King the Healer

If you're a fan of plantain, don't bother to look for other crops. This fruit can be used to cure peptic ulcer. However, that can be used as a medicine is an old but not yet ripe fruit.

The trick is, the flesh is thinly sliced then dried by aerating. Once it's dried, ground up into powder.

Plantain contains sitoindosides I, II, III, and IV. However, among the four, the most powerful is sitoindoside IV. The substances are very sensitive to temperature. Therefore, the drying is quite aerated after it's thinly sliced.

In the treatment of gastrointestinal ulcers, plantain flesh has the ability to stimulate the formation of mucus in the digestive tract. As a result, layer of mucus on the surface of the digestive tract is getting thicker. So, the surface of the digestive tract will be protected from stomach acid erosion.

Plantain pulp powder also has the ability to accelerate ulcer healing by influencing the process of tissue cell division in the wound. How it works is clearly better than chemical drugs, kinds of aluminum hydroxide or other antacids, which only works to neutralize hydrogen chloride.

For treatment with plantain, simply provide two tablespoons of this powder. Finely mix the powder with a tablespoon of honey before consumption. Consume the mixture three times a day before meals.

Wound healing in the digestive tract ain't too difficult. With natural ingredients around us, suffering induced by gastric acid can be resolved. It's just that, if you're pregnant or breastfeeding, you'd not treat peptic ulcer with turmeric or gotu kola.

However, your baby will be affected. It's feared to interfere with the development of your baby. However, under normal circumstances, you can still heal digestive tract wounds without worrying about receiving a bad influence.

Good luck.

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