Treatment of colitis can use many different methods, the earlier treatment is started, the more effective it will be.
Inflammatory bowel disease, if not treated early, for a long time will turn into a chronic stage and difficult to treat completely. In addition to using some Western medicines, patients can refer to folk remedies to treat the disease. Although the effects are slow, these remedies are cost-effective, safe and effective in the long run.
* Galangal root treats colitis.
Galangal root is often used as an indispensable spice in dishes. However, it does not stop there, in cold days, galangal root is also a valuable medicine, used a lot in the treatment of colitis.
How to do: Prepare 20 grams of fresh galangal, 20 grams of guise leaves, wash and finely chop galangal and bring to a sharp boil, boil for about 3 minutes, then turn off the heat, leave it for 20 minutes to be used, divide it into small pieces. drink several times a day.
* Treatment of colitis with guava leaves.
Guava leaves are known to be a very good medicine when used to solve problems related to diarrhea, abdominal pain caused by spasms. Patients with colitis often experience a number of gastrointestinal conditions, sometimes just from eating a little bit of cold, hot, or undercooked food.
Implementation: Picking the buds of guava leaves, young or old leaves can be used, 50 grams of guava leaves are put in the pot, add 2 bowls of water to make drinking water, when boiled on low heat for 15-20 minutes. Okay. Drink a small cup each time divided into several times a day.
* Aloe vera treats colitis.
Aloe vera is famous as a very effective herb in the beauty process. This is also a medicine that works to treat diseases related to digestion. Aloe vera is especially good when used to limit heartburn and other colitis consequences. Patients should persist in using 7-10 days to see noticeable effects.
How to do it: Fresh aloe vera is washed, then the ground meat is filtered to get the water. Mix this aloe vera juice with a little pure honey, drink one to two small glasses a day, about 30 ml each time.
Note: This method is completely benign, but for pregnant or lactating women, it should be avoided.
These are relatively effective and safe methods of treating colitis. However, patients should not abuse it too much, but need to use it according to the correct dosage and course of treatment, if the symptoms do not improve, they should go to the hospital for more effective treatments. . It is not recommended to wait until the disease turns into a chronic stage to start treatment, which is both time consuming, high cost and ineffective.