Application of STREPTOkill in hemorrhoids
Hemorrhoids can be spread with diluted Streptokill. First spray 1 part of Streptokill into a small glass (20 sprays = approx. 2 ml), then add 3 parts of water (coffee spoon = approx. 6 ml). Then soak a piece of cotton or other tampon in the diluted Streptokill and gently rub across the rectum. If the rectum happens to be damaged to the point where even diluted Streptokill causes you pain, you may dilute in a higher ratio.
On the other hand, if you do not mind the burning sensation, which occurs for a short time after applying Streptokill, it is possible to spray, ie. apply undiluted streptokill directly to the rectum or even inside it using an oral applicator.
It is also possible to apply Streptokill in the form of a sitting bath, when we add Streptokill to the water in a ratio of at least 1: 200, ie. 5 ml of Streptokill (approx. 50 sprays from the oral applicator) per liter of water.
Hemorrhoids are enlarged veins in the area of the anus and lower part of rectum. They can be internal or external. They are an annoying matter, although in the vast majority of cases they are not dangerous.
Many people suffer from hemorrhoids, often people who have a sedentary jobs, obese people, but also pregnant women, this is because of increased pressure on rectal veins and the pelvic area. Another cause can be bad eating habits, when the diet is poor in fiber. Furthermore, diarrhea or constipation are another potential causes. Common symptoms of hemorrhoids are pain or discomfort in the rectal area, itching, occurence of bumps and swelling around the anus, blood in the stool, and bleeding during bowel movements.
In general, when the hemorrhoids are small, everyone can handle it on their own. Either by purchasing medications available over-the-counter (suppositories, creams, ointments), or by bought or home-made natural products.
Other treatments include medical procedures. These are, for example: elastic ligature (tightening of elastic rings around the hemorrhoids), laser therapy, freezing, sclerotherapy (by injecting a special substance directly into the hemorrhoids), infrared light.
A change in lifestyle is often a step good enough to prevent hemorrhoids. Being physically active daily, increasing your fiber intake, reducing alcohol consumption, and staying well hydrated. Avoid prolonged periods od sitting. Keep your stool soft. Do not retain bowl movements nor use to much force, both of which increase your risk of developing hemorrhoids