Herbal Treatment for Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Natural herbs for IBS

Irritable Bowel Syndrome is a gastrointestinal disorder that used to be referred to as Spastic Colon. Many of us do not realize that we suffer from it and hence it may go undiagnosed and without relief even though it can have a major impact on our day to day lives. It effects men, women and children of all ages.

It is important to note that there are treatment options available, of varying effectiveness, to manage your symptoms and live a good quality life, whether you suffer from mild, moderate, or severe symptoms.

There are many different ways of treating and managing it. For centuries, roots, leaves, flowers and berries of plants have been used to treat, relieve and prevent a number of illnesses. There many thousands of medicinal plants and herbs which we use on a daily basis. Many of these can be used to treat different ailments. IBS natural treatment options are already very popular, and growing in popularity by the day as people become more aware of the short- and long-term side effects many drugs can have on them.


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Herbs that may be useful for you

The following herbs may be useful* in relieving some of the symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome:

  • Psyllium - provides abundant soluble fiber, good for treating both constipation & diarrhea. Psyllium may create some gassiness at first.
  • Ginger - can be beneficial to those with IBS. Ginger with some lime after a meal is said to help with bloating.
  • Peppermint - said to calm the muscles in the stomach, intestines and uterus and increase gastric juice production. Mint is said to be anti-bacterial and to help relieve indigestion, stomach cramps, vomiting, gas and diarrhea.
  • Fennel – relieves and prevents bloating, gas, indigestion and stomach aches.
  • Chamomile - used to alleviate gastrointestinal spasms and tension. Chamomile is said to have sedative, anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-peptic properties.
  • Caraway - anti-microbial and has anti-spasmodic effects. It helps in gastric juice production and sooths the muscle in the digestive tract.
  • Anise - -spasmodic and an anti-fungal. It helps in production of gastric juices, and relieves nausea, intestinal gas, bloating, and cramps. Anise are small black seeds and often taken with tea and can be chewed as well.
  • Oregano – is a plant leaf which is said to stimulate gastric juice production, reduce and alleviate bloating, gas, stomach cramps and diarrhea.
  • Alfalfa or Chlorophyll - also helps in treating IBS as it cleanses the colon, which helps with constipation.
  • Dandelion - believed to help with liver and digestive problems.
  • Passion Flower – helps in soothing nerves and relaxes muscles in the bowel.
  • Aloe – a very well-known therapeutic herb. Said to help in digestion and bowel movement.

Most of these herbs can be found at food and holistic stores.

*Please note that the effectiveness of the abovementioned herbs are not endorsed by us, we provide this information as a service only. As in dietary control for improving the symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome, opinions on the effectiveness of the abovementioned herbs vary widely.

Quick, Safe and effective relief

Sukondee offers you quick, safe relief. These natural traditional medicinal herbs will start to release the spasms, trapped gas and associated pain.

Our ibs herbal treatment regulates and strengthens intestinal and bowel functions with use, and is effective for sufferers with diarrhea or constipation.



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