Believe it or not, there is the best and worst way to deal with hemorrhoids at home with home remedies. Today, we will outline the best and show you how a sitz bath for hemorrhoids is a definite must-have.

The Best Home Remedies

Let's start with the best home remedies for hemorrhoids. However, before trying any of our home remedies, you want to first get a diagnosis from your healthcare professional to ensure there is nothing else more serious happening.

Sitz Bath

A sitz bath is a great way to treat painful hemorrhoids at home. Sitting in the warm water for 10-15 minutes at a time, several times a day can provide you the relief you desperately need. It is also a convenient way to keep the area clean and infection-free.

The Soothic sitz bath for hemorrhoids can be used on any elongated, oval, or round toilet seat. It can even fit most RV camping toilets also. It is a quick and portable option for those suffering from hemorrhoids and is a proven treatment recommended by doctors and nurses.

Aloe Vera

Aloe vera has also been known to help soothe inflammation from hemorrhoids. However, if using aloe vera, be sure it is pure aloe vera and is not mixed with cream or other ingredients.

Epsom Salts

A magnesium sitz bath soak made with pure Australian essential oils is ideal as a hemorrhoidal treatment you can use at home. It contains all-natural ingredients, including rosehip oil, lemongrass, geranium, grapefruit, juniper berry, and lavender essential oils. It can be added to your warm sitz bath for ultimate relief.

Psyllium Husk

Some use a supplement made from psyllium husk to soften stools, making them easier to pass. Upping your fiber intake too quickly can result in cramping and gas, so a supplement like this may be a better option. Also, be sure to drink plenty of water as well and discuss the pros and cons of this supplement with your healthcare provider.

The Worst Home Remedies

Now let's look at some home remedies that should be avoided when you have hemorrhoids.

Apple Cider Vinegar

This home remedy has reportedly helped to reduce itching and pain. However, it can ultimately burn your skin and exacerbate the current problems you are experiencing. So, it is best avoided.

Tea Tree Oil

While tea tree oil may reduce the swelling and itching that accompany hemorrhoids, it is still a home remedy that is best avoided because there aren't many studies proving its overall effectiveness.

When treating hemorrhoids at home, it is best to stick with your sitz bath, warm water, and Epsom salts for immediate relief from the pain and itching this condition causes.


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