An ulcer is a sore on the skin or mucous membrane that is usually accompanied by disintegration of tissue. If left untreated, ulcers can cause epidermis and subcutaneous fat loss. Ulcers usually heal on their own, while medical treatments are usually aimed at preventing infections or removing excess discharge. However, there’s a certain natural non-invasive remedy that can treat your ulcers without any kind of adverse side-effects – pomegranate bark.
Pomegranate bark has been used as a remedy against diarrhea, dysentery and cholera for a long time. The bark should be consumed in the form of tea and works just as well as conventional treatments. In general, the ratio between pomegranate bark and hot water should be 20:1, although this can be adjusted.
To prepare pomegranate bark tea, put 1-2 pieces of the bark in a bowl, then pour 200 ml. of boiling water over them and cover the bowl or cup. Leave the tea to steep for half an hour, then strain the tea and drink it. This tea is especially effective against gastric ulcers and ulcers in the digestive system, as well as bowel dysbacteriosis and inflammation of the colon.
Drink half of the prepared mixture during the day in 4 equal portions (cups). Drink the tea every 4 hours for example – start with a cup in the morning before breakfast, then have the last before going to bed.
Drink the tea every other day for best results. Regular consumption will heal your digestive ulcers and help you get some much-needed relief. Try the tea yourself and you’ll be amazed by the results!