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Haemorrhoids (Piles) are enlarged and engorged blood vessels in or around the anus. Internal haemorrhoids are located inside the anus. External haemorrhoids are located under the skin around the anus and seen and felt on the outside of the anus. Internal piles usually cause less symptoms and is characterized by bleeding from the anus while passing stools (also known as bleeding piles). Bleeding is usually not associated with external haemorrhoids. The symptoms of external piles include itchiness in the area around the anus, a pain or ache around the anus and lower rectum, mucus discharge etc.

The cause of piles may be linked to excess pressure in the anus and lower rectum. The main conditions which causes a greater risk for piles include constipation, chronic diarrhoea, pregnancy, varicose veins and cancers and growths of colon, rectum and anus. Haemorrhoids are not caused by sitting on cold hard surfaces, prolonged standing or sedentary work. Along with medications, a high fiber diet which includes fruits, vegetables and wholegrain cereals helps to reduce the symptoms.

Useful herbs

Acorus gramineus

To bleeding gums (root powder); in the treatment of digestive problems - particularly gastralgia and diarrhoea, cough, bronchial asthma, neurasthenia, depression, epilepsy, body parasites, dermatosis and haemorrhoids(root)

Aesculus glabra

For asthma, with continual dyspnoea, non-paroxysmal, tightness in the chest and about the heart, bronchial irritation with constriction, sense of constriction, tightness or uneasiness in the rectum, accompanied or not with hemorrhoids, intestinal irritation with constriction and colicky pains near the umbilicus, rheumatism and piles

Aesculus hippocastanum

Reduces fluid retention by increasing the permeability of the capillaries and allowing the re-absorption of excess fluid back into the circulatory system, for the treatment of a wide range of venous diseases, including hardening of the arteries, varicose veins, phlebitis, leg ulcers, haemorrhoids and frostbite (plant); in the treatment of malaria and dysentery, externally in the treatment of lupus and skin ulcers (tea from bark); fevers and whooping cough (leaves); in the treatment of rheumatism, neuralgia and haemorrhoids (seeds)

Anacardium occidentale

For diarrhea, dysentery, colic, as an internal and external antiseptic against bacterial infections, for all kinds of stomach ulcers, for ear and eye infections and to stop bleeding and heal wounds. For calluses, corns, and warts, cancerous ulcers, and even elephantiasis (fruit bark juice and the nut oil); dysentery, fever, inappetence, leucoderma, piles, tumors, and obstinate ulcers (fruit); for sore throat (leaf decoction)

Andropogon virginicus

In the treatment of backaches (root); for diarrhoea, as a wash for frostbite, sores, itching, piles and poison ivy rash (leaves)

Anthemis cotula

To induce menstruation and was traditionally used to treat supposedly hysterical conditions related to the uterus, as a poultice on piles or to draw splinters out of the body, and can also be applied to the bath water (herb); rheumatism, epilepsy, asthma, colds and fevers (infusion); onto insect stings (leaves)

Anthemis tinctoria

As a poultice on piles and can also be applied to the bath water and onto insect stings (leaves); in earaches and deafness (seed oil); stimulates menstrual flow (plant).

Aristolochia contorta

In the treatment of cancer, coughs, inflammation of the respiratory organs, haemorrhoids and hypertension (fruit); in the treatment of acute and serious infections such as TB, rabies, hepatitis, liver cirrhosis and infantile pneumonia (root)

Azadirachta indica

To treat skin diseases, rheumatism, stomach worms, gastric ulcers, urinary discharges, tumours, piles, toothache, arthritis, leprosy and sprains; used in Ayurveda practice to relieve cough, asthma, piles, tumours and urinary discharges.

