RELIEF FROM PAINFUL ANAL FISSURES
"Kristina, words can hardly express my gratitude for you and your website during this past week! I was recently diagnosed with a large anal fissure after 30+ days of pain (and misdiagnosis and treatment for something I didn't have).
Once diagnosed, I thought I would get relief from traditional/conventional medicine, but I was highly mistaken! I learned from you (and your website) what not
to eat in order to start the healing process. I also ordered the essential oil blend specifically designed to heal a fissure
, the suppository tray, the salve, the coconut oil, and the magnesium.
The key to relieving my agony was your products and diet recommendations
! I have never experienced so much pain in my life. Thanks to you, I am back to work today and on the road to healing! I really feel you were a godsend to me!" ~ In gratitude, GS
Anal fissures are tears in the anal canal, usually caused by overstretching the anus. Anal fissures can also be caused by irritable bowel, Candida albicans, chronic diarrhea, hemorrhoids, or any other biochemical imbalance that leaves the anus inflamed. Fissures occur in both men and women and at all ages. The prime symptom of an anal fissure is pain, which is often extreme. This pain occurs during, and for minutes to hours after, defecation. Bright red blood is also a common symptom of anal fissures.
Many people find it hard to heal from anal fissures and are faced with surgery. In my professional experience, I have found that anal fissures can always heal without surgery. By following a meticulous regimen of bowel habits and dietary changes, you can heal.