Cannot Find a Cure for Your Hemorrhoids? I Just May Have One for You
There are dozens of ways to get rid of hemorrhoids out there. Whether you see it on a commercial, a late-night infomercial, or one of the countless locations online, most of these resources will not get rid of hemorrhoids permanently. And that is just it, that is the key to treatment. No one is looking for a temporary treatment. They want to know how to get rid of a hemorrhoid for good.
Of all of those supposed ways to get rid of hemorrhoids, the most sought after is the natural hemorrhoid treatment. You want something soothing and gentle. You do not want any harsh chemicals or anything painful or invasive. The pain and embarrassment of the condition is bad enough as it is. You want something to help you through the situation without any additional, undue discomfort.
Stop wasting money on the “miracle cures” that do nothing. Stop buying the ointments and creams and unguents that are a temporary relief at best. And do not even consider a surgery yet. Instead of finding the cure that requires you to completely change your diet, and your life, that needs you to take a sitz bath three times a day, and perform even more embarrassing treatments in order to get any effect, just head out to the grocery store.
Once there, head to the natural food section, and pick up a jar of coconut oil. Seriously. Get the pure, unadulterated, all natural, organic kind. It may seem a little on the pricey side at first, but you are buying a cure. All it takes is a gentle cotton ball application once out of the shower and once before bed. It should take maybe a week tops. In no time at all you will see a reduction in swelling, a soothing, cooling sensation, until it is completely gone. Continued use of the oil is not even needed.
Once you have finished treatment, the oil can be used for many other things as well. Cooking, baking, oil pulling for your teeth are just a few options. But you can worry about that once you cure yourself of the burden that you have unfortunately been saddled with for too long.