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Sunday, 22 May 2016

How to cure ulcer quickly with home remedy

Ulcer is one of the most painful thing, it causes discomfort to human, it good to inform you that ulcer can be cure with home remedy if it not worse.

here are some home remedy use in curing ulcer.
Before using this home remedy make sure you have see a doctor to confirm that your condition is not critical .

Symptoms of stomach ulcer are


  • dull pain in the stomach.
  • weight loss.
  • not wanting to eat because of pain.
  • nausea or vomiting.
  • bloating.
  • burping or acid reflux.
  • heartburn (burning sensation in the chest)

  • Treatment for peptic ulcers depends on the cause. Treatments can include:
    • Antibiotic medications to kill H. pylori. If H. pylori is found in your digestive tract, your doctor may recommend a combination of antibiotics to kill the bacterium. You'll likely need to take antibiotics for two weeks, as well as additional medications to reduce stomach acid.
    • Medications that block acid production and promote healing. Proton pump inhibitors reduce stomach acid by blocking the action of the parts of cells that produce acid. These drugs include the prescription and over-the-counter medications omeprazole (Prilosec), lansoprazole (Prevacid), rabeprazole (Aciphex), esomeprazole (Nexium) and pantoprazole (Protonix).
      Long-term use of proton pump inhibitors, particularly at high doses, may increase your risk of hip, wrist and spine fracture. Ask your doctor whether a calcium supplement may reduce this risk.
    • Medications to reduce acid production. Acid blockers — also called histamine (H-2) blockers — reduce the amount of stomach acid released into your digestive tract, which relieves ulcer pain and encourages healing.
      Available by prescription or over-the-counter, acid blockers include the medications ranitidine (Zantac), famotidine (Pepcid), cimetidine (Tagamet) and nizatidine (Axid).
    • Antacids that neutralize stomach acid. Your doctor may include an antacid in your drug regimen. Antacids neutralize existing stomach acid and can provide rapid pain relief. Side effects can include constipation or diarrhea, depending on the main ingredients.
      Antacids can provide symptom relief, but generally aren't used to heal your ulcer.
    • Medications that protect the lining of your stomach and small intestine. In some cases, your doctor may prescribe medications called cytoprotective agents that help protect the tissues that line your stomach and small intestine.
      Options include the prescription medications sucralfate (Carafate) and misoprostol (Cytotec). Another nonprescription cytoprotective agent is bismuth subsalicylate (Pepto-Bismol).

    Follow-up after initial treatment

    Treatment for peptic ulcers is often successful, leading to ulcer healing. But if your symptoms are severe or if they continue despite treatment, your doctor may recommend endoscopy to rule out other possible causes for your symptoms.
    If an ulcer is detected during endoscopy, your doctor may recommend another endoscopy after your treatment to make sure your ulcer has healed. Ask your doctor whether you should undergo follow-up tests after your treatment.

    Ulcers that fail to heal

    Peptic ulcers that don't heal with treatment are called refractory ulcers. There are many reasons why an ulcer may fail to heal. These reasons may include:
    • Not taking medications according to directions.
    • The fact that some types of H. pylori are resistant to antibiotics.
    • Regular use of tobacco.
    • Regular use of pain relievers that increase the risk of ulcers.
    Less often, refractory ulcers may be a result of:
    • Extreme overproduction of stomach acid, such as occurs in Zollinger-Ellison syndrome
    • An infection other than H. pylori
    • Stomach cancer
    • Other diseases that may cause ulcer-like sores in the stomach and small intestine, such as Crohn's disease
    Treatment for refractory ulcers generally involves eliminating factors that may interfere with healing, along with using different antibiotics.


    This stuff below will also help you to get rid of ulcer quickly as you follow the above medications.

