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One Kitchen Ingredient That Treats Piles in 24 Hours!

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If you have ever suffered from haemorrhoids (piles) or know someone who has, then you would know how excruciatingly painful this condition can be! This is one of those disorders that is truly the personification of pain and discomfort.

Haemorrhoids, also known as piles, occur when the blood vessels in your anal/rectal area get enlarged and inflamed, which may lead to pain and sometimes even bleeding.

Haemorrhoids can be caused by various reasons such as constipation, digestive disorders, lifting heavy objects, irritable bowel syndrome, strain on the bowels during pregnancy, obesity, anal intercourse, etc.

herbal recipe to cure piles

Piles can cause a lot of irritation and discomfort to the patient and it varies in its degree of severity.

Some of the most common symptoms of piles include bleeding, swelling, itching, infection, pain, etc, all in the rectal area.

If not treated in the early stages, haemorrhoids can get worse and a permanent cure maybe difficult.

Did you know that your kitchen holds a natural ingredient that can treat piles and reduce its symptoms within a matter of 24 hours?

Yes, it is true and that ingredient is apple cider vinegar.

Learn more about how apple cider vinegar can effectively treat piles, here.

herbal recipe to cure piles

How Apple Cider Vinegar Helps Treat Piles

Apple cider vinegar (AVC) is infused with disinfectant properties that can keep infections at the rectal area at bay, thereby reducing irritation of pain.

In addition, the anti-inflammatory property of apple cider vinegar can help reduce the pain and swelling at the affected area, thus easing piles pain to a great extent.

Apple cider vinegar can also be mixed with other natural ingredients like aloe vera that add to AVC's anti-inflammatory nature and reduce piles symptoms more effectively.

How It's Done :

  • Take 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar in a clean bowl. 
  • Dip a a clean cloth or a cotton swab in the vinegar. 
  • Apply the cloth/swab on to the affected area. 
  • Repeat the process until you find relief.
Read more about: health, disorder, diy
Story first published: Wednesday, May 4, 2016, 16:38 [IST]
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