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Cure for Pancreatitis

Cure for PancreatitisIs there a Cure?

To begin, there is no complete cure for pancreatitis, but don’t let that stop you from reading. Although there has not been that single cure to fix pancreatitis, there are some common remedies and ideas to help the fight.  Be aware these are not doctor prescribed, but are the findings of people who have found relief from their remedies. Take a look and you just might find something that will make a huge difference in your life.

Remedies and Therapies

Herbal and Vitamins

Below are some home remedies, and even unique herbs, that have been valued by many who have suffered from pancreatitis.  Although most are not common, they’re worth a try if the diet/enzyme attempts have not proven successful on their own.  Some call them their “homemade cure for pancreatitis”.

  • Milk Thistle
  • Dandelion RootCure for Pancreatitis
  • Olive Leafs (anti-inflammatory)
  • Garlic
  • Licorice
  • Curcumin (helps with swelling)
  • Vitamins B3, B5, C, and E

Yoga

Surprising to some, many people have concluded that yoga has become one of the new cures for pancreatitis.  Although it doesn’t involve the intake of anything, it’s claimed that yoga can help decrease stress and anxiety. Along with that, it is also claimed that “the right” yoga position can actually stimulate the pancreas and help it to detox itself.

A Little R & R (Rest and Relaxation)

Some have found that taking some time to give yourself some great sleep and total rest has acted as a simple cure for pancreatitis.  They claim that taking an extended amount of time sleeping and relaxing has helped decrease their symptoms and has made them feel a lot better.

Liquefy and Clear Yourself

Other have taken a little more difficult approach to curing their pancreatitis by fasting for a day or two. The idea is that you give your bowels some time for them to fix themselves without irritating your pancreas for a time.  After you have gone without anything and need to eat or drink, start with only liquids (and if needed small and very simple foods). Do this for a short time and then slowly introduce simple and easy foods that are bland.

Conclusion

These are just a few home remedies and ideas for various ways to help and improve your pancreatitis. To get more, sign up for our popular pancreatitis email course below. You will receive our ebook report right away, as well as advice to decrease pain and help you beat pancreatitis in your inbox every week.

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Comments 5

  1. nancy gilmore

    I received your newsletter today with the tomato soup recipe. I just made it only doubled the recipe since i think my whole family will enjoy. smells delicious. I have only been out of hospital for 3 days and am still kind of tender. So I’m taking it slow… since i have a trip to Palm Springs planned for may 8. Thanks for the support.

  2. Sheila Martin

    Want to ask a question? Is stress related to the attacks? I’ve heard they are but wanted some more liable resource , for I have other sicknesses
    Like urology problems asthma hypertension so I am under a lot of stress.

  3. maria

    i wish someone could help me. i’ve had this 16 years and its affecting me life, my work my relationship. at times, i just want to end it. i feel he is always having a go at me as he claims that i’m not helping myself. i dont drink, i dont eat processed food, i dont have time to exercise (work commitments) and i live on morphine. the items tthat i’m suppose to eat, i really dont like, such brown bread, seeds soya milk. i am italian, i enjoy my pasta, my white bread, my meats, red and white, and i dont like some of the items on the list. i cannot eat raw salad, peppers as i cannot digest it but cooked or with a dressing, i can. but that means oils – so he has a go at me for that. I am at the end of my tether. he says he wants to help but i feel hes overtaking my life with advice, what i can and cannot do. if i dont listen to him, then he switches off and when i am in pain, he does exactly that, doesnt say anything. im probably depressed but not allowed to go onto antidepressants as its putting un-necessary chemicals into my body which is not good – cause and effect.
    i am slowly giving up.

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