It acts on the capillaries of the hemorrhoidal veins, by stimulating the circulation of blood. It helps to improve the blood-flow, reducing the oedema and helping hemorrhoids to retract.
Thanks to its well-known local anesthetic properties, it is very useful against pain caused by hemorrhoids.
Plays a protective action at the level of the microcirculation by decreasing the permeability of venous capillaries and by increasing their resistance also in presence of recurrent proctitis.
It is a plant that grows in Latin America. The inhabitants of these regions have always known the healing properties of Mimosa Tenuiflora against ulcers, burns and wounds that do not heal. Modern studies have shown the ability of this plant’s extract to promote peripheral microcirculation, increasing endothelial resistance and decreasing capillary permeability. It also acts on the ability to form epithelial cells by stimulating their repair. Finally, it inhibits bacterial growth, preserving the lesions from possible infections.
It has a protective and tonifying action on the veins, thanks to the presence of anthocyanins which inhibit the activity of proteolytic enzymes and hence the degradation of collagens and elastic tissues. Moreover, anthocyanins exert a positive effect on the blood vessel wall of the veins.
It has emollient properties and stimulates the formation of collagen and elastic tissues. It also performs a protective action for capillaries and the mucosa involved in anorectal varicose vein syndrome.
Cypress Oil is one of the oils considered most effective in case of haemorrhoids, as it is able to give immediate relief thanks to its anesthetic properties.
It is first of all rich in monoterpenes and biterpenes acids, polyphenols and flavonoids. These substances give the essential oil enormous astringent and vasoconstrictive properties. Furthermore, this essential oil becomes very useful also due to its anti-inflammatory and anti-septic properties.