Aloe and sea buckthorn oil: gastroenterologist Lebedeva named nine natural remedies for the treatment of the gastrointestinal tract

Gastroenterologist Dilyara Lebedeva told what natural remedies can be used to treat the gastrointestinal tract. She put flax seeds in first place.

— A decoction of flax not only wraps, but also protects, the doctor wrote in her blog.

Root marshmallow – protects
Aloe – restores and soothes.
Plantain – is a natural antiseptic
Slippery elm – “protects like no other”
Yarrow – strengthens and restores.
Chaga – a powerful immune booster.
Sea buckthorn oil – for those who value softness.< br>Turmeric.

“But let’s be honest: until you eliminate the cause of the problem, even the most powerful herbs will only be temporary help,” the doctor warned.

Note, that self-medication is dangerous; herbs, like pills, should be prescribed by a doctor.

As MedicalForum wrote, you can restore the gastrointestinal mucosa with the help of flax decoction and bone broth.

Gastroenterologist Pomoinetskaya previously gave a recipe for a healthy broth to maintain the gastrointestinal mucosa.

You need to take:

Three kilograms of beef bones, preferably grass-fed and free-range.
Three to four liters of water to cover the bones
One tablespoon of apple cider vinegar
One large carrot
Three stalks of celery
Twenty grams of ginger root
One teaspoon of coriander
Two bay leaves

Rinse the bones, place on baking paper and bake in the oven until golden brown (about an hour at 190 degrees). Next, pour cold water over the bones, add apple cider vinegar, and bring to a boil. Remove the foam, cook over low heat for 20-24 hours. Two hours before the end of cooking, add onions, carrots, celery stalks and spices, and half an hour before the end add bay leaves and salt. Strain the broth and remove the fat. 

Important! Information is provided for reference purposes. Ask a specialist about contraindications and side effects and under no circumstances self-medicate. At the first signs of illness, consult a doctor.

Dilyara Lebedeva Dilyara Lebedeva Medicine gastroenterologist