What are hemorrhoids?
What do hemorrhoids look like?​
What causes hemorrhoids?
What is the treatment for hemorrhoids?​
How will the BenePura Hemorrhoids Ointments help?

What are hemorrhoids?


Hemorrhoids, also known as piles, are enlarged or swollen and inflamed veins around your anus or in your lower rectum.

In fact, everyone has hemorrhoidal tissue in the form of pillow-like clusters of veins that lie just beneath the mucous membranes lining the lowest part of the rectum and the anus. The condition most of us call hemorrhoids ( or piles ) develops when those veins become dilated and distended.

Hemorrhoids can be either internal or external, depending on where they are formed. The ones remaining inside the rectum can’t be seen from the outside. Rectal bleeding is considered as an indication of internal hemorrhoids. They don’t usually cause any pain unless they protrude through the anus. These, so called prolapsed hemorrhoids, are painful and protrude out of the anus due to weakening of the muscles around it.

External hemorrhoids however are located on the skin around the anus which makes them visible. They are usually very itchy and painful and if a blood clot occurs inside an external hemorrhoid, the discomfort becomes sudden and severe. If these clots don’t disappear on their own, there is no other option than a surgical intervention.

Hemorrhoids affect people of all ages, but are most common for those over the age of 50. If you have chronic constipation or diarrhea, spend a lot of time sitting on the toilet, strain while having bowel movements or are pregnant, you may be more at risk of having hemorrhoids.

What do hemorrhoids look like?


Bright red blood on stool after a bowel movement may be the first symptom for internal hemorrhoids and in this case you should seek doctor’s help.

If you have anal itching and bleeding, one or more tender lumps near your anus, anal ache or pain, you probably have external hemorrhoids, easily treated with natural ointments.

What causes hemorrhoids?


Most common reasons for inflamed and swollen hemorrhoidal tissues are straining during bowel movements, sitting for a long time on the toilet, suffering from constipation or diarrhea, being obese, eating a low-fiber diet, regular heavy lifting or being pregnant.

Hemorrhoids mostly affect people as they age and the main reason is that the tissues that support the veins in the rectum and anus can weaken and stretch. Further issues may occur such as anemia which is a lack of enough healthy red blood cells, caused by chronic blood loss from hemorrhoids. What is more, if the blood flow to an internal hemorrhoid is interrupted, the hemorrhoid is referred to as strangulated. Last but not least, a blood clot can occur in a thrombosed hemorrhoid.

Hemorrhoids are also very common among pregnant women in the third trimester, when the enlarging uterus and growing fetus press on the veins. And while when being pregnant, hemorrhoids usually go away after birth, other hemorrhoidal issues need different treatment, depending on how complicated they are.

What is the treatment for hemorrhoids?

Most hemorrhoids are positively affected after 1 week of at-home treatment, while in more complicated cases medical treatment is needed. There are minimally invasive treatments for internal hemorrhoids such as placement of rubber band ligation, followed by the shrinking of hemorrhoids.

Other options are laser, infrared or bipolar coagulation and sclerotherapy which is the least effective. If these don’t help, a hemorrhoid surgery, which applies to both internal and external hemorrhoids, may be required.

Some symptoms of swollen hemorrhoids may last one week or even longer. In this case, there are several actions to undertake, some of which you can take at home to relieve the pain and itching. For example, adding more fiber such as fruits, vegetables and whole grains and liquids to your diet and sitting in warm water in a bathtub.

As an addition, you can start exercising regularly, which helps stool move through the bowel and also maintain a moderate body weight. In order to avoid the appearance of both internal and external hemorrhoids, it is very important to avoid eating foods with little or no fiber.

Various herbal ointments and suppositories are available for treating hemorrhoids, many of which are over-the-counter medicines and even doctors suggest using them. Tea Tree Oil, Jojoba Oil and White Yarrow are just 3 of the most beneficial ingredients when it comes to treating hemorrhoids effectively. The BenePura Natural Hemorrhoids Ointments combine them all in one topical solution which makes them very effective for and highly recommended by many people around the world.


BenePura Hemorrhoids Ointments


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How will the BenePura USA Hemorrhoids Ointments help?

The BenePura Hemorrhoids Ointments are completely natural ointments that have helped more than 35 000 people from all over the world who have suffered from inflamed and bleeding hemorrhoids.

Our ointments are made from entirely natural herbs from Bulgaria – a country famous worldwide for the quality and medicinal properties of its herbs. Herbs found in Bulgaria are highly concentrated and thus have much more pronounced beneficial effects, making Bulgarian herbal products stronger and more effective than their competitors.

Bulgarians refer to White Yarrow as “remedy for all diseases” best known for its ability to heal bleeding wounds and hemorrhoids but also different types of injuries by directly applying it as a poultice. It is common for many people to chew yarrow leaves which acts favourably on relieving toothache. Combined with Tea Tree Oil – widely used to help shrink hemorrhoids and Jojoba Oil – used for treating hemorrhoids and anal fissures thanks to its non-irritant features, our herbal ointments are the perfect blend of pain-relieving ingredients.

Many users of our BenePura Hemorrhoids Ointments have reported almost immediate positive effects from just a single application when no other topical treatments, drugs or doctor prescribed products have helped them very much if at all. While not everyone can expect immediate relief, our hemorrhoids ointments might be exactly what you have been looking for.


BenePura Hemorrhoids Ointments


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Before using any topical treatment, including our ointment, make sure to perform a patch test for individual intolerance to any of the following ingredients:

Yarrow Ointment:

Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil, Oleum excerptis: Millefolii herba, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Cocos nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Cera alba (Beeswax), Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter); Essential oils: Juniperus Communis fruit oil, Rosmarinus officinalis leaf oil, Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Leaf Oil, Cupressus sempervirens leaf oil

Hemorrelax Ointment:

Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil, Oleum Excerptis: Millefolii Herba (Yarrow), Calendula Officinalis (Calendula) Flower, Folia Cotini (Tetra), Curcuma Longa (Turmeric) Root Powder, Arnica Montana (Arnica) Flower, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Herba Equiseti (Horsetail),  Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Oil, Beeswax, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Oil, Citrus Limon (Lemon) Peel Oil, Mentha Arvensis (Mint) Leaf Oil, Cupressus Sempervirens (Cypress) Leaf Oil. Limonene*, Citral* *Components of essential oils