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Diverticulitis is an inflammation of the internal walls of the intestine. It is mainly characterized by the formation of small, bulging cysts and sacs, called diverticula, that get inflamed and cause the disease.
Thinking about it, we decided to talk about some of the natural medicines that can help with diverticulitis.
To fight diverticulitis and calm the intestine, you can drink some teas that improve digestion and are rich in phytochemicals that act as antioxidants and anti-inflammatories, helping recover the intestinal walls and preventing crisis.
See some teas, supplements, and recipes that you can use to treat this disease:
0:00 Home Remedies for Diverticulitis
0:10 What is Diverticulitis
0:50 Caribbean trumpet tree tea to treat diverticulitis
In a recent video, we talked about the benefits of the Caribbean trumpet tree. It has anti-inflammatory properties and is known for treating infections by stimulating the immune system and fighting bacteria.
1:25 Ginger and Carqueja Tea to Heal Diverticulitis
Ginger improves blood circulation, reduces gastrointestinal symptoms, and calms the intestine, which is good for treating and preventing diverticulitis.
Carqueja improves intestinal transit and reduces gas, which facilitates digestion and prevent the diverticula from getting inflamed.
2:00 Chamomile and Valerian Tea for Diverticulitis Pain Relief
Chamomile calms the intestine and reduces gas, while valerian relaxes the intestine and fights the spasms that cause pain.
2:27 Cat’s Claw Tea To Treat Diverticulitis
In a recent video, we also talked about the benefits of cat’s claw tea. Did you watch it? Cat’s claw tea has a lot of different uses and is good for women’s health!
This tea also helps treat gastritis and diverticulitis, strengthens the immune system, and repairs intestinal cells.
Besides these teas, you should also follow the nutritional orientations for diverticulitis and use the medications recommended by a gastroenterologist.
Try it, then share your opinions with us.
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