usually visible under the skin around the anus. If external hemorrhoids are present, there is a good probability that you have internal hemorrhoids also. The hemorrhoidal plexuses drain through veins without valves, so factors that increase the pressure inside these veins can lead to hemorrhoids.

These factors include: heredity, pregnancy, sedentary lifestyle, straining during bowel movements (chronic constipation), chronic diarrhea, standing for long periods of time, sitting on hard, cold surfaces, liver stagnancy or disease (cirrhosis), benign prostatic hypertrophy and anal intercourse. For most women, however, those hemorrhoids caused by pregnancy are only a temporary problem.

Many anorectal problems, including fissures, fistulae, abscesses, or irritation and itching (pruritus ani), have similar symptoms and are incorrectly referred to as hemorrhoids. Although many people have hemorrhoids, not all experience symptoms. In many cases, hemorrhoidal symptoms will go away within a few days, but recurrences are common unless predisposing conditions are improved.

The most common symptom of internal hemorrhoids is bright red blood covering the stool, on toilet paper, or in the toilet bowl. However, an internal hemorrhoid may protrude or prolapse through the anus outside the body, becoming irritated and painful. This may require manual reduction or replacement back inside. Mucus discharge may be associated with itching.

Symptoms of external hemorrhoids may include painful swelling or a hard lump around the anus that results when a blood clot forms. This condition is known as a thrombosed external hemorrhoid. External hemorrhoids tend to regress when internal hemorrhoids are treated. 

In addition, excessive straining, rubbing, or cleaning around the anus may cause irritation with bleeding and/or itching, which may produce a vicious cycle of symptoms. A thorough evaluation and proper diagnosis by the doctor is important any time bleeding from the rectum or blood in the stool lasts more than a couple of days. Bleeding may also be a symptom of other digestive diseases, including colorectal cancer. 

Prevention

The best way to prevent hemorrhoids is to 1) keep stools soft so they pass easily, thus decreasing pressure and straining, 2) to empty bowels as soon as possible after the urge occurs and 3) keep your veins strong. Exercise, including walking, and increased fiber in the diet help reduce constipation and straining by producing stools that are softer and easier to pass. Good sources of fiber are fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. Veins are strengthened by bioflavonoids.
 

Treatment

Conventional medicine often will use either rubber band ligation (a rubber band is placed around the base of the hemorrhoid which cuts off circulation and withers the tissue away within a few days) or Sclerotherapy (a chemical solution is injected around the blood vessel to shrink the hemorrhoid). Severe thrombosed external hemorrhoids may require surgical incision and clot removal. Internal hemorrhoids may be treated with stool softeners, sitz baths, and cold applications.. 
Alternative medicine also offers some effective treatment like ozonated oil.
 How ozonated oil can help you in the fight with hemorrhoids:
Ozone can kill bacteria which may slow tissue healing.
Its anti-inflammatory properties soothe the area and reduce the swelling.
Ozonated oil application increases the elasticity of blood vessels which reduce the trauma of passing of hard stools.
Consumption of ozonation oil improves the bowel movement functionality as it contains mono-saturated fatty acids.
It provides relief from the itching caused by hemorrhoids.
It shrinks the hemorrhoids.

 

How to Use Olive for Hemorrhoids?

There are different ways of using ozonated oil for treating hemorrhoids at home. 

Process 1: Ozonated Olive Oil

Ozonated olive oil is said to heal the hemorrhoids problem naturally. It cleanses the area and delivers oxygen directly which stimulates the healing. It reduces the swelling and discomfort.

Apply some ozonated olive oil directly to the wound.
Repeat the application 2 times a day.

Process 2:

Consume 1 teaspoon of ozonated oil on an empty stomach.
Repeat the process daily.

Process 3:

Some companies offer ozonated oil which can be used as a suppository. You may need to fill your own capsules if frozen ozontaed olive oil in one ounce jars is all that is available.

20 female patients suffering from hemorrhoid were treated with ozonized oil in the anal zone. This therapy made pain stop in a short time, and stopped the itching and the feeling of anal tension. [G.Morris, S.Menèndez y Clinical M.Gomez Central " Cira Garcia " Centro Nacional De Investigaciones Cientificas]

 


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