Stomach Ulcers Treatment
Healing Ulcers Naturally

For your stomach ulcers treatment you can start with a simple test to determine if your problem is caused by an over production of stomach acid.

When you feel the pain, take one tablespoon of unpasteurized apple cider vinegar. If it makes the symptoms worse you may have an overly acidic stomach. Other factors can play a role in the results such as how well your liver is functioning, etc.

See causes of ulcers to find all possible causes of stomach ulcers to better determine the best stomach ulcer treatment for you.

Symptoms of ulcers

Symptoms include chronic burning, or stomach pain that usually begins 45 to 60 minutes after eating or at night. Symptoms may be alleviated by taking ant-acids, drinking a large glass of water, eating or vomiting. It is important to note that taking ant-acids will simply cover up the symptoms but do nothing to determine and help cure the cause of ulcers.

Natural treament for ulcers

  • High quality aloe vera juice after each meal
  • Dry brush the skin with a natural vegetable fiber dry brush
  • Get plenty of rest
  • De-Stress and learn how to better manage stress
  • A natural antibiotic to work against the h. pylori bacteria
  • Vitamin A and D
  • Vitamin B complex
  • Alfalfa supplement
  • Omega 3
  • Calming herbs such as chamomile
  • Avoid painkillers such as aspirin

Antacids are often recommended for people with ulcers. If you must take ant acids make sure that they don't contain aluminum, which is linked to Alzheimer's.

For quick relief of pain drink a large glass of water, this will dilute the stomach acids and flush them out of the body. 
Ensure that you chew your food thoroughly.
Do not drink icy cold drinks or very hot beverages as they are a shock to the system. 
Keep the colon clean and avoid constipation

Acid reflux and ulcers have similar symptoms, although acid reflux is less serious.

Follow a diet for ulcers. And book an online consultation to get your personalized natural cure for ulcers. 

Balch, A. Phyllis. CNC Prescription for Nutritional Healing, Fourth Edition (New York: Penguin Group, 2006) 616-620.