Intestinal Wound, Ulcer and Digestive Repair

Intestinal Wound, Ulcer and Digestive Repair

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What is Intestinal Wound Repair?

Get relief from ulcers with this natural remedy. The first sign of ulcers is constant stomach aches and/or pain while eating or immediately following a meal. Certain foods can make ulcers worse. While healing from ulcers it is important to avoid sugar, processed foods, and harmful substances. Ulcer Repair is a ground herb taken to support the repair of ulcers in the digestive tract. 

Start Intestinal Wound Repair if:

  • Have chronic digestion issues
  • Experience stomach corrosion 
  • Experience intestinal wounds
  • Have a history of stomach ulcers
  • Need to repair a stomach ulcer
  • Have stomach pain at mealtime
  • Have pain when eating spicy foods

Try our premade Tummy Honey as well for additional ulcer support.

Detailed instructions will be included with your order. 

ANH Overview: ANH partners with traditional healers in West Africa (Meritah) who have been using these herbal solutions for generations since the dawn of humanity. ANH is an indigenous managed and operated company striving to indigenize and preserve life. 

DisclaimerAnkhkasta Natural Healing draws from generations of indigenous wisdom. Our remedies, rooted in traditional practices, were traditionally administered under the guidance of local healers and priests. They consider both visible and unseen aspects of healing. While individual remedies may yield results, consult our experienced healers for a personalized healing plan and herb recommendations. Learn more about ANH consultations and coaching:  click here or call (737)201-1213.

Our herbs are as unique as nature’s cycles. Harvested in wet or dry seasons, they may vary slightly in appearance. The images provided serve promotional purposes and are general representations of the herbs.

Important Note: Pregnancy, Breastfeeding, and Herbal Cleansing

Pregnant women, those attempting to conceive, or currently breastfeeding individuals should exercise caution when considering herbal cleansing. It is highly advised that individuals in these circumstances consult with a qualified ANH healer or coach before incorporating any cleansing herbs into their routine. Pregnant women are strongly advised against the consumption of cleansing herbs due to their potential effects on pregnancy. Additionally, for breastfeeding individuals, it is recommended to wait until the child is at least 3 months old before considering the use of such herbs.