Diseases of this organ are the most common among diseases of the gastrointestinal tract. They are directly related to a person’s lifestyle. They can cause other organs’ diseases.
Medicinal treatment of the intestine combines the intake of medications and aims at eliminating symptoms most often, removing inflammation by suppressing the immune system and suppressing its natural responses. Remedies that help the intestines function naturally, including the fight against pathogenic microbes, are also prescribed. For this we use:
Additionally and as necessarily, the doctor will prescribe a diet, since certain foods can provoke the development of the disease, and some dishes and useful habits can have beneficial effects, on the contrary.
In many cases, surgical methods are used (with a perforated ulcer and other serious diseases).
We do not recommend taking medication at your own choice, including painkillers and any others. The effect of their application can become unpredictable, and they have side effects. We recommend that you consult a doctor, but if you wish, you can use natural medicines that are most sparing and natural for the body.
Treatment of the intestines with natural medicines and the use of a special diet will help in getting rid of inflammation as well as prevent its re-emergence. A lot of natural remedies are known, such as the use of milk and honey, oatmeal, mineral water and many others.
Oats make a good effect. 100 g of oatmeal soaked in cold water for four hours is then poured with 1 litre of boiling water and cooked until thick. You can add a little honey and salt. It turns out jelly, which is drunk in between meals or instead of it.
Pumpkin helps with constipation. Just include it in the diet baked or steamed (do not fry).
The natural remedy for constipation is a mixture of dried fruits: 200 g of dried apricots, 200 g of figs, 400 g of prunes, 300 g of honey. Take one tablespoon in 1.5-2 hours after eating.
Colonic irrigation contributes to the health of intestines too.