An intestinal diverticulum is a pocket-like protrusion of the intestinal wall in which food debris accumulates. Diverticula are often found by chance, during examination of the intestine for other reasons, or in the event of a violation of its emptying. Treatment of the diverticulum is predominantly conservative, including adherence to a sparing diet, periodic lavage of the esophagus with warm mineral water, measures to facilitate timely bowel movement. If pain occurs, you can take no-shpa, pentalgin or revalgin tablets.
- - bran;
- - apples;
- - pectins;
- - roots of fresh beets;
- - White cabbage;
- - flaxseed;
- - unrefined vegetable oil;
- - medicinal chamomile.
Take plant fiber to get rid of diverticulum. Start your treatment with 1 to 2 teaspoons of bran infused with 100 ml of hot water. Add a tablespoon of the cooked mass to any meals you eat throughout the day. Gradually increase the dose taken to 9-10 tablespoons per day. Bran, increasing in volume, perfectly stimulates peristalsis, in a timely manner promoting feces in the large intestine. The course of admission is 4-6 months.
Also take pectins, which are found in large quantities in apples, and are also sold ready-made in the pharmacy with various fillings (beetroot, pumpkin, banana, etc.).
Make vegetable pomace from beets or cabbage. To prepare it, pass raw beetroot or cabbage through a vegetable cutter and, squeezing the juice from the crushed mass, roll small balls (no more than hazelnuts) from plant residues. After drying in the oven, take the balls 5-8 pieces three times a day 15-20 minutes before meals with a glass of water. The course of admission is 4-6 months.
Prepare flaxseed oil. To prepare it, take 100 grams of flaxseed and, crushing it to a powdery state on a coffee grinder, pour half a liter of unrefined sunflower oil. After insisting 3 weeks in a dark place, take a teaspoon of oil along with flaxseed thickening. The course of treatment is 4-5 months.