Did You Know That You Can Get Rid Of Ulcers In Only 7 Days ?

The pomegranate bark will help you treat all stomach infections and will also help you relieve the intestinal torment. All you have to do is dry the pomegranate bark and store it in your home pharmacy.

Did You Know That You Can Get Rid Of Ulcers In Only 7 Days

This recipe will also help you treat cholera, appendicitis (without surgery), diarrhea and dysentery.

The ratio between the dry pomegranate bark and the boiling water needs to be 1:20. In a preheated hot cup or glass you need to put 10-12 grams of dried pomegranate bark and pour 200 ml of boiling water over them. Now cover the cup with a saucer. Let it stay like that for 25-30 minutes. After that you can drink it. Just remember to throw away the bark before you drink the mixture.

You can use this tea to treat gastric ulcer, ulcers of the small intestine, colitis (inflammation of the colon), bowel dysbacteriosis and many other diseases. However in order to achieve the wanted results, you need to follow the procedure of consuming this tea.

As we already told you, after 25-30 minutes, you can drink this tea. During the day you need to drink half of this mixture, which means you need to drink 90-100ml of this tea. You also need to split the amount you need to drink into 4 approximately equal portions, which means that one portion should be 20-25 ml, and you need to drink this portions at approximately equal intervals. Start with consuming one of the portions in the morning on an empty stomach, after waking up, and you need to consume the fourth, last portion before going to bed.

You need to drink this tea every other day, following the scheme – 1, 3, 5, 7…! This amount should be enough for a complete recovery.

If you want to continue with the treatment, in order to be sure that the stomach ulcers are 100% cured, first you need to make a 7 days break and then you can repeat the treatment. You need to remember that during the treatment –you must not drink alcohol.

Source: Top Healthy Life

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