Haemorrhoids: Aloe Vera Gel provides immediate relief

Can Aloe Vera treat haemorrhoids?

Haemorrhoids are a very unpleasant and embarrassing problem, which can seriously affect the life of those who have to deal with them. If left untreated, they can develop into even more unpleasant problems, such as phlebitis or rhagades. It is important to try to prevent them by looking after your diet and your lifestyle in general.

To relieve the itching and burning of haemorrhoids naturally, you can take advantage of the beneficial properties of Aloe Vera, which help to provide immediate benefit and speed up the absorption of the wound.

Sollievo Haemorrhoid Relief Gel Bio is an adjuvant for haemorrhoids based on pure Aloe Vera juice. Extracted from organic cultivation (Molise, Italy), is capable of giving a sensation of immediate relief.

Organic Haemorrhoids Gel Relief: the benefits of Aloe Vera

Aloe, the “miracle plant“, has always been known for its beneficial and curative properties.

Thanks to the innumerable nutrients it contains, it performs numerous useful functions for the body and our health. These ‘miraculous’ functions can be enjoyed mainly by extracting the gel or juice directly from the plant. This allows to maintain intact the original characteristics.


There are two ways to use Aloe Vera:

  1. As an external gel, in which case it has a healing function.
  2. As a juice for internal use, in which case its function is as a gastro-protective, antibacterial and laxative.

Among the various beneficial functions that aloe performs for the body is that of relief against haemorrhoids.


Aloe Vera, with anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties, it is suitable for treating and preventing problems such as haemorrhoids.


Let see how Sollievo Organic Haemorrhoid Relief Gel was created.

Firstly, the product owes its effectiveness to a mix of three main elements:

Aloe Vera: its anti-inflammatory, soothing, inflammatory and astringent action is useful for relieving burning and itching

– extracts of horsechestnut, ruscus (butcher’s broom) and Asiatic centella: these relieve pain and improve local blood circulation thanks to their vasoconstrictive and capillary-strengthening properties

Arnica and pure natural Essential Oil of Cypress: these have a pain-relieving and slightly anaesthetic effect, providing immediate relief.

Secondly, the product is free of petrochemical substances, contains no synthetic fragrances or silicones and is 100% vegan as it is not tested on animals. The advice is to apply it to the affected areas, repeating the application several times a day.

As a result, our Organic Haemorrhoids Relief Gel, an adjuvant for haemorrhoids with Organic Aloe Vera. You can find it here.

How to prevent the problem: aloe and haemorrhoids

Prevention for problems such as haemorrhoids is fundamental, especially it is important to use natural products such as aloe. It is the most powerful weapon at our disposal, but unfortunately it is not enough on its own.

Adopting a healthy lifestyle and a correct diet is important to be able to delay the onset of the problem but also to fight it once it has arisen.

We can divide haemorrhoids into:

Internal haemorrhoids: they are located above the sphincters that regulate the opening of the rectum and are only visible during bowel movements, through strong pressure.

External haemorrhoids: these are generally visible from the outside as they are present in the subcutaneous tissue of the sphincters. They appear as small pads. Factors contributing to the inflammation of external haemorrhoids include chronic constipation or an unbalanced diet.

Although treatments and interventions can certainly bring relief to those affected, great care must be taken to maintain regular bowel activity. When having this type of problem, diet is the first aspect to take care of.

Foods to avoid for the prevention of haemorrhoids

The first thing to avoid is without a doubt large binges, which tend to weigh down the intestine.

The foods in question are those rich in fats that cause inflammation of the intestinal walls.

  • Chocolate and sweets
  • Alcohol and fizzy drinks
  • Matured cheeses
  • Hot peppers and spicy sauces.


A valid suggestion for everyone is the consumption of generous portions of fruit and vegetables.

Finally, a natural remedy to help relieve the burning and irritation caused by haemorrhoids, try it and let us know your opinion.

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