Natural Treatments And Remedies For Ulcer

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A lot of people have the impression that ulcer refers to the stomach ailment when in fact there are different kinds of ulcers. Ulcer is basically a discontinuity or tear in a bodily membrane that impedes the organ of which that membrane is a part from continuing its regular function. Let us use peptic ulcer or what most people are familiar with as stomach ulcer as an example. Basically, what happens is that the mucosal lining of the stomach or the first portion of the small intestine gets damaged and depending on the kind of stomach ulcer, this can cause abdominal pain, bleeding and or affect adjacent organs which yes, are not good news at all.

And we are only referring to one particular ulcer. Here is the list of other ulcers recognized in medicine that people can potentially suffer from:

Pressure Ulcer – This is another common form of ulcer that majority of hospital patients and aged people suffer from and is referred to as bed sores. They are basically skin injury that occurs because of pressure applied on soft tissue which can partially or completely obstruct blood flow to the soft tissue which can damage it.

Mouth Ulcer – This is also another ulcer that most people suffer from on occasion but mostly ignored since most people assess it as non-life threatening. Basically, this is ulcer that takes place on the mucous membrane of the oral cavity. These usually are caused by rubbing from a sharp edge on a filling or accidentally biting your inner oral cavity or it suffering from a physical trauma.

On the brighter side of things, there are a number of natural treatments and remedies to deal with ulcer and this means that you do not need to go to the hospital and spend a fortune just to get a particular ulcer treated.

  • Vitamin E – Would you look at that? Did you know that based on scientific research, 300 mg of vitamin E on a daily basis can effectively treat peptic ulcers of 28 patients? In addition, these same patients had shown signs of increase protein repair in their intestinal linings and gained from 1.5 to 3kg. So what foods are rich in Vitamin E? One is Tofu, having 100 g of Vitamin E. There is also Spinach which also has 100 g of Vitamin E.
  • Bananas – Unripe dried bananas increase mucus in the digestive tract which provides more protection. This decrease the chances of ulcer from taking place and at the same time can heal ulcer in the digestive system faster because bananas contain water-soluble polysaccharides, the same compounds found in anti-ulcer prescription drugs like Carafate. And the good thing is that bananas taste good and you can simply get them from the nearest vegetable or fruit store and it will not cost you much!
  • Honey – this is also another effective ulcer remedy thanks to its curative properties that medical professionals recognize. Honey contains glucose oxidase which is an enzyme that produces hydrogen peroxide which is yes, you are right, is the one used to kill harmful bacteria.

If you are going to observe, these alternatives will not even cost you as much as $100 a day or so. In fact, you can go to the nearest store or grocery and get yourself these natural options and indulge yourself in them.

If you have found the best natural solution that worked for you, kindly share your review or experience. We would love to hear from you.