Bambusa arundinacea

It is used for stomach and respiratory disorders, menstrual disorders, intestinal worms, wounds, nausea, vomiting, piles, in cough, consumption, asthma and fever. In combination with other astringent medicines it is given in chronic dysentery and internal hemorrhages. The most efficacious application for dislodgement of worms in ulcers is a poultice made by pounding the young shoots of the bamboo. The decoction of the joints is supposed to have an action on the uterus, and is used by females after delivery to cause free flow of the lochial discharge. The same part of the plant pounded with water is applied to inflamed joints. The juice of the flower is dropped in the ear for earache, and in deafness. An ointment from the root is a folk remedy for cirrhosis and hard tumors, especially tumors of the abdomen, liver, spleen and stomach.

Boehmeria nivea

Used to prevent miscarriages and promote the drainage of pus (plant); in the treatment of fluxes and wounds (leaves); in the treatment of threatened abortions, colic of pregnancy, haemorrhoids, leukorrhoea, impetigo etc (root)

Bupleurum chinense

To harmonize the body, balancing the different organs and energies within the body, strengthens the digestive tract, acts as a tonic for the liver and circulatory system, lowers fevers, in the treatment of malaria, blackwater fever, uterine and rectal prolapse, haemorrhoids, sluggish liver, menstrual disorders, abdominal bloating etc (root)

Butea monosperma

For dysentery, diarrhea, phthisis and bleeding within the bladder and stomach (gum); as a laxative (seed); in hemorrhoids and boils (leaf); as an anthelmintic, specially useful in the treatment of roundworms and tapeworms (seed oil); diabetes, gallbladder stone, sore throat and leucorrhea.

Carica papaya

For warts, cancers, tumors, corns, and indurations of the skin (juice); to help tumors of the uterus (sinapisms prepared from the root); to cure piles and yaws (roots); reduce urine acidity in humans (papaya); for jaundice (flowers); used in psoriasis, ringworm, and prescribed for the removal of cancerous growths (latex); to treat skin diseases, indigestion, enlargement of liver and spleen, worms, diseases of heart, cough and fever (fruit, leaves, latex and seeds);

Ceanothus americanus

To treat fevers and problems of the mucous membranes such as catarrh and sore throats (root, root bark); for asthma, bronchitis and coughs (root); in the treatment of bronchial complaints including asthma and whooping cough, dysentery, sore throats, tonsillitis, haemorrhoids etc (plant); for cancer and venereal sores (bark)

Chelone glabra

For the liver, digestive system, debility, diseases of the liver, gallbladder problems, gallstones, to relieve nausea and vomiting, intestinal colic and to expel worms, as a soothing ointment to piles, inflamed tumours, irritable ulcers, inflamed breasts etc (herb).

Chenopodium ambrosioides

To expel parasitic worms from the body , for haemorrhoids, as a poultice to detoxify snake bites and other poisons and is thought to have wound-healing properties (herb); reduce flatulence (leaves).

Commiphora mukul

Arthritis, bronchitis, enlarged cervical glands, high cholesterol, cystitis, diabetes, endometriosis, gout, hemorrhoids, indigestion, leukorrhea, lumbago, nervous disorders, neurosis, rheumatic disorders, skin diseases, tumors, ulcers.

Commiphora wightii

Neurological disorders, hemorrhoids, obesity and in arthritis (gum resin).

Dalbergia sissoo

Eye diseases and gonorrhea (leaf); cholera, effective in bleeding piles, menorrhagia and in varicose veins (bark); in gonorrhoea (leaves decoction); in leprosy, boils and eruptions and to allay vomiting (wood).

Diospyros kaki

In the treatment of constipation and haemorrhoids, to treat diarrhoea, bronchial complaints, hypertension (fruit); to treat coughs and hiccups (peduncle)

Emblica officinalis

To treat fever, lack of appetite, piles, worms, anaemia, jaundice, intrinsic haemorrhage, hoarseness of voice, hiccough, cough, fainting, heart diseases, vomiting, burning sensation, abdominal pain, gastritis, dyspepsia, obesity, leprosy, rheumatism, erysipelas, chicken-pox, greying of hair, hair loss, diabetes, suppression of urine, leucorrhoea, burning sensation in female genitals, amenorrhea, eye diseases, for promoting intellect and to improve memory, as rejuvenative, and aphrodisiac (promotes spermatogenesis and in premature ejaculation) (fruit and seed). Local systems of medicine employ it for fever, indigestion, bronchitis, asthma, constipation, headache, liver complaint, diabetes, dysentery, ophthalmic disorders, nerve tonic, cholera, diarrhoea, nasal haemorrhage, cystitis, oedema and leucorrhoea.It has expectorant, antioxidant, anticancerous properties.

