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Stomach Ulcers - Peptic Ulcers

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What Is A Stomach Ulcer?
Causes of Stomach Ulcers
Sign and Symptoms of Peptic ulcers
Diagnosis of Peptic Ulcers
Homeopathic Remedies for Peptic Ulcers
Low Potency Homeopathy for Ulcers
Herbs Used For Ulcers

Foods to Avoid With An Ulcer
Nutrition For Improving Ulcers
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Stomach Ulcers: Natural Remedies That Work

What Is A Stomach Ulcer?

  • Peptic ulcers is a distinct breach in the mucosal lining of the stomach (gastric ulcer) or the first part of the small intestine (duodenal ulcer) and is the result of corrosive effects of acid and pepsin in the stomach.

  • There are open sores or erosions in the mucosal lining of either the duodenum (duodenal ulcers) or the stomach (gastric ulcers). A stomach (peptic) ulcer occurs when there are ulcerations through the epithelial layer of the stomach.

  • This occurs after there is a disrupted balance between acid formation, production of mucus and bicarbonate production in the stomach.  Peptic ulcers are open sores or erosions in the mucosal lining of either the duodenum (duodenal ulcers) or the stomach (gastric ulcers). 

  • This happens due to irritants which may be allergic, chemical or mechanical or drugs, excessive secretion of digestive juice or infection. 

  • Gastric ulcer peaks in the age group of 50-60.

  • The male, female ratio is almost equal. Duodenal ulcer peaks in the age group of 20-50 years. But the male, female ratio is 2:1.

  • Occurrence of peptic ulcer is more common in people who have 'O' blood group.

Types of Stomach Ulcers

  • Gastric ulcer is identified if the stomach is ulcerated.
  • Duodenal ulcer is identified if the duodenum is involved.

Causes of Stomach Ulcers

  • Helicobacter pylori infections account for 90% of duodenal ulcers and 70% of gastric ulcers. It disrupts the mucosal protective barrier of the stomach.
  • Long term use of NSAID's (Non steroidal Anti Inflammatory Drugs such as aspirin, ibuprofen and naproxen), stomach tumors, Crohn's disease, renal failure, COPD, trauma, stress and acute illness.

  • Heredity is particularly connected with duodenal ulcers.
  • Increased hydrochloric acid secretion causes changes in the wall of duodenum and sets the the stage for invasion by H. Pylori.
  • Bad Habits - Smoking cigarettes, drinking alcohol and irregular dietary habits increase the risk of an ulcer.
  • Foods - Spicy and chilly.
  • Infectious diseases which cause increased urea and bacteria level in blood.
  • Long term use of Non Steroidal Anti Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDS) such as aspirin and ibuprofen which damage the gastric mucosal barrier.
  • Mechanical - from a hard food substance or any investigative procedures.
  • Mental and physical stress and strain.
  • Neurological issues
  • Toxicity - Chemicals or decayed foods.
  • Mechanical - Any hard food substance or any investigative procedures.

Diagnosis of Peptic Ulcers and Testing

  • Barium swallow or upper GI and small bowel series may be reveal the presence of the ulcer. This is the initial test performed on a person whose symptoms are not severe.
  • Biopsy can be done through endoscope - to rule out serious disease like cancer and for presence of H. pylori.
  • Blood test for antibodies for H. pylori.
  • Breath Test - Carbon 13 urea breath test results reflect activity of H. pylori.
  • Double contrast barium meal examination.
  • Endoscopy
  • Laboratory analysis may detect occult blood in stools.
  • Serologic testing may diagnose clinical signs of infection such as an elevated white blood cell count
  • Stool test looking for H. pylori.
  • X-Rays of stomach and duodenum.

Sign and Symptoms of Peptic Ulcers

  • Pain in the upper abdomen, sometimes, the lower chest.
  • Pain can be burning, boring, or gnawing
  • Pain lasts 30 minutes to 3 hours.
  • It may be worse before or after eating.
  • It often awakens a person during the night.
  • Pain may come and go; weeks of off and on pain may alternate with short, pain free periods.
  • Appetite loss and weight loss can occur.
  • With duodenal ulcers, there may be weight gain, as person eats more to ease discomfort.
  • Vomiting (sometimes contains blood)
  • Blood in the stool.
  • Anemia
  • Dysphagia
  • Pain on swallowing

Homeopathic Remedies for Peptic Ulcers

  • Acetic Acid
    Burning pains as of an ulcer. Cancer of stomach. Sour eructations. Vomits every kind of food. Heartburn and water brash. Hyperchlorhydria.

