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Herbal Remedies for Dysentery

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Herbs for Dysentery

Dysentery results in inflammation and ulceration of the lower portion of the bowels. The major symptoms of dysentery are colicky pain in the abdomen followed by diarrhea, pain in the limbs and also fever. The stools contain mostly of mucus and blood. It is also called bloody flux.

Bacillary dysentery has usually a sudden onset whereas amoebic dysentery comes gradually leading to loss of weight and anemia. In acute cases there may be perforation of the intestine and severe hemorrhage. Involvement of the liver generally results chronic amoebic dysentery.

Below are the herbs that are found effective in the treatment of dysentery:



Arjuna - A decoction of the arjuna bark taken in doses of 15 to 30 grams may relieve patients of diarrhea or dysentery. more...

Bael Fruit - The unripe or half-ripe fruit is very effective herbal remedy for chronic dysentery and diarrhea where there is no fever. more...

Banyan - The leaf buds of the banyan tree are used in the treatment of chronic diarrhea and dysentery. more...

Belleric Myroblan - It is extremely useful in stomach disorders such as indigestion, diarrhea and dysentery. more...

Bishop's Weed - It is used in indigenous medicine for the treatment of diarrhea, dysentery, atonic dyspepsia, colic, cholera, flatulence and indigestion. more...

Black Nightshade - An infusion of the black nightshade is useful in dysentery and other stomach ailments. more...

Butea - The gum of the butea is useful in the treatment of diarrhea and dysentery. Its action is however mild, particularly suitable for children and women of delicate disposition. more...

Chebulic Myroblan - It is also an effective herbal remedy for dysentery and chronic diarrhea. Four grams of the pulp of the unripe fruit is given with honey and aromatics such as clove and cinnamon twice a day in the treatment of these diseases. more...

Cumin Seeds - It are very useful in digestion disorders like biliousness, morning sickness, diarrhea, dysentery, indigestion, atonic dyspepsia and flatulent colic. more...

Curry Leaves - Tender curry leaves are useful in diarrhea, dysentery and piles. They should be taken, mixed with honey. more...

Dill - When dill seeds are sauted in ghee with fenugreek seeds in equal numbers, they will serve a specific medicine for diarrhea and acute bacillary dysentery. more...

Fenugreek - The fenugreek seeds are useful in the treatment of dysentery, diarrhea, colic, flatulence and dyspepsia. more...

Henna - The seeds of the henna plant are effective in the treatment of dysentery. more...

Holy Basil - The seeds of basil are useful in diarrhea, chronic dysentery, habitual constipation, gonorrhea and internal piles. more...

Indian Gooseberry - The dried fruit is useful in diarrhea and dysentery. a drink made from gooseberry, mixed with lemon juice and misri - that is, sugar candy - controls acute bacillary dysentery. more...

Indian Pennywort - The leaves of Indian pennywort are an effective natural remedy in the early stages of dysentery in children. more...

Natural Remedies for Dysentery

Below are the natural remedies that are found useful in the treatment of dysentery:

- The patient should observe complete fast during the period of persistence of diarrhea. Water mixed with lemon or orange juice may be taken. Once the diarrhea is under control, thick buttermilk is of immense benefit.

- So long as the abdominal pain persists, alternate hot and cold applications for about 10 minute three or four times a day is recommended. These applications should be followed by abdominal wet packs.





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