Hemorrhoids are varicose veins of the rectum. They may be inside the rectum, or they may protrude outward through the anus. They most commonly result from constipation or pregnancy, and may also be associated with liver problems.


The most annoying symptom associated with hemorrhoids is pain due to inflammation and swelling. This may range from a mild discomfort with or without itching, pain so severe that sitting or having a bowel movement is excruciating. Hemorrhoids often bleed.


Blood clots may become lodged in the hemorrhoidal veins surrounding the hemorrhoid. The hemorrhoids may ulcerate and bleed profusely. Other possible causes of rectal bleeding should be investigated, including colitis, polyps and tumors.

  • If the main symptom is pain like small sharp sticks in the rectum, consider Aesculus and Collinsonia.
  • If swelling and bleeding are prominent, think first of Hamamelis.
  • If the person is chilly, over stressed, and drinks too much alcohol, consider Nux vomica.
  • In a warm blooded person with lots of the rectal itching and recal spasms, give sulphur.
  • Take a sitz bath. Fill the bathtub with hot water to two inches below the navel. Sit with knees bent. Stay in the tub for five minutes. Then squat in a tub of cold water for one minute. Repeat the cycle to three times.
  • Take 1000 milligrams of bioflavonoids daily to strengthen the capillaries.
  • Keep the rectal area clean.
  • If you are constipated, drink plenty of water and take one tablespoon of bran, flaxseed oil, or psyllium seed one to two times daily until the constipation is relieved.
  • Avoid spicy foods, they may aggravate the hemorrhoids.
  • Get exercise to increase circulation in the pelvic area.
  • Peel a garlic clove, scratch its surface several times and insert in the rectum as a suppository. Remove after eight hours or when the stool is passed.
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