Garcinia indica

In skin diseases and dysentery (leaf); as an astringent (bark and fruit) and ointment (in conditions such as ulcers and dry skin) (seed oil). The fruit is used in the form of juice to treat gulma, deficient digestion, thirst and diseases of mouth. Used to treat piles, dysentery, tumours, pains and heart ailments.

Geum urbanum

For ulcerative colitis, mucous colitis, duodenal and peptic ulcers, diarrhoea and dysentery, liver disease, catarrh, tightens up soft gums, heals mouth ulcers, makes a good gargle for infections of the pharynx and larynx, reduces irritation of the stomach and gut, to remove spots, freckles and eruptions from the face, as a wash to haemorrhoids, vaginal discharges etc

Holoptelea integrifolia

In rheumatism (stem bark) and ringworm (seed and paste of stem bark); for treating oedema, diabetes, leprosy and other skin diseases, dyspepsia, intestinal disorders, piles and sprue (bark and leaves).

Homonoia riparia

For hemorrhoids, in piles, stone in the bladder, gonorrhoea, syphilis and chest pain (root decoction) and urinary problems (stone of fruit); as a poultice for skin diseases (pounded leaves)

Madhuca longifolia

In ulcers (root bark); as a tonic (flower and bark); in diabetes, in itching, bleeding gums, ulcers, rheumatism, diabetes and as an astringent (bark); in piles (flowers); for skin diseases (seed oil); as a poultice for eczema (leaves).

Mangifera indica

In rheumatism, diphtheria and diarrhea (bark and flower); diabetes, scalds and burns (leaf); for severe bleeding, catarrh, hemoptysis, external ulcers, toothache and for preventing plaques of the teeth; in cases of diarrhea, chronic dysentery, catarrh of the bladder and chronic urethritis resulting from gonorrhea (dried mango flowers); on cracks in the feet and on scabies, and is used to treat syphilis (resinous gum from the trunk); as vermifuges and as astringents in diarrhea, hemorrhages and bleeding hemorrhoids (kernel decoction and powder); for diarrhea, fever, chest complaints, diabetes, hypertension etc (leaf decoction); scurvy and sthomachache (fruit)

Myrtus communis

In the treatment of urinary infections, digestive problems, vaginal discharge, bronchial congestion, sinusitis, dry coughs, cerebral affections, especially epilepsy (plant); for rheumatism (oil); dysentery, diarrhoea, haemorrhoids, internal ulceration and rheumatism (fruit)

Polygonatum biflorum

For all types of sores and skin injuries, to treat excessive menstruation, lung problems and digestive upsets (root); for piles, rheumatism and skin irritation.

Polygonum aviculare

Maladies of the respiratory tract, such as asthma and bronchitis, useful in diarrhoea, bleeding piles, all haemorrhages, in strangury and as an expellant of stone. The decoction was also administered to kill worms. An alcohol-based preparation has been used with success to treat varicose veins of recent origin. Applied externally, it is an excellent remedy to stay bleeding of the nose and to treat sores.

Pongamia pinnata

As a tonic (seed) and in hemorrhoids (stem bark); chronic fevers, rheumatism, lumbago, herpes, scabies, leucoderma and other skin diseases, flatulence, dyspepsia, diarrhoea, cough, leprosy and gonorrhoea (plant); on the head to heal ulcers and cure dandruff (leaf paste); used for cleaning sores, as well as for cleaning teeth and strengthening gums (root juice).

