Last Modified on Jun 28, 2015
Natural treatments for ulcers are very effective, ranging from home remedies like cabbage to supplements like licorice. Foods like soothing potato broth are also reported to be very helpful.
What is an Ulcer?
Peptic ulcers are open sores that form along the digestive tract on the esophagus (esophageal ulcers), upper portion of the small intestines (duodenal ulcers), and the stomach (gastric ulcers). They can be very painful and progressively worsen over time. Stress from work or other aspects of life can cause the stomach to over-produce acid, which can wear away at the lining of the digestive tract, but it is now believed that most ulcers are actually caused by bacterial infections (H. pilori) and regular use of medications irritating the stomach lining.
While the number one symptom of ulcers is burning pain caused by stomach acid interacting with the affected area, able to be felt anywhere between the navel and breastbone, other symptoms of ulcers include unexplained weight loss, changes in appetite, dark blood in stools, nausea, and if vomiting red or black blood.
Natural Treatment for Ulcers
Some of the more popular cures for healing this condition include cayenne pepper, apple cider vinegar, cabbage, coconut oil. Additionally, some contributors have reported positive effects using potato broth, turmeric, raw honey, and licorice. Let us know what you try from Earth Clinic to cure your stomach ulcer. Know of a remedy not yet listed here? Please don't hesitate to share your story with us.
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After reading all of these stories I feel so much more hopeful. I have been suffering from ulcer pain for about six months. I have tried omneprazole twice a day as directed by my doctor. After all these months no relief. Although I found out that taking gasX along with it makes it not work. I am just so bloated feeling and have so much burping that I felt I needed it. ANyway I stopped with the gas X when I found it made the omneprazole not work. But still the past few even with taking the medicine correctly I don't feel relief. I started eating only bananas and avacodos two days ago. Along with plenty of water. It seems to have really helped a lot, but I need this ulcer to be gone. I can't take the pain any more. I want to try the ACV and cabbage juice but I am scared. Cabbage seems like it would be one of those vegetables that would bring on bloating which is very painful with the ulcer. Has anyone noticed bloating with the cabbage juice?
Desperate for answers.
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