  • Alumina phos
    wonderful medicine for peptic ulcer; useful when the person vomits food mixed with blood and is suffering from Tuberculosis of the intestines. Bleeding peptic ulcers.
  • Anacardium
    pain and burning begins 2-3 hours of taking the meals when the stomach is empty. Eating gives relief temporarily. Duodenal ulcer; All gone sensation when stomach is empty, > by eating, during the process of digestion. Apt to choke while eating and drinking. Swallows food and drink hastily. Pain usually two hours after eating, with a dull epigastric pain extending to the back of the trunk. Always better after eating.
  • Arsenicum album
    Lot of burning in the stomach and epigastric regions, worse at night and after eating and drinking. Burning pains in abdomen, burns like fire, as if hot coals were applied to the parts. Vomiting of bile, blood, brown black mucus mixed with blood. Severe, burning pain and exhaustion; pain immediately after eating food and a lack of appetite. Better by heat, hot drinks.  Worse at mid day and mid night. Fastidious person, restless.  Marked  fear of death and dying.
  • Bismuth
    Gastralgia, pain from stomach through to spine. Vomiting of water as soon as it reaches the stomach, food retained longer, of enormous quantities at intervals of several days when food has filled the stomach. Pressure in stomach as from a load in one spot, alternating with burning, pain is crampying spasmodic.

  • Condurango
    Gastric ulcer, carcinoma of stomach. Constant burning pains. Vomiting of food, burning behind sternum, where food seems to stick. Stricture of esophagus. Chronic gastric catarrh.

  • Crotalus Horridus
    Gastric ulcer, cancer of stomach. Vomiting of bloody slimy mucus. Black or coffee ground vomiting. Violent vomiting of food.

  • Graphites
    Duodenal ulcer; Chronic constipation, stool hard knotty with lumps united by mucus threads. Better after eating, drinking hot milk.
  • Grindelia Squarrosa -
    Gastric ulcer, gastric pains associated with splenic congestion. Nausea and retching. Dullness and pain in left hypochondrium. Gastritis with asthmatic symptoms.
  • Hydrastis
    Gastro-duodenal catarrh. Carcinoma of stomach. Ulcerations, profuse discharge of thick yellow stringy mucus.

  • Iodium
    Duodenal ulcer; Empty eructations, as if every particle of food was turned in to air. Constipation > by drinking cold milk. Ravenous hunger. Better while eating or after eating.

  • Kali Bichromicum
    Gastric ulcer; punched out or round ulcer of stomach. Pain in small spots, can be covered with the point of finger; appears and disappears suddenly, rapidly shifting. Pain in the epigastric region. Burning or shooting abdominal pain. Weight in pit of stomach, flatulence, vomiting of stringy, ropy mucus and blood. Loss of appetite. Worse immediately after eating, after midnight.

  • Nux vomica
    Nausea in the morning and after eating. Weight and pain in stomach which is worse some time after eating. Nausea and vomiting, with much retching. Epigastrium bloated, with pressure as of a stone, several hours after eating. Sour, bitter eructations. Persistent irritation in the stomach following heavy meals, the consumption of alcohol, and other stimulants like coffee or tobacco. Ulcers after medications and prescription drugs. Pressure and strange sensations like a tension in the pit of the stomach. Pain can be in the form of a severe sensation between the shoulder-blades. Sensations of heavy pressure in the abdominal region. Burning sensations in the stomach. Feeling of dullness and drowsiness.  Depression and anxiety one or two hours following a heavy meal. Gnawing or cramping sort of ulcer pain that is very persistent. Person is often very irritable. Very driven and critical about things. Suffers from stress and anxiety very intensely. Worsen in the periods immediately following a meal with acids. Worse in morning. Worse with slight physical pressure. Better in general after having passed stool.

  • Phosphorous
    Best selected especially for duodenal ulcers; eating is followed by flatulence. Persistent burning or cutting pain, this seem to extends or radiate out to areas on the back. Pressure and heaviness in the abdominal region. Craves cold drinks, which can lead to bouts of vomiting, even though such drinks often bring some relief from the pain of the ulcers. Better from the symptoms after eating food, but symptoms such as weakness and an empty feeling reappear after the food has been digested. Salivation and the presence of a bitter taste in the mouth. Such patients typically crave foods such that are salty and food items such as ice cream. Fear of serious illness; the person becomes very sensitive and is often sympathetic to others, becoming overly sentimental about things and events. Worse after arm food, in the evening, in the early hours of the morning, and when being touched. Better after cold food and after having eaten, or sleep and rest.

