Phytotherapeutists know many natural products that can help to solve this problem.
Polyps are benign growths arising inside the colon. They can occur at any age of life, and some statistics show that almost every third person has them after the 69th year of life. The exact causes of polyps have not been known completely, but inflammatory bowel disease increases the risk of occurrence of such changes. Genetic predisposition, smoking, sedentary lifestyle and poor diet high in saturated fat and low in fiber are also important risk factors. Although colon polyps are benign, they tend to pass in ominous form, so it is important to detect and treat them on time. Medications for polyps do not exist, so the operation is the only solution that official medicine can offer. But phytotherapeutists know many natural products that can help to solve this problem. However, it is important to note that in case of symptoms and before applying any natural remedy, you need to see a doctor, who will make the diagnosis and will remove the suspicion of some other serious illnesses.
Polyps may exist, but do not give any symptoms, thus, it is important to go for routine check-ups (examinations) , especially after the 50th year of life. In other cases rectal bleeding may occur, mucus in the stool, and rarely polyps grow significantly and will block the bowel – constipation or diarrhea and even stomach pain.
If you have a genetic propensity for the occurrence of polyps it is necessary at an early age, to start to keep track of prevention, primarily with a healthy diet. Healthy eating is important in detecting polyps, even after surgical removal because their risk of recurrence, and conversion to cancer. It is advised to stop smoking cigarettes completely. If you are forced to spend most of the time at work in a seated position, try the rest of the day to be active.
Tea: Spoon of blond Greater celandine , pour with 2dl of boiling water and leave it covered for half an hour. Strain and divide it into 3 parts. Drink a portion three times a day ten minutes before meals.
Tincture : To remove polyps tincture of Greater celandine may help. Finely chop 100g Greater celandine, place it in a glass jar or bottle and spill it over with 70 per cent alcohol. Close it properly and leave it in a dark place to rest for 21 days, then strain and store tightly closed in a dark and cool place. Tincture is taken in the morning on an empty stomach. The first day 2 drops mixed with 50ml water is taken and the dose is increased by 2 drops every day. When you reach the quantity of 16 drops, continue to take this dose up to a month. Then follows a break of 10 days, the treatment continues, but next time it starts with a full dose, ie 16 drops.
Melhem (balm) of egg and pumpkin seeds
This is a great way to treat polyps, often found in textbooks on Traditional Medicine. For the preparation of the drug 7 boiled yolks and 6 tablespoons finely ground pumpkin seeds is needed. Mix these two ingredients, then add half a liter of extra virgin olive oil. All that is heated at steam for about 20 minutes, stirring constantly. Pour into a glass jar and store in refrigerator. Take one teaspoon in the morning for 5 days, then 5 days pause, and repeat the therapy. Implement the therapy until you spend the balm.
A powerful trio
Make a mixture of equal parts of Chaga mushroom yarrow and wort. A spoon of the mixture pour with a cup of boiling water, cover it and bring to rest for 20 minutes. Drink divided into three doses, half an hour before each meal. The treatment lasts several months.
In a jar of 3 kg are chopped young green nuts to 1/3 of its volume. The jar is filled to the top with a homemade slivovitz , it is covered and kept in a dark place for 21 days with occasional shaking. Pour into bottles and store in a dark place. Take one teaspoon of tincture diluted in a cup of water 15-20 minutes before a meal. Drink one month, then make 7 days break.