Get Rid Of Hemorrhoids Naturally At Home And Stop Pain, Bleeding, Itching And Swelling!

If you have medical issues with hemorrhoids, regardless of how big your problem is, we will recommend you several types of natural treatments which are very effective in reducing the itching, pain and bleeding.


Garlic cloves

Grind some garlic cloves and blend them with coconut or olive oil. Make small suppositories. You can freeze them before use.

When you need it, insert one suppository in the rectum. Remember that it stings and you may even cry. This home-made remedy makes the area numb but does not burn.

Always wear clean underwear

Always wear clean underwear and change it often. It is advisable to carry an extra pair with you, particularly if you suffer from bleed, leakages and small accidents. The underwear you wear should be made of loose cotton as it will prevent sweating that causes itching.

Warm sitz bath

Take this 15-20 minutes shower every day ay least three times a week. It will stop the tingling, purify the butt-centric crevices and hemorrhoids, and it will lessen swelling. This is very effective transitory treatment for outer hemorrhoids.

It’s prescribed to perform this treatment after your solid discharge. Sit in a big bowl or shower with warm water and salt. You can use Epsom salt, ocean salt or cooking salt. A sitz shower can be purchased from a drug specialist. This lets you have the shower while you’re sitting on the toilet seat.

Stool softeners

Certain softeners such as ‘Colace’ will help you with defecation. On that way you will get rid of straining which makes it more comfortable to pass stools. If you have bleeding and swollen hemorrhoids your stool should be too smooth. Otherwise it will cause swelling and uneasiness.

Frequent clothing changes

Try not to wear the same clothes for long periods particularly if you wear pants. Namely, the feces, blood or mucus leakages easily may pass through your undergarments and soil your clothes. In case if that dries, you will not see them, but the germs anyway will be left where you sit. Furthermore, these germs will be transferred by anyone who touches where you sat.

Ice cubes

Use the ice cubes:

Simply insert small and smooth ice cube into your anus. Thus you will cool and reduce swelling.

Gently press them on external hemorrhoids and soothe them.

Aloe Vera

Massage Aloe Vera on the region with cotton wool, soft tissue or with your fingers. Start with three applications per day and when it gets better, do it once a day. Aloe Vera heals and leaves a soothing feeling.

Witch hazel

Three times a day apply witch hazel using cotton wool, soft tissue or witch hazel swab. When you start to feel better reduce to once a day.

Foods rich in fibers

In your diet you should include food rich in fibers such as fresh and raw fruits, veggies and whole grains. The fibers are able to reduce strain and soften the stool. It is interesting that this is the oldest method that is used to prevent hemorrhoids. But, in order to prevent diarrhea and IBS, increase the fiber intake progressively.

Drink water

Water will keep you hydrated and will prevent your stool to become hard. Remember that you should avoid colas and sodas as they contain caffeine that causes dehydration. Include fruits such as lemons or oranges and prepare flavored water.


Take a half tablespoon of nutmeg before going to bed and when you wake up. It has been proved that is very effective in patients with hemorrhoids.

Regular exercise

In order to improve digestion and also to enhance the slow bowel movement, physical activity is required. For instance, walking is helpful.