Instead of running for the Preparation H if you find yourself suffering from hemorrhoids you might want to consider a homeopathic remedy. Homeopathic remedies to your problems can be a safe and natural way of assisting your body with self healing. It can assist with a cure, but in order to make sure that your hemorrhoids do not reoccur you would need to find out what caused them in the first place. In most cases just making some moderate changes to diet and exercise routines does the trick.
Preparation H and other over-the-counter ointments and gels were created to soothe the itching, burning and irritation associated with hemorrhoids but they are made up of synthetic chemicals. There are natural remedies that can be considered and will provide comparable relief to creams like Preparation H.
One remedy that is great for most skin irritations is the Aloe Vera plant. Applying it to the rectal area will help with the soreness and/or bleeding and itching feeling.
Venapro is also a treatment on the market available in pill form that is made up of all natural ingredients. It works by helping to heal the blood vessels leading up to the rectum. Since hemorrhoids are just varicose veins in an unfortunate place, taking herbs to help with blood circulation will also help lead blood to the rectal area and ease the pain of hemorrhoids.
Graphites, Nux Vomica, and Sulphur are also homeopathic remedies that are suggested for the treatment of hemorrhoids. Graphites is usually recommended to the hemorrhoid suffer who is overweight and suffers from cracks and burning in the rectal area. Nux Vomica is good for people who suffer from hemorrhoids because of constipation and is also a good solution for those who are addicted to stimulants such as coffee. Sulphur is good for the chronic suffer who may have a significantly swollen hemorrhoid and finds that taking a bath that is supposed to be soothing just causes them more pain.
If you are considering any of these homeopathic remedies it is best to do further research to be sure you are a candidate and get the proper dosage information.
Source by Lindsay K. Miller