Natural Treatment For Hemorrhoids - Shepherds Purse Tea
Natural treatment for hemorrhoids.Â There are many all natural home remedies.Â One of the most common ones that I talk about is Shepherds Purse Tea.Â The tea made from shepherd's purse is a spring tonic.Â The tea improves the circulation by regulating the working of weakened heards.Â Shepherds purse tea is prepared by pouring a cup of boiling water over 1 to 2 teaspoonfuls of the dried herb.Â After 10 minutes, the liquid is strained.Â 1 to 2 cups should be drank daily as a natural treatment for hemorrhoids.
What is shepherd's purse is a small evergreen plant with a slightly hairy leaves at its base, arrow-shaped stem.Â It is a common weed found in gardens.Â The plant, excluding the root, should be collected in the spring and summer and bundled and dried in a shady place.Â The leaves can also be used in salads or cooked with vegetables.
Shepherd's purse contains vitamin K.Â Vitamin K promotes clotting of the blood.Â The juice of the plant is not only a natural treatment for hemorrhoids but also is effective in treating heavy menstrual bleeding.Â You can also put the juice on a cottonball and insert into the nostrils of the nose to stop nose bleeds.
Shepherd's purse has diuretic benefits also.Â It has been used in remedies for liver and gall ailments, diarrhea, stomach ulcers, diabetes and ulcers of the bladder and uterus also.
Shepherd's purse was originally a plant used by the Greeks and Romans to cure hernias and wounds.Â Â Â
In Europe, it was commonly used to stimulate teething in children.