Ulcers

From our list of herbs and spices, the following are recommended for Ulcers:

  • Aloe
  • Angelica Root
  • Barley Grass
  • Bladderwrack
  • Bromelain
  • Cats Claw
  • Chamomile
  • Corydalis
  • Curcumin and Turmeric Root
  • Echinacea
  • Fennel Seed
  • Garlic
  • Goldenseal Root
  • Licorice
  • Licorice Root
  • Marigold
  • Marshmallow Root
  • Meadowsweet
  • Muirapauma
  • Myrrh
  • Pau D Arco
  • Pau Darco
  • Quercetin
  • Sheep Sorrel
  • Slippery Elm
  • Slippery Elm Bark
  • Turmeric Root

Natural Cures and Remedies for Ulcers

Gastritis affects roughly 3 million Americans, and an estimated 5 million people have gastric ulcers. Although stomach cancer does not garner many headlines, it is the second most common fatal cancer in the world, and in most countries the five-year survival rates are less than 20 percent.

The first sign of varicose veins is a swelling along the course of the veins. This may be followed by muscular cramps and a feeling of tiredness in the legs behind he knees. In some cases, the normal flow of blood towards the heart may be reversed when the patient is in an upright position. This results in venous blood collecting in the lower part of the legs and the skin becomes purplish and pigmented, leading to what is known as varicose eczema or varicose ulcers. Both conditions cause severe pain.

Aloe, Angelica Root, Barley Grass, Bladderwrack, Bromelain, Cats Claw, Chamomile, Corydalis, Curcumin and Turmeric Root, Echinacea, Fennel Seed, Garlic, Goldenseal Root, Licorice, Licorice Root, Marigold, Marshmallow Root, Meadowsweet, Muirapauma, Myrrh, Pau D Arco, Pau Darco, Quercetin, Sheep Sorrel, Slippery Elm, Slippery Elm Bark, Turmeric Root

associated with the beneficial effect on asthma. Gel reported effective in mouth ulcers. Gel preparations reported effective against peptic ulcers (unless stress-induced), radiation burns, and skin ulcers, ineffective against stress-induced gastric and peptic ulcers. Healing wounds (10 mg/kg scu rat; 100 mg/kg scu mouse).

Leg ulcers: these usually affect older people or those with diabetes; an integrated herbal treatment is needed, which comprises an individual mix for internal use to improve the blood supply to the leg area, and a special dressing to apply externally.

Both deficiency and excess of salt may produce adverse effects o the human body. Deficiencies of sodium are, however, rare and may be caused by excessive sweating, prolonged use of diuretics, or chronic diarrhoea. Deficiency may lead to nausea, muscular weakness, heat exhaustion, mental apathy and respiratory failure. Over-supply of sodium is a more common problem because of overuse of dietary sodium chloride or common salt. Too much sodium may lead to water retention, high blood pressure, stomach ulcers, stomach cancer, harden- ing of arteries and heart disease.

50g calendula ointment – for sunburn, cuts and small wounds, blisters, insect bites, skin rashes, fungal infections, ulcers (including tropical ulcers), sores or bunions.