Today, you will see how to heal a hernia naturally.
Hernias correspond to the exit of an organ outside the cavity where it is normally found. Hernias generally occur when a portion of the body’s tissue expands or enters a weakened muscle region.
The different types of hernias:
We can classify them into five major groups:
These are the most common hernias and occur in the groin area. An inguinal hernia is more common in men and can sometimes go down to the testicles.
A crural hernia occurs when a portion of the intestine forms a protrusion in the passageway that is normally used by the large blood vessels between the abdomen and the leg.
3-Umbilical and epigastric hernias.
These hernias are very common and, as their name suggests, appear at or above the belly button. Their origin is almost always related to pregnancy or weight gain.
These are hernias that appear on the scars of old operations. In most cases, they develop because of poor healing in the first procedure.
There are many other types of hernias, which are less common, such as para rectal hernias, Spiegel hernias or lumbar hernias. They are usually caused by excessive physical exertion.
Ways on how to heal a hernia naturally
1- Clay, vinegar and cabbage to treat hernias
Clay is very beneficial because, while absorbing water and toxins, it provides a large amount and variety of minerals through the pores of the skin.
Vinegar, especially apple vinegar, is food that regulates pH, activates circulation and reduces inflammation.
Cabbage also has many benefits including its anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties. These will have the effect of helping you to calm many discomforts and inflammations.
5 tablespoons of clay powder (100 g)
2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar (30 ml)
1 glass of water (200 ml)
2 or 3 cabbage leaves
Mix the clay, vinegar and water. Use preferably glass and ceramic utensils and containers, but not plastic or metal to reduce the properties of the clay.
You will get a creamy mass ready for application. If it is too liquid, you can use a little clay. If, on the contrary, it is too solid, you will add a little more water.
When using this remedy, you should scald the cabbage leaves. That is to say that you will introduce a few seconds in boiling water.
Apply this remedy over the entire inflamed area. Then place the hot cabbage leaves on it, being careful not to burn yourself.
Leave on for half an hour or until the clay dries.
You can repeat the application two or three times a day until you notice a noticeable improvement.
2- Turmeric infusion to treat hernias
The turmeric root, thanks to its analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties, is an excellent option for relieving pain and inflammation.
1 tablespoon of turmeric root (15 g)
1 cup of water (250 ml)
➖Heat the water with the turmeric root and bring it to a boil.
➖Wait 3 minutes after boiling begins.
➖Remove from heat and let stand.
➖Drink it while the brew is still hot