It is a well-known fact that a large number of diseases of the cavity of the gastrointestinal tract can be perfectly treated with folk remedies. However, to accurately diagnose and determine the correct therapy of enteritis with the help of folk remedies, you should consult with a doctor.
Apples, calendula and chamomile are the best folk remedies and are highly effective in treatment. So, if you eat about 300 grams of fresh grinded apples several times a day, then you will have the opportunity to get rid of chronic enteritis, which is accompanied by diarrhea.
The folk remedy when using calendula is prepared in accordance with this recipe: 10 g of herb flowers should be brewed with 300 ml of boiling water. Insisting should last about 60 minutes. This recipe will help with the removal of the inflammatory process and getting rid of toxic substances. The most beneficial effect has an infusion, which is made from a mixture of chamomile, yarrow and calendula.
When treating enteritis with herbs to relieve the spasmodic sensations of pain in the intestinal area, the following decoction is recommended: 25 g of chamomile flowers should be brewed with 300 ml of boiling water, left for boiling over low heat, where the broth should stand for about 5 minutes. Raw materials must undergo an infusion process of about five hours. To take the tincture, you need 50 ml several times a day, immediately after eating.
Treatment of enteritis with folk remedies
The second place in terms of effectiveness are recipes from plant juices, tansy and strawberry. Folk remedies from plant juices have long been widely used in enteritis. The juice, which is squeezed from plantain leaves, is taken 10 ml several times a day for half an hour before meals, and it needs to be diluted in 50 ml of water. Mixing of juice with honey is allowed. Keep such a folk remedy in a sealed jar in the refrigerator.
For the removal of the inflammatory process with enteritis can help and juice, squeezed from the onions. The use of this folk remedy is carried out 10 ml three times a day immediately before meals.
Infusion of tansy flowers can be prepared in accordance with the calculation of 5 g of raw materials for 300 ml of boiling water. It is accepted up to 6 times a day.
20 g grass strawberries need to brew 250 ml of boiled water, and then leave for further cooking for half an hour, after which the infusion is required to strain and cool. Use of this folk remedy should be done 75 ml three times a day before meals.
It is also permitted in the treatment of enteritis preparation of infusion from strawberry roots. To do this, 25 grams of pre-crushed raw material, you need to pour 550 ml of boiled water, which was previously cooled, then insist for 1/3 days. The infusion must necessarily be filtered. The drug is consumed 125 ml 4 times a day before meals.
Also from the enteritis help medicinal broths from blackberries, bird cherries and cones of alder. To prepare the blackberry infusion, you need 2 parts of the leaves of the blackberry, and one part of the calendula. Both ingredients are mixed.75 g of the resulting plant mixture are brewed in 550 ml of boiling water, and the broth should stand on a water bath for about half an hour. Further the broth is filtered and cooled. The use of folk remedies for the treatment of enteritis is performed within a day for 180 ml.
To prepare a decoction of bird cherry 15 g of fruit are brewed in 350 ml of hot water, after which the container should be closed with a plate and left on a water bath for 1/4 hours, while the solution should not boil. A ready-made folk remedy is required to drain and cool, after which 150 ml is allowed 30 minutes before eating. In addition, the use of fresh fruits of bird cherry is allowed, since they have long been considered an excellent adjuvant for the treatment of enteritis.
To prepare a decoction of alder cones 40 g of female ovaries are taken, and 300 ml of boiled water is brewed, after which it is insisted for at least half an hour. The reception of this folk remedy with enteritis is carried out up to 3 times during the day. It is also allowed to make tinctures from young cones of alder. The process of preparation is as follows: 30 g of raw material is poured into 100 ml of alcohol. The tincture should stand under the closed lid for 3 hours, after which it is allowed to take up to 30 drops several times a day.
Effective therapy of enteritis with the help of folk remedies is possible only if other medical recommendations are observed.