Herbal therapy

Psyllium seed—9 to 30 g, solidifies stool.

Blackberry, raspberry, bilberry—tea or tincture, one cup every 2 to 4 hours, contains tannins that have an astringent or binding effect on the mucous membranes of the intestinal walls reducing inflammation. Aloe vera—soothes inflamed intestines. Goldenseal—has antimicrobial properties.

Carob—powder, mix 1 T with applesauce and take on empty stomach, contains tannins that have a binding effect on mucous membranes; for children and adults. Chamomile—2 to 3 g powder or 3 to 5 ml extract three times daily, reduces cramps, irritation, and inflammation.

Marshmallow, slippery elm—mucilaginous, soothe intestinal tract.

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