  • Lycopodium
    Useful for peptic ulcers when the person passes wind in both directions along with burning in the esophagus. Incomplete burning eructations rise only to pharynx and burn there for hours. After eating, pressure in stomach, with bitter taste in mouth. Eating even little causes fullness. Immediately after a light meal there is bloating and fullness of stomach. Incomplete burning eructations. Sour eructations. Rolling of flatulence. Food and drink regurgitates through nose. Wakes at night feeling hungry. Right sided complaints. Worse 4 to 8 p.m., right side, heat except throat and stomach.

  • Robinia
    Great medicine for peptic ulcer where there is great acidity. Intensely acrid eructations. Nausea, with sour eructations. Profuse vomiting of an intensely sour fluid; acrid and greenish vomiting. Great distension of stomach and bowels. Flatulent colic. Incarcerated flatus. Sour stools. Acidity in children; child smells sour. Nightly burning pains in stomach with constipation with urgent desire.

Low Potency Homeopathy for Ulcers

  • Argentum Nitricum 6C: For a painful spot on the stomach that radiates to other parts of the Abdomen. There is much belching and anxiety when anticipating events.

  • Kali Bich 6C: For burning pains, limited to a small area, that are worse after eating.

Herbs Used For Ulcers

  • Licorice stimulates the body's defense mechanisms against ulcer formation. Two to four 380 milligram tablets are taken 20 minutes before meals. If possible use the deglycerrhizinated type of licorice. This dosage is continued for 4 months. 

  • Combination of powdered Licorice root, Slippery Elm bark and Marshmallow bark. Combine equal parts of the following herbs. Fill a "00" gelatin capsule with the mixture. Gelatin capsules are available in most health food or vitamin stores. Two capsules 3 times per day are taken before meals.

  • Robert's Formula is an excellent herbal preparation that contains most of the previously mentioned herbs and additional useful ones 2 capsules, 3 to 4 times per day.

Foods to Avoid With An Ulcer

  • Avoid drugs which exacerbate condition: NSAID, aspirin, alcohol, caffeine.

  • Avoid allergens and food intolerances, especially milk, and other irritants such as black pepper and coffee.

  • Avoid  fried and greasy foods, sweet foods and sugar.

Nutrition For Improving Ulcers

  • Eating Principles

    • Frequent small meals are better tolerated

    • Low protein

    • Short alkaline fast for 3 days/Fasting

    • Elimination/rotation diet, rotation diet, rotation diet expanded

  • Duodenal Ulcer

    •  Increasing dietary fiber delays gastric emptying time.

  • Therapeutic Foods

    •  Foods high in Zinc, Vitamins A and E

      • Pureed lima beans, steamed carrots, rice gruel, barley water, okra, goat's milk, potato broth, coconut milk, carob, parsnips (steamed and mashed), dates and whole raw milk, pumpkin, squash, okra, tapioca, barley water, fig, kale.

      • Slippery elm gruel

    • Fresh juices:

      • Cabbage (raw juice): 1 liter per day It appears that glutamine is the specific active ingredient. One study has shown it to be effective alone may stimulate mucus production)

      •  Celery with a little sweet cream

      •  Spinach and grapefruit

      •  1/4 cup raw potato juice on an empty stomach 20-30 minutes before breakfast

      •  Carrot

      •  Carrot and spinach

      •  Carrot, beet, and cucumber

  • Stomach Ulcer "Cocktail": if you want to avoid swallowing pills or taking vitamins the following can be made into a drink:

    • Glutamine powder

    • Cabbage juice

    • Carrot juice (beta carotene)

    • Wild purslane (vitamin E)

    • Swiss Chard (zinc)

    • Cod liver oil and borage oil (vitamin A & PGE1 precursor)

    • The treatment plan for this cocktail is to sip this drink throughout the day so that you have local contact and you have a fresh supply of nutrients going into the gut.

  • Kohlrabi: Take several kohlrabi, peel, slice and place in a glass or ceramic container. Cover with raw honey and allow to soak for several days until kohlrabi becomes soft and the honey has soaked through. Take a piece as often as desired and chew it thorough

  • Cabbage: Take 250 g cabbage and boil until partly cooked, then remove from water. To the broth add a lemon that has been pickled in salt and a little honey. Simmer until the lemon is cooked and drink broth throughout the day for 15-20 days.

  • Tomato, pickled lemon, add honey:  Slice together a tomato and a pickled lemon, add honey and eat a small amount three times daily for 3 weeks

Stomach Ulcers: Natural Remedies That Work
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