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The Best Natural Remedy for Stomach Ulcer

Updated on September 27, 2015

Three years ago I went through stomach endoscopy check in one of the prestigious hospitals of the country. I tell you, its the worst thing I've experienced in the hospital in my entire life that I really wish it never went that far.

I was diagnosed with acute gastritis and gladly never have a serious complication, stomach ulcer. There's a reddish mosquito like bite in my stomach, that's how the doctor describe it to me. The doctor also said, good thing you've decided to visit the hospital before it gets worst to become a peptic ulcer. I really don't have any idea of that not until the doctor explains it to me.

I was prescribed with couple of medications to be taken, the antibiotics for 7 days while the other medications for 30 days. Those 7 days medications are not just any ordinary medications, they are 500mg antibiotic taken twice in the morning and before bedtime. Other than that, is Clarythromycin which makes your lips taste bitter after an hour taken.

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One month after medication, I was cured, but a few weeks later I had Acid Reflux Disease due to over eating and alcohol intake. But this has been better when I started taking Apple Cider Vinegar.

Nevertheless, I've heard a lot of stories and even testimonies from the person itself suffering from stomach ulcer which is much worst than an acute gastritis because person with ulcer can't hardly eat even in very small amounts. They vomit a lot too.

One testimony goes to my previous workmate who have been diagnose for stomach ulcer and the other one is from a recent friend who have been my table tennis opponent. The reason why they've mention their experiences to me because I've talk about them why I loss so much weight due to an acute gastritis. I'm from 140lbs to 118lbs and I'm 27 yrs old.

I was curious about how they get cured and I was expecting that they must have taken bunch of medicine tablets but I was wrong. Both of the guys have taken and cured their stomach ulcer naturally by certain well known herbal medicine. Well for me, I am a huge believer of herbal medicine, in fact I could testify because I myself have cured my Shingles or herpes zoster rushes by an Aloe Vera leaves.


Pure Moringa juice can cure Peptic Ulcer

We call it, Kamungay or Malungay here in the Philippines. It is grows on hot tropical climates. Moringa is known all over the world because of its healing properties, nutritional value and energy booster of the human body. It contains a bunch of health benefits that our body needs. Other than packed with nutrients, Moringa contains healing properties for skin disorder, inflammation, reduction of arthritis pain, control blood sugar level for diabetes, immune system booster, control migraines and even heal stomach disorder most specifically people suffering with ulcers.

How to Prepare Moringa to Treat Ulcer

Now that you know some of the health and healing benefits of Moringa or Malungay, you'll probably ask on how to prepare it when use to treat ulcer.

What you need is a mortar, the bigger the better because you need to extract the juice of the leaves and drink haft of glass of it every morning before breakfast. If you don't have this, you can try the alternative by using a kitchen blender then drink the juice.

Here's how to prepare the fresh Moringa Juice:

1. Gather a handful of Moringa leaves and remove it from its twig. Take a look of the pictures below.

Moringa leaves remove from its twig branch
Moringa leaves remove from its twig branch

2. Wash the leaves in a clean water to remove the dirts. The patiently you wash it, the better.

3. Place the Moringa leaves onto the mortar then start hammering and squeezing the juice out of the leaves. It takes a little patience to do this. Take a look at the picture. I used a small mortar available which had taken me quite some time before I extracted the juice. See the pictures below

Preparing moringa juice
Preparing moringa juice
Filling the glass with Moringa Juice
Filling the glass with Moringa Juice

4. Pour the extracted juice to fill half onto a clean glass. You may add gradually on each day.

5. Drink the juice quickly, don't gargle or drinking it slowly because it taste bitter which you may not like it.

You'll feel a little burning sensation in your stomach but that is absolutely normal. Don't eat for about 30 minutes as to let the medicine takes effect.

Repeat this from 3 to 5 days and observed how your body is healing. I hope this article has help you. Please don't hesitate to comment.

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      Franca. 

      3 years ago

      My own ulcer was caused as a result of something hot which scratched my stomach and all the time I feel that I have a fresh wound in my stomach. Though I've gone for x-ray and endoscopy, it was confirmed but not for surgery. Now i 've taken the moringa juice this morning and the hot sensation is there and running stomach plus some otheh discomfort like throwing etc. Is it normal? Even the pain is becoming sevier. Am I safe?.

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      Lisa Dejaro 

      3 years ago

      Thank you so much for sharing this information. I really like to learn more about herbs and its medicinal properties. I would like to share also to all this amazing ebook that contain about 215+ natural home remedies. It contains a lot of information about herbs.

      http://bit.ly/naturalroots

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      Tommy 

      3 years ago

      Moringa could safe million South Africans if is avaialbility can become accessible to everyone.Is it possible therefore that Mavis Mathabatha be given a show on the radio or tv channel to share this God send miracle tree with everyone interested.A million of SA's nutrition and health sufficience can be boasted by this miracle tree/plant.

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      Mohamed 

      3 years ago

      herb was my first entry to Weekend Herb Blogging. We usually use it for ckoiong by tying it into a knot and added to soups. Exposure to people from other Southeast Asian countries however have expanded

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      PraveenMax 

      5 years ago

      Today i have taken this moringa leaves juice for my gastric ulcer. For the first few mins, I felt like vomiting and then a burning sensation( not severe like ulcer pain) in stomach. The burning effect persisted for 1 hour which is the effect of healing I suppose. Will update here later...

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      babybrownfox 

      6 years ago

      Try this and you'll feel much better.

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      ghdddd 

      6 years ago

      hellow is it true? i have a gastritis and i suffer for 2 weeks untel now i only take ranitidine.but until now i suffer yet

    • babybrownfox profile imageAUTHOR

      babybrownfox 

      6 years ago

      Please ask your doctor about this if it will have any effect with other medication that your taking.

    • babybrownfox profile imageAUTHOR

      babybrownfox 

      6 years ago

      Thank you for dropping by. Yes I will check on your hub later on.

    • babybrownfox profile imageAUTHOR

      babybrownfox 

      6 years ago

      Yes you may take it first thing in the morning before breakfast.

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      Ugo 

      6 years ago

      Can I take it while taking my medications from hospital?

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      NP.QUEEN 

      6 years ago from Dubai

      Hi

      Very informative and useful hub.Thank you for sharing.Try to go through my hubs.Now i am following you.

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      tcher carla 

      6 years ago

      is it safe to drink that even without taking any food? thanks!! :)

    • babybrownfox profile imageAUTHOR

      babybrownfox 

      7 years ago

      @Diva, thank you for sharing your information but I don't think its available in my place. I never heard of that in here. Will try to ask a few folks in here. Thank you and have a great day.

      @Hyphenbird, you are whole heartedly welcome. Have a great day.

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      Brenda Barnes 

      7 years ago from America-Broken But Still Beautiful

      Thanks for this great information.

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      Whole-isticDiva 

      7 years ago from NY, NY

      Slippery Elm powder is also great for soothing stomach ulcers. Actually, it's great for anything spanning the entire digestive tract. I also give it to my dog when she is experiencing tummy or digestive troubles and it stops it right away. Just mix 1 tsp into 1 cup of near boiling water, let it thicken a bit, and sip away. I am using now for my sore throat and cough (another great use).

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