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Natural Pancreatitis Treatment

Pancreatitis is inflammation of Pancreas. Pancreas is the organ which secretes digestive enzyme in gastrointestinal tract and plays vital role in digestion and metabolism.
Pancreatitis is caused mainly due to excessive intake of alcohol, and gall stones. It is characterized by symptoms of abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting. Pancreatitis can lead to severe complications, if left untreated.
There are two types of Pancreatitis 1.Acute and 2.Chronic.
The main causes of Pancreatitis are persistent high alcohol consumption, gall bladder stones, geographic location, especially the tropics.
Allopathic treatments include IV or IM pain killers, Antacids and Antibiotics. However these Allopathic treatments may not treat the root cause of pancreatitis & will have complications and adverse effect.
The resonance homeopathic remedies and advanced biotechnology Pancreatitis therapies like C18 Digestive Formula, C5 Anti Inflammation, SRP Bromelain/ Papain, SP8X+ - Pancreatin 8X Plus , S-EPA - Pro Omega EPA and sarcode formulas like HPND Pancreas are traditionally believed to work together, to heal the disorder at the root level and provide immediate relief, at the same time. They provide sarcode support to the pancreas. The digestive enzymes are traditionally believed to enhance the digestive process and coax the digestive system into optimal functioning.
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