Aromatherapy: The essential oils of marjoram and lemon massaged over the pancreas and lower abdomen can help relieve pain.
Diet: During an attack of acute pancreatitis, fasting from all foods and fluids except pure filtered water is recommended. Then follow a diet that emphasizes foods high in complex carbohydrates and fiber, such as whole grains, legumes, and vegetables, along with small amounts of fruit. Avoid all sugars, caffeine, and alcohol.Cleansing and Detoxification...
Herbs: A tea made from milk thistle, fringetree bark, and balmony, and milk thistle can help ease liver and gallbladder problems associated with pancreatitis.
Hydrotherapy: Contrast therapy of hot and cold packs can help ease the pain caused by pancreatitis.
Juice Therapy: Carrot, Jerusalem artichoke, beet and garlic juice, combined with an equal amount of pure filter water can help relieve painful symptoms of acute pancreatitis.
Lifestyle: Exercise regularly as this helps stabilize blood sugar levels, easing the burden on the pancreas.
Nutritional Supplementation: Useful nutrients for helping to prevent pancreatitis include chromium, pancreatin enzymes with meals, pancreas glandulars, lipotropic factors, vitamin B complex, vitamin B3 (niacin), pantothenic acid, vitamin C, L-phenylalanine, acidophilus, magnesium, multiminerals, and liquid chlorophyll.
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