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Is Turmeric Good For Piles? | An In-depth Overview

Your presence here clearly shows us that you have piles, but now the question appears Is turmeric good for piles? Well, this is what this article is all about. We will cover all aspects of it in this post, including some other home remedies with turmeric. If that sounds interesting to you, let us begin this article. 

When the veins in and around the anal sphincter become irritated, haemorrhoids form. Unfortunately, they are a relatively common ailment. They may cause painful bowel motions and, in rare circumstances, bleeding if left untreated.

Haemorrhoids are caused by many factors, including a lack of fiber in the diet, sitting on the toilet for an extended period, and straining while having a bowel movement, to mention a few. Natural remedies based on spice turmeric have cured hemorrhoids for hundreds of years.

Check out this great turmeric anti-inflammatory recipe. 

Is turmeric good for piles?

Mix melted coconut oil and turmeric.

Because turmeric has anti-inflammatory effects, the coconut and turmeric combo is potent. Apply it immediately on external haemorrhoids using a cotton ball or tissue.

Turmeric and Petroleum Jelly

Turmeric contains anti-inflammatory qualities that may aid in treating the inflammation that causes haemorrhoids. To prepare a turmeric salve, combine one tablespoon turmeric and one tablespoon petroleum jelly.

After combining the components, apply the resultant ointment to the haemorrhoids before a bowel movement. The turmeric will aid in the repair of any fissures that may have formed as a consequence of the haemorrhoids, and the petroleum jelly will lubricate the rectum and anus, making faeces easier to pass.

Turmeric and Aloe Vera Gel 

Another turmeric-based home treatment combines turmeric and Aloe vera gel. Combine 1/2 tsp turmeric and 1 tbsp.

The gel from aloe vera. Apply the ointment to the anus before retiring to bed after being well blended. Turmeric can aid in the healing of fissures and reduce inflammation, while Aloe vera gel will calm the irritated tissues linked with haemorrhoids.

Turmeric and Ghee

Another turmeric cure for haemorrhoids is turmeric and ghee. Ghee is clarified butter that is used in Pakistan cuisine. It may be found in the ethnic food sections of various supermarkets or at ethnic food shops.

1 tsp ghee and 1/2 tsp turmeric for this home remedy. This combination should be applied to haemorrhoids before going to bed for three nights in a row. The ointment is not to be used for the next two nights. This cycle should be repeated until the haemorrhoids are gone.

Check read this post on how to use food to cure inflammation.


Turmeric can easily stain clothes and skin. Wear your oldest clothes when using these home remedies. Any stains on the skin will disappear within two to three weeks once treatments are discontinued.

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