Potentilla erecta

In the treatment of diarrhoea, dysentery, sore throats etc (plant); as a wash for mouth ulcers, infected gums, piles and inflamed eyes (decoction); to treat chapping of the anus and cracked nipples (extract)

Pterocarpus santalinus

For skin diseases, boils and scorpion stings (heartwood); dysentery (fruit); as an astringent, for bleeding piles and to eyes in ophthalmia and to sour eyes (powder), used in cephalalgia, odontalgia, hemicrania, vomiting, diarrhea and dysentery.

Rosa damascena

In heart problems, as a tonic and gentle laxative (flower bud); in intestinal ulcers, rickets, haemorrhages and diarrhoea (roots); in treating wounds, ophthalmia, hepatopathy and haemorrhoids (leaves)

Saraca asoca

For urinary discharges (seeds); in indigestion, dysppepsia, dysentery, piles and sores, irregular menstruation and in internal hemorrhaging (“where ergot is indicated”) (bark); for syphilis and hemorrhagic dysentery (dried flowers).

Sesamum indicum

Used in piles and a decoction of them is used as emmenagogue, on ulcers, in dysentery, infantile cholera and diarrhoea, in urinary complaints in combination with other medicines, acute cystitis, strangury, early rheumatism, used internally in catarrhal affections of kidney and urinary bladder and externally, are applied on ophthalmic and skin problems (fresh leaves); helps to prevent gall and kidney stones (seeds).

Shorea robusta

The resin obtained from the plant is considered as astringent and detergent and is used in dysentery and for fumigating the rooms of sicks. Its resin with honey or sugar is given in dysentery and bleeding piles. This is also given in gonorrhoea and for weak digestion. Its bark decoction is used as drops in ear problems. Besides, its fruits are also used in diarrhoea.

Sphaeranthus indicus

Useful in liver and gastric disorders (plant juice); in chest-pains, cough, and piles (root decoction); for skin diseases and as a nerve tonic (powdered leaves); Anthelmintic (seed and root); to treat diabetes (flower).

Terminalia arjuna

As a tonic (fruit); treating people with high levels of blood triglycerides and cholesterol, to treat heart diseases, consumption, spermaturia, skin diseases, fracture, intrinsic haemorrhage, wounds, piles, diarrhoea and as a liver tonic (bark).

Terminalia bellerica

In dropsy, piles and diarrhea; in cases of myopia, corneal opacity, pterigium, immature cataract, chronic and acute infective conditions; as a tonic to brain and stomach.

Terminalia chebula

Stomach problems, tooth decay, hemorrhoids, external wounds, ulcers, scalds, inflammation of the mouth mucosa, increases the secretion of gastric juices (fruit); in asthma, sore throat, vomiting, sore eyes, heart diseases, hiccups, indigestion, constipation etc.

Thespesia populnea

Scabies (fruit, root and leaf); migraine and insect bites (fruit); dysentery (bark powder); for the treatment of skin diseases such as eczema, scabies, psoriasis, ringworm and guinea worm (bark, leaves, flowers and fruits); for treatment of dysentery, piles and diabetes (plant); as an external wash in the treatment of skin diseases (bark decoction); to relieve inflamed and swollen joints (leaf as poultice).

Woodfordia floribunda

For diarrhea, dysentery, fever, headache, hemorrhoids, herpes, internal hemorrhage, leukorrhea, liver disorders, menorrhagia, ulcers, wounds.

Wrightia tinctoria

In hemorrhoids and skin disorders (such as psoriasis) (bark); dysentery (seed); dermatitis. It is effective in psoriasis and nonspecific dermatitis. The leaves are used in various skin disorders including herpes. It has antidandruff activity and is used in the treatment of various scalp and skin disorders.

Xylia xylocarpa

For vomiting, swellings, gonorrhoea, diarrhoea and ulcers (bark powder); in rheumatism, leprosy, piles, and ulcers (seed oil)




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