Hemorrhoids are very common. According to the Mayo Clinic, about 3 in 4 adults have them. Fortunately, many people can get relief from symptoms with home treatments and lifestyle changes. Some changes such as obesity, exercise and diet regimens can be difficult. However, the subject of home treatments rings a bell…
In 1989 the same ingredients that Tarsul uses were patented for treating hemorrhoids. Absolutely, the best news is that the “…object of the invention [is] to provide an edible [solution]…” In other words, suppository is NOT what we are talking about here! One of the causes of hemorrhoids is diet so it makes perfect sense that a remedy could be taken orally.
There are internal treatments for hemorrhoids such as sucralfate that work on a “topical” level. However, this is kind of a bandaid approach. The drug works by coating hemorrhoids or ulcers, thus “protecting” them from stomach acid or constipated bowel movements. On the other hand Tarsul taken internally affects the gastrointestinal system as a whole. The sulfur and cream of tartar work to balance the gut. It can quickly replace nutrients missing in our western diets which seem to cause so many health problems.
Hemorrhoids aren’t usually life threatening. On the other hand, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Why not use a dietary supplement such as Tarsul to treat the annoyance before it becomes much more? We can’t think of a single reason not to do it. Tarsul is available here in a number of sizes.