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by on November 25, 2019
Diverticulitis is a condition in which the pouches are formed towards the ending of the large intestine. The walls of your large intestine consist of four layers, such as mucosa, submucosa, muscular layer, and outer serosa. The exact causes of this disease are unknown, but it is often associated with low fiber diet, constipation, and strained bowel movements.
The strained bowel movements due to constipation put pressure on the walls of your large intestine. Prolonged pressure leads the mucosa and submucosa layers of the intestine walls to constrict through the lower weaker layers creating a diverticulum or small pouches. When these pouches get inflamed, diverticulitis condition is developed.
Some symptoms of these conditions are abdominal pain in the lower-left area, diarrhea, fever, constipation, decrease in appetite. Diverticulitis accumulates pus in the pouches, which, if not treated, can lead to significant swelling or discharge of pus in your abdomen. It is a severe condition requiring medical attention. This condition is called severe Diverticulitis.
Essential oils are natural medicines for the initial stages of Diverticulitis. The regular use of these oils helps in the effective treatment of this condition. Not only Diverticulitis, but these oils are also useful in treating different digestive disorders such as diarrhea, stomach cramps, stomach infections, etc. Let’s discuss them in detail.
Peppermint oil
Peppermint oil has the most effective action on the bowel. It imparts a calming effect on your gut, colon, and small intestines. This helps in relieving constipation, diarrhea, diverticulitis pain, and stimulates the contraction of your colon.
This oil has anti-fungal, antibacterial, and antiviral properties which impart cooling effect when rubbed on your stomach. Make sure you dilute it with carrier oils such as coconut oil, olive oil, etc. Use it 2 to 3 times a day.
Rosemary oil
Rosemary oil has anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, antibacterial, antiviral, and digestive stimulant properties. It has many positive effects on your intestines, such as fighting off different infections in your intestines and diarrhea. It is effective in relieving pains and other discomforts caused due to Diverticulitis.
You can either inhale or apply it to your stomach. For inhaling, use diffusers in your room, adding this oil. For applying dilute it with different carrier oils and then massage it thrice a day. If any skin allergies persist, consult your doctor.
Cinnamon oil
Cinnamon oil also has antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, anthelminthic, and carminative properties. It helps in relieving abdominal distension and bloating of your stomach. The carminative property of this oil helps in getting rid of gas from your stomach. Diverticulitis is the inflammatory condition that is also relieved by this oil if you regularly massage with it.
Dilute it with the carrier oils before massaging. Massage it thrice a day.
Clove oil
Clove oil has anti-helminthic, carminative, antimicrobial, and anti-inflammatory properties. It has a good impact on the lining of your stomach. It smoothens it, which provides relief from gastroenteritis. Apart from this, it also provides comfort from gas, bloating, spasms, and diarrhea. These are the primary causes of strain in the bowel movements, which results in Diverticulitis.
Either you can massage this oil by diluting it, or you can inhale its fragrance with the help of diffusers.
Chamomile oil
Chamomile oil has antimicrobial, carminative, and anti-inflammatory properties. It helps in getting rid of different intestinal infections and imparts regular bowel movements. It also helps in getting rid of inflammation on the colon due to Diverticulitis.
Dilute it with a carrier oil and massage it thrice a day in your stomach and abdominal area.
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