You Don't Have to Live with a Pain in the Derrière!
Why do hemorrhoids and home remedies like comfrey just do not work. Well most of all these home remedies are just as the words imply home remedies.
That can include just about anything. Nobody knows, nobody checks. Somebody dreams up a concoction, makes it up and then spreads the word that it works. The internet is an ideal place to do this!
You have to be very selective when it comes to home remedies.
Comfrey is a herbal plant, known by it's latin name of "Symphytum officinale" and originates from Asia and Europe. There are several different species.
It has many different properties, amongst them expectorant, astrigent, antiseptic and antiflammitory.
Comfrey is used both for internal uses in a liquid form and for external uses as a cream. In some countries comfrey is considered a banned substance and classified as poison.
It also has many side effects like liver damage, and it was also found to give cancer in rats.
I personally have never used comfrey for my own hemorrhoids. On the other hand, I have spoken to several people that have used comfrey, and they have confirmed that it did sooth the pain from a bout of new hemorrhoids only, and nothing else.
They said that it did not cure the new hemorrhoids at all, or relieve the pain when with more serious cases of hemorrhoids.
Having said that, it is excellent for ruptures, all muscle injuries and bruises in fact it's even nicknamed " knitbone."
Therefore, before using a hemorrhoids home relief remedy, you need to know where the source comes from, and do some basic research as to whether it works or not before you attempt to apply any of them on yourself.
TIP: Research, Research, Research, Educate, Educate, Educate, Before you use anything.
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