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Tuesday, 3 December 2013

Duodenitis Treatment In Herbal medicine perspective

Duodenitis is defined as a condition of inflammation in the lining of the duodenum, the first section of the small intestine. 
In herbal medicine perspective
1. Herbal combination of Symphitum officinalis and Calendula officinalis
In a study of a total of 170 patients were treated--137 only with the herb combination of Symphitum officinalis and Calendula officinalis of (78 with duodenal ulcer and 59 with gastroduodenitis), 33--with the herb combination together with antacid (21 with duodenal ulcer and 12 with gastroduodenitis), Dr. Chakŭrski I and the team found that the spontaneous pains disappeared in 90 per cent of the patients--in the group with and in the group without antacid, the dyspeptic complaints faded in over 85 per cent but in the patients, treated with herbs and antacid the mentioned complaints disappeared several days earlier. The palpitation pains, in both groups, disappeared in more than 90 per cent of the patients within the same time. Gastric acidity, in both groups, showed a statistically insignificant tendency to decrease prior and post treatment. The gastroscopically control revealed that the ulcer niche, in both groups, was healed in almost the same percentage of the patients(42)

2. Suggested Starting Formula(43)
Aloe vera juice 70 wt%
Cabbage juice 20 wt%
Honey 10 wt%
Dosage: 3 times a day before meal 

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(42) http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/7336704