Natural Treatment For Gastric Ulcer in Nigeria

A gastric ulcer, also known as a peptic ulcer, is a carter-like lesion in the lining of the stomach or small intestine. An ulcer results when the body’s defense of the lining of the stomach cannot secrete sufficient mucus to protect it against the strong acid essential for digestion. When there is not sufficient protection against the effect of digestive acids and enzymes, the stomach essentially starts to digest itself causing ulcers.

It was once thought that ulcers were caused by anxiety and stress, but recent evidence shows that ulcers are actually caused by an infection of the Helicobacter pylori bacteria combined with the presence of stomach acid. Bacteria can be passed from person to person through close physical contact. Stress and anxiety are still considered contributing factor to the development of ulcers. Certain drugs, including aspirin, steroids and some anti-inflammatory medications, can also irritate the stomach and increase the risk for ulcers. Family history of gastric ulcers, alcohol consumption and heavy smoking increases risk. Symptoms of gastric ulcers include chronic burning stomach pain that begins 45 minutes after eating or at night. The pain is usually eased by taking antacids, vomiting or drinking water. Pain ranges in intensity from mild to severe and cause a sufferer to awaken in the night. Other symptoms may include lower back pain, headaches, a choking feeling, itching, nausea and vomiting. Self-Test for Ulcer: When stomach pain appears, swallow a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar or lemon juice. If the pain goes away, too little stomach acid is most likely the problem. If the pain increases, too much stomach acid may be present and gastric ulcers may be the problem.


Fast remedy to treat Gastric Ulcer is our Gastric Ulcer solution kit. This kit is 100% compounded herbal medicines of various types which treat the root cause of Gastric Ulcer.



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