The stomach ulcer is a sore in the lining of the stomach, the most common cause of stomach ulcers is a bacterium called Helicobacter pylori, although certain medications can also cause this condition. Many herbs may be useful in the treatment of stomach ulcers.
The Geranium maculatum is a perennial plant that grows along Canada, United States, and Europe; the root of the plant is used medicinally to treat stomach ulcers. Geranium is a tonic that helps to calm the inflamed tissues, including the stomach mucosa; it is useful in the treatment of nearly all cases of inflammation and swelling.
The Echinacea angustifolia is a perennial herb native to the Midwestern North America and decreases inflammatory allergic reactions and stimulates gastric healing.
The elm has a flavor similar to maple syrup, is a mucilaginous demulcent diuretic and anti-inflammatory, which helps soothe irritation of the mucous membrane through its gastrointestinal tract. It is particularly useful in the treatment of ulcers and inflammatory conditions.
The Goldenseal or Hydrastis canadensis grows in rich soils, shaded in the northern United States and southern Ontario. The root of the plant is used to help treat many health conditions, including gastric ulcers, can be useful in the treatment of subacute and chronic inflammation of the mucous membranes and chronic ulcers of the gastrointestinal system. The goldenseal is an astringent that helps reduce bleeding liability and is useful in treating the inflamed tissue and congested.
The pregnant women should be especially careful when taking plants, as some herbs can cause complications in pregnancy, it will be essential to consult the doctor.