    1. Cabbage

    Cabbage is a great remedy for a stomach ulcer. Being a lactic acid food, cabbage helps produce an amino acid that stimulates blood flow to the stomach lining. This in turn helps strengthen the stomach lining and heal the ulcer.
    Plus, cabbage contains a good amount of vitamin C, which has been found to be particularly beneficial for patients with H. pylori infections. Also, experiments indicate that fresh carrot juice contains an anti-peptic ulcer factor (vitamin U).
    1. Cut one half of a raw head of cabbage and two carrots into small pieces and put them in a blender to extract the juice.
    2. Drink one-half cup of this juice before each meal and at bedtime.
    3. Repeat daily for a few weeks. Be sure to use fresh juice each time.

    2. Bananas

    For stomach ulcer treatment, both ripe and unripe bananas are very effective. There are certain antibacterial compounds in bananas that inhibit the growth of ulcer-causing H. pylori.
    Bananas also protect the system by wiping out the acidity of gastric juices. This helps reduce inflammation and also strengthens the stomach lining.
    • To treat an ulcer, eat at least three ripe bananas a day. If you do not like eating bananas, you can make banana milkshakes.
    • Alternatively, peel two or three bananas and cut them into thin slices. Put the slices in the sun until they become dry. Grind the dried banana pieces into a fine powder. Mix together two tablespoons of this powder and one tablespoon of honey. Take this mixture three times a day for about a week.

    3. Cayenne Pepper

    Surprisingly, cayenne pepper is another very effective remedy for treating stomach ulcers. According to a review published in Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition, the compound capsaicin present in cayenne pepper inhibits the secretion of stomach acids, boosts the production of alkali, and stimulates mucus secretions and gastric mucosal blood flow, thereby preventing and healing ulcers.
    • Mix one-eighth teaspoon of cayenne pepper in a glass of warm water. Drink it twice a day for the first two to three days. Gradually increase the amount of cayenne pepper up to one-quarter-teaspoon twice daily for the rest of the week.
    • Alternatively, take cayenne capsules that you can buy at health food stores. Take three capsules a day immediately after meals for one week.
    • You can also add a pinch of cayenne pepper to soups, meats and other savory dishes.

    4. Coconut

    Coconut is very good for people suffering from stomach ulcers because of its antibacterial qualities. It kills the bacteria that cause ulcers. Moreover, coconut milk and coconut water have anti-ulcer properties.
    • Drink a few cups of fresh coconut milk or tender coconut water daily. Also, eat the kernel of the tender coconut. Follow this treatment for at least one week to get positive results.
    • Alternatively, take one tablespoon of coconut oil in the morning and another at night for one week. As coconut oil is mainly composed of medium-chain fatty acids, it can be easily digested.

    5. Licorice

    Several studies suggest that licorice works effectively for treating and preventing stomach ulcers. It helps the stomach and intestines produce more protective mucus that forms a coating over the stomach lining. This in turn eases the pain from ulcers and speeds up the healing process.
    • Mix one-half teaspoon of licorice root powder in one cup of water. Cover it and let it sit overnight. The next morning, add one cup of cooked broken white rice (a grade of rice consisting of grains broken during the milling process) into this infusion and eat it. Repeat daily for one week to get positive results.
    • Another option is to drink licorice tea two or three times a day for one week.
    • Alternatively, you can chew and then swallow two or three deglycyrrhizinated licorice (DGL) tablets three times a day for about a week. You can easily find these 380 mg tablets in health food stores.

    6. Fenugreek

    Fenugreek is known for its powerful healing properties and health benefits. You can use it to treat stomach ulcers also. Being rich in a mucilaginous compound, fenugreek protects the stomach’s lining by coating it like mucus, thereby facilitating the process of healing.
    • Boil one teaspoon of fenugreek seeds in two cups of water. Strain and drink it after adding a little honey to it.
    • Another option is to consume one teaspoon of fenugreek seed powder along with milk.
    • Alternatively, you can boil one cup of fenugreek leaves, add a little honey, and eat it twice a day.
    Follow any of these remedies twice daily for about a week

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