So, which one should you buy to treat your hemorrhoids? Whats the best for your hemorrhoids?
The best hemorrhoids treatment is the one that meets your needs best. That may not be exactly what you want to hear, but that’s why I researched several different hemorrhoid treatments, did some tests, and can tell you they are good. So, if you check these alternative hemorrhoid treatments out, you will be chosing from amongst the besst, the ones that really do work, and can expect good results with any of them, so you can rest easy with your final decision – just make sure you adhere to all safety directions, that you find here and or in the company warnings.
So no more hemorrhoid bleeding caused by hard stools scratching the hemorrhoids. No more straining to push stools out – and that straining causes hemorrhoids, and causes them to get bigger and the symptoms to get worse. Just chose the one that suits you and matches your symptoms. It’s actually quite easy.
AND think about that lovely guarantee that protects your wallet from excessive loss.
With these products, you have so little to lose, so much to gain: Relief from pain, itchiness, soreness and all those other discomforts that hemorrhoids cause. And then, when you get these hemorrhoid nasties under control, your mood improves, and you can get along better with those around you, fellow employees, employer, friends, your children and your loved ones. It’s a great little investment. Just click on the product you are interested in, and away you go.
Why are some popular hemorrhoids treatments not listed here?
NOT as safe. For example, one popular hemorrhoids medicine contains the herb “witch hazel”. Now witch hazel is good for hemorrhoids, if applied externally, to external hemorrhoids, but this hemorrhoid medicine is taken by mouth, which means the witch hazel enters your digestive tract. Witch hazel according to my authority herbal texts, is not meant to be taken internally, and can cause nausea, vomiting and constipation. As constipation is reknowned for causing hemorrhoids, people taking this herbal hemorrhoid medicine may actually be making their hemorrhoids much worse.
One reader pointed out to me that the Venapro spray contains witch hazel. Although the homeopathic spray contains witch hazel, homeopathic sprays concentrations of active ingredients are extraodinarily low, in line with the theory that suggests it’s use. Even if the full amount of the witch hazel dose in the spray were to enter the intestinal tract, it is so low in concentration as to be of no consequence to the intestinal tract.
Products with aloe vera in them, are particularly reknowned for causing bowel dependence – is believed to destroy the nerve endings in the colon, making the colon more and more prone to constipation, and constipation is again a leading cause of hemorrhoids.
DIsmal customer service. I recently deleted a hemorrhoid treatment from our ‘approved’ products list, because their customer service was absolutely dismal – I phoned them, emailed them, submitted online requests, and in spite of assurance they would phone me back, no one ever phoned – I didn’t like being treated like that, so I don’t believe you would either.