Diverticulitis flare up: First-Aid
Contains several home-made herbal recipes that:
- Relieve constipation.
- Prevent inflammation.
- Soothe pain.
Proper Toilet posture
To reduce pressure.
The Aloe-Vera is known to be an ideal herb in treating skin problems. Drinking it will get it in touch with the inner-skin and do its wonders.
It lubricates the intestines – allowing the waist to glitch out.
It sanitizes the intestines – allowing them to heal better.
Cannabis is known for its healing and pain-relief effects. Eating it as cookies bring its CBD in direct contact with the intestines – letting them gain its therapeutic effects. It also reduces pain dramatically.
Ginger and Turmeric potion
“Ginger belongs to the same family as turmeric and cardamom, and from ancient India and China to Greece and Rome, the rhizome (root) of ginger has been revered. Gingerbread, ginger beer and preserved ginger are all familiar products, but ginger is more than a seasoning – its medicinal properties have been valued and used throughout the ages.”
Turmeric is rich in anti-inflammatory and antioxidant compounds.
Turmeric is recognized as an alternative therapy for gastrointestinal problems.
Drinking it brings it in direct contact with the intestines.
A customer gave us feedback about his experience with it:
Yes, your booklet was very interesting & informative.
My first attack ever of Diverticulitis was April ( thought it was food Poisoning).
2nd Attack ( worse & severe ).
What I’ve learned:
- Aloe Vera Juice – never had it before, but tastes wonderful & awesome in prevention ( no attack in 12 weeks ).
I drink it everyday now.
- Honey ( table spoon at breakfast & dinner )
- Yogurt ( Activia Plain – billion pro-biotics) – one cup a day per my doctor.
- Psyllium ( every am before breakfast ) – love it with flaxseed ( Organic Fibrelife ).
- More fibre ( make main portions of meals )
- Water – keep hydrated.
- Exercise / keep active.
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