I have a question for you. Can I take calendula Tea for Diverticulitis problems? or give me your best advice.
Calendula is a wonderful herb and can be used topically or
internally to promote the healing and soothing of tissues. It is thought to have mild anti-inflammatory
properties and has been known to be helpful for gastrointestinal
complaints. For these reasons I think it
would be a great idea for diverticulitis.
The best way to address diverticulitis is to prevent it from
happening. Making sure you take adequate
fiber and water in your diet is so important in prevention. Adding a gentle fiber supplement with plenty
of water and making sure you have easy, regular bowel movements daily can be a
significant step to preventing further attacks.
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