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What is an herbal / natural remedy for peptic ulcers? answers (8)

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what is an herbal/natural remedy for peptic ulcers?

A: peptic ulcer remedies  peptic ulcers are typified by their extreme burning sensation. This is not only the first sign, it soon becomes a signature by which a patient or frequent sufferer can identify a raging ulcer. There are several natural ways to take care of peptic ulcers without the aid of medications. But in order to get rid of an ulcer, you would have to complete a course of medical course, otherwise you may aggravate the problem further and cause untold damage to yourself. But there are certain lifestyle ch
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what is a good home remedy for acid reflux?

A: Acid reflux occurs when digestive juices rise up from the stomach along with the food and enter back into the esophagus. This may cause symptoms such as heartburn, which is a feeling of burning rising from the stomach or lower chest towards the neck, regurgitation or bringing food back up into the mouth, chest pain and difficulty in swallowing or dysphagia. There may also be hoarseness, dental erosion and asthma, as the acidic juices make their way into the throat, mouth and air passages of the lungs. Those who experience acid reflux regularly may also have a condition called gastroesophageal...


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what herbs and/or home remedies help stomach ulcers?

A: A peptic ulcer is a term used to describe a point in the lining of the stomach or duodenum (the first part of the small intestine) that has been eroded, leaving an open wound in the associated tissues that bleed. Symptoms of an ulcer vary from person to person but are most often associated with abdominal discomfort 45-60 minutes after a meal or discomfort during the night. While some experience sharp burning pain, many describe it as a gnawing, burning, cramp like or aching feeling. Ulcers can be brought on by a...
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what is the best natural/alternative medicine treatment for GERD?

A: Calcium carbonate, a well-established short-term remedy for heartburn. Some supplement manufacturers combine calcium carbonate with DGL . Deglycyrrhizinated licorice (DGL) is a highly regarded herb used as a demulcent (an agent that soothes and coats mucous membranes) and has been shown to be as effective as the drug cimetidine (Tagamet) in the treatment of peptic ulcer disease. DGL can help restore the vital mucous lining that protects the stomach itself from hydrochloric acid. When the...
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Need a remedy for a stomach ulcer.?

A: antibiotics, considering that the majority of ulcers are caused by H. Pylori bacteria. Why let him suffer and waste time and money on things that will not work? Please see an MD and get him evaluation and treatment. Hospital ER''s or free/low cost clinics can not turn him away if he needs medical attention. He will want to go when the pain becomes unbearable. Let him know what he needs to do. Bleeding ulcers can be a medical emergency. If he has black stool, he needs to go to the ER. Period. There

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what is Schisandra?

A: Schisandra is a deciduous perennial vine native to East Asia that produces small red fruit valued for its medicinal properties. Other names for the plant include magnolia vine or its Chinese name, Wu Wei Zi, which translates to “five flavor fruit” or “five flavor berry.” The Chinese gave the plant this name because its berries consist of all five flavors recognized in traditional Chinese herbal medicine: salty, sweet, bitter, sour, and spicy. Reaching up to 25 feet (7.62 meters) in length,...


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what Are Some Medicinal Uses for Licorice?

A: Licorice has long been touted as a natural remedy for a wide range of ailments. Historian Pliny the Elder wrote of the widespread use of licorice for its healing properties in treating the common cold, asthma and wounds. Licorice root was found in the tombs of the pharaohs in Egypt, implying the importance of the herb for the Egyptians. Evidence of its use has been documented in ancient Greece, throughout the Roman Empire and in Chinese

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Arthritus does anybody know of something which will glibness the condition?

A: Arthritis is one of those things where some things that work for one soul may be useless for someone else. I have be told that orthopedic surgeons in a hospital practical me will not recommend glucosamine and chondroitin to their patients but - guess what - they all bring it themselves. Studies have incontestably shown it has a appropriate effect on the knees. I have have problems with my wrists (I am a shiatsu practitioner) and own been taking ''jointassure'' from Boots which have worked almost instantly and much